Landmark High School (02M419)

351 West 18 Street, Manhattan, NY 10011, Manhattan
Phone: 212-647-7410
Email: info@landmarkhs.org
Hours: 8:45am - 3:15pm
School Website: https://www.landmarkhs.org/
NYCDOE Website: https://www.myschools.nyc/en/schools/high-school/48188
Admissions Information: https://www.landmarkhs.org/admissions
Quality Snapshot: https://tools.nycenet.edu/snapshot/2022/02M419/HS/
Subway: 1 to 18th St; A, C, E, L to 14th St
Bus: M11, M12, M14A-SBS, M14D-SBS, M20, M23-SBS, M55, M7, SIM1C, SIM33C, SIM3C, SIM4C
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About

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. Our students do in-depth research projects and present them to teachers and other experts instead of sitting for Regents exams, through a NYS waiver as a member of the NYS Performance Assessment Consortium. 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. We are part of the Career Readiness and Modern Youth Apprenticeship (CRMYA) pilot, which helps us support career readiness for all our students. We have courses that help our ninth and tenth graders explore their career interests and develop readiness skills. Our students can apply for apprenticeships in tech, finance, and business, which allows them to earn and learn while in high school.

Academic Highlights: Performance-Based Assessment Tasks (PBATs), Career Readiness & Modern Youth Apprenticeship (CRMYA) School, Language Courses Available, AP Courses Available

Other Features: 10th Grade Seats Available, College Trips, CRMYA School, Health Center, Internships Available, Online Grading System, Program(s) with 1 SWD Applicant Per Seat, Summer Internships, Weekend Programs

School Features:

  • Performance Assessment School, which base graduation requirements on the successful completion of performance assessments in major subject areas in lieu of one or more Regents exams
  • Offers 10th Grade Seats
  • School whose primary location is co-located with another school

AP Courses, Languages & Sports
AP Courses
Algebra II (Advanced Math), AP Biology, AP English Literature and Composition, AP Seminar, AP United States History, Calculus (Advanced Math), Chemistry (Advanced Science), ELA (College Course [Credited])
Languages Offered
American Sign Language
Boys PSAL Sports
Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Soccer, Volleyball, Wrestling
Girls PSAL Sports
Basketball, Bowling, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball
Other Sports
Cheerleading, Flag Football, Running Club
Activities
Studentled clubs including: Dance, Fashion, Fitness, Gender Sexuality Alliance, Guitar, Immigrants and Allies, Mural Painting, Peer tutoring, Poetry, Social Media, Student Council, Theater, Chorus, , Paid internships through CareerReady
Programs
Landmark High School(M91A)
Humanities & Interdisciplinary

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.

Method:
Requirement:
Ed. Opt. programs admit students across all academic levels. Students are grouped into Low, Middle, and High categories based on a composite of their academic data. One-third of offers are made to students in each category.
Priority:
  • (Group 1) Priority to Manhattan students or residents
  • (Group 2) Then to New York City residents
Student & Admissions Statistics
School Year
2022-23
2021-22
Total Students Across All Grades
329
354
    Grade 12 Students
86
61
    Grade 11 Students
87
107
    Grade 10 Students
88
103
    Grade 9 Students
68
83
Graduation %
76
85
College %
59
51
Landmark High School (M91A)
GE Applicants / Seats:
SWD Applicants / Seats:

32 / 78 (0.41)
22 / 22 (1.00)
Offers - Waitlist
Survey Summary & Data (2022-23)
Student Responses - 53% responded
Academic Rigor 
  69.14%
Academic Engagement 
  55.17%
Safety 
  73.33%
Bully Prevention 
  65.75%
Inclusivity 
  88.40%
Mental Support 
  69.90%
Environment 
  64.18%
Post-School Support 
  83.56%
Teacher Responses - 67% responded
Academic Rigor 
  72.67%
School Satisfaction 
  77.83%
Student Behavior 
  56.44%
Student Support 
  87.13%
School Leadership 
  79.80%
Instructional Clarity 
  74.20%
Instructional Development 
  75.71%
Post-School Support 
  94.38%
Family Responses - 11% responded
Education 
  94.00%
Teacher Support 
  88.67%
Safety 
  94.00%
School Community 
  85.89%
School Leadership 
  95.00%
Post-School Support 
  86.00%

Note: Yellow bars indicate city-wide averages for the associated category

View Full NYC DOE Survey Results:

More information about NYC DOE surveys can be found here: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/reports/school-quality/nyc-school-survey

Academic Summary & Data (2022-23)
Academic Proficiency
4-Year Grad. %
  79.10%
Avg. CC Regents Score
  16
College Aptitude
CCPC Index
  70.30%
Avg. SAT Math Score
  391
Avg. SAT Read/Write Score
  427
Postsecondary
2-Year College 13.60%
4-Year College 39.40%
Unknown 47.00%

View Full Academic Data:

This data was gathered from the NYC DOE's yearly quality reports. More information can be found here: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/reports/school-quality

Information on NYS Regents exams can be found here: https://www.nysed.gov/state-assessment/high-school-regents-examinations

School Demographics (2022-23)
Student Population:
Male 44.70%
Female 55.30%
English Language Learners:
  7.90%
Students with IEPs:
  28.00%
Economic Need Index:
  84.00%
Student Ethnicity:
Asian 1.50%
Black 27.70%
Hispanic 57.80%
White 5.20%
Other 7.80%
Teacher Ethnicity:
White 59.40%
Other 40.60%
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