Study Hall

All students in the Landmark East programs participate in a Study Hall at the end of each academic day. The objective of the Study Hall program is to aid each student in acquiring efficient homework and study skills and to encourage each student to utilize these skills in order to gain greater independence and success in completing homework assignments.

The Study Hall program is a  multi-level program. As students demonstrate responsibility and success at each level, they are promoted to a new level which, in turn, fosters even greater independence and responsibility.

  • Level 1 – Closely Supervised Study Hall
  • Level 2 – Supervised Study Hall
  • Level 3 – Guided Study Hall
  • Level 4 – Independent Study Hall


Students are involved with several academic activities during support period each day:

  • remedial help
  • library research
  • computer or related activities
  • independent reading
  • teacher-oriented conceptual activity
  • clubs


Students meet daily with an advisor to support academic, social and emotional needs.

Once a week the group meets for an hour for Successful Me classes for lessons specifically designed to build skills related to self-awareness, proactivity, perseverance, goal-setting, presence and use of effective support systems, and emotional coping strategies Focusing on strategies which foster the development of these critical attributes in youth will help students achieve greater success at school and in life.