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Landmark High School

Overview written by the school: At Landmark, we believe students learn best when they are known well as individuals by caring adults, and when their studies are driven by passion and curiosity. Through the Performance Assessment Consortium, our students do in-depth projects and present them to teachers and other experts as a replacement for Regents exams. This process prepares students well for the demands of college. We are committed to helping students find and develop their passions through a breadth of electives, clubs, and internships. Students earn college credits through College Now and AP classes. Our advisory and restorative justice programs ensure that all students have strong, trusting relationships with adults and peers to support a close-knit community.

School Performance

Graduation Rate: 100% (at the end of the school year before last, the percent of students who graduated "on time" by earning a diploma four years after they entered 9th grade).
Daily Attendance Rate: 100% of the school's students in the school year before last.
Percentage of Students Enough Variety: 100% students feel that this school offers a wide enough variety of programs, classes, and activities to keep them interested in school.
College Career Rate: 100% of students enroll in college or career programs within 6 months.
Percentage of Students Safe: 100% students feel safe in the hallways, bathrooms, locker room and cafeteria. (Student opinions on school safety, as reported on the NYC School Survey.)

Programs offered

Program 1: Landmark High School
Code: M91A
Program description: We are a small, college-preparatory school that offers a challenging academic curriculum with an emphasis on reading, collaboration, and project-based learning. All students have the opportunity to graduate with 13 college credits through our College Now For All initiative. We are part of the NY Consortium, and students present 6 PBATs (performance-based assessment tasks) before a committee in order to graduate. Our advisory program supports a close-knit, positive learning culture.
Interest: Humanities & Interdisciplinary
Method: Ed. Opt.

Seats 9 GE: 79
Grade 9 GE filled flag: N
Grade 9 GE applicants: 459
Grade 9 GE applicants per seat: 6
Seats 9 SWD: 21
Grade 9 SWD filled flag: Y
Grade 9 SWD applicants: 168
Grade 9 SWD applicants per seat: 8

Seats 10: 1
Admissions priority 1: Priority to Manhattan students or residents
Admissions priority 2: Then to New York City residents

Activities

Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular activities and clubs offered by the school that do not fall under one of the Sports categories (PSAL Sports or School Sports): Dance Team, Drumming, Homework Help, LGBT Club, Poetry Club, Chess, Zumba, School Newsletter, Senior Committee, Student Council
PSAL Sports Boys
Male PSAL (Public School Athletics League) sports offered at the school, listed under Extracurricular Activities and Clubs in the HS Directory: Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Soccer, Volleyball, Wrestling
PSAL Sports Girls
Female PSAL (Public School Athletics League) sports offered at the school, listed under Extracurricular Activities and Clubs in the HS Directory: Basketball, Bowling, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball
PSAL Sports Coed
Co-ed PSAL (Public School Athletics League) sports offered at the school, listed under Extracurricular Activities and Clubs in the HS Directory: No data
School Sports
Sports offered by the school outside PSAL (Public School Athletics League): Intramural Sports Softball, Students And Teachers Compete Together On Teams Basketball, Volleyball
Flag for female only school: No data
Flag for male only school: No data

Other info

Total students: 335
Start time: 8:45am
End time: 3:15pm
Grades 2020: 9 to 12
Final grades: 9 to 12

Language classes: American Sign Language, Spanish
Advancedplacement courses: AP Seminar
Additional info: 10th Grade Seats Available,College Trips,Health Center,Internships Available,Online Grading System,Orientation,Summer Internships,Summer Orientation,Weekend Programs
Bbat: 1

School accessibility description: Partially Accessible
Flag for schools that offer 10th grade seats: Y

More info

Borough: M
NTA: Hudson Yards-Chelsea-Flatiron-Union Square
Neighborhood: Chelsea-Union Sq
Campus name: Bayard Rustin Educational Campus
School Number: M440
Shared space: Yes
Community board: 104
Council district: 3
Census tract: 89
BIN: 1013096
BBL: 1007420007

About Landmark High School

Contacts

Address: 351 West 18th Street, Manhattan NY 10011 (40.743407,-74.00254)
Latitude: 40.742867
Longitude: -74.002136
Phone number: 212-647-7410
Fax number: 212-647-7416
School email: [email protected]
Website: https://www.landmarkhs.org/
Subway lines near the school: 1 to 18th St; A, C, E, L to 14th St
Bus lines near the school: M11, M12, M14A, M14D, M20, M23-SBS, M55, M7, X1, X10, X10B, X12, X17

Hotels near Landmark High School

District Borough Number: 
02M419
Academic opportunities: 

Performance-based assessments required for graduation in all core subject areas through NYC Consortium

College Opportunities: College Now For All, Upward Bound, College Trips, Full-Time College Counselor; Partnerships with BMCC, Baruch and John Jay Colleges

Elective courses include American Sign Language, Chess, Photojournalism, Coding (taught by Google professionals), Visual Art, Dance, Music (through Midori), Theater, Creative Writing and Poetry, Spanish Literature, and Video Game production.

SAT Prep offered as elective as well as for free after school and on Saturdays

Extensive clubs and after-school activities: Students need only find 5 other students who share their passion to start a club, with guidance from a faculty sponsor, so Landmark offers different clubs based on student interest each year. In 2019-2020, Clubs included LGBTQ, video gaming, and K-Pop dance. We also have partnerships with Opening Act Theater Club and Learning Partnership SAT prep after school and Saturdays. Landmark has a popular co-ed student-staff softball league each Spring.

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