Frequently Asked Questions
Is there financial assistance for my child to attend your school?
Landmark East School has developed a bursary program, through the generous support of The Johnson Foundation, to assist families who believe in the educational experience provided by the school, but who are unable to meet the full financial commitment.
These limited needs-based bursaries are open to all students. In order to be eligible to apply for a bursary, a student must be accepted into the school, and have the enrolment contract signed and the $2,000 reservation deposit paid.
What is the difference between a visit to Landmark East School and the admissions interview?
A visit is a scheduled meeting of the parents and the Head of School. It is a chance for you to see the campus, have a tour of the school and ask any questions you may have about the school and its programs. You are encouraged to bring your child with you at this time.
An admissions interview is a meeting we arrange after your child’s admissions file is complete and has been reviewed by the Admissions Committee. A diagnostic battery of skills is administered to the student during the interview to help us assess skill levels. Students are also interviewed by the Head of School. If the student has not been to the school before, they are given a tour as well as an opportunity to speak with other students and ask any questions they have about Landmark East and the programs. The admissions interview takes approximately ½ day.
Are there any times when visits or admissions interviews can’t be scheduled?
Yes, there are times during the year when Landmark East School is closed for holidays. The school is closed for three weeks in December for Christmas holidays and one week in March for Spring Break. There are also no classes scheduled on Thanksgiving, Remembrance Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday and Victoria Day.
Visits to Landmark East School and admissions interviews are arranged from Monday to Friday between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Usually summer admissions interviews are scheduled during the third week of July and the fourth week of August before the new school year begins in September.
When students visit the school, can they sit in on classes or spend the night in the dorms?
Yes, we are delighted to welcome students to our campus to sit in on classes, meet our students and staff, and stay overnight in our residences. Please contact email@example.com to book your visit to our beautiful campus.
What if I have more questions?
Please contact Landmark East School:
Tel: 1-800-565-5887 (toll free)