Landmark East School

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Landmark East School
708 Main Street
Wolfville, Nova Scotia, B4P 1G4
School type Independent
Motto Canada's Independent School for Students with Language and Learning Disabilities
Established 1979
Founder Dr. Charles Drake
Headmaster Peter Coll
Staff ~45
Grades 3-12
Enrollment 71

Landmark East is an independent boarding and day school for students with language and learning difficulties, including attention deficit disorder, dyslexia and non-verbal learning disabilities in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. Since 1979 it has helped hundreds of domestic and international students reach their full academic potential. Students benefit from small classes and a student/teacher ratio of 3:1. The Middle School program (grades 6-9) develops skills according to the student’s instructional level. The High School program (grades 10-12) provides university prep courses using adaptive strategies to help students earn a Nova Scotia graduation diploma. The English as a Second Language (ESL) program teaches students who have difficulty with English skills in the areas of reading, writing, spelling, listening, understanding and speaking.

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Coordinates: 45°05′14″N 64°22′46″W / 45.087151°N 64.379442°W / 45.087151; -64.379442