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Landmark College high school-college transition program

schleppenheimerschleppenheimer Registered User Posts: 79 Junior Member
In talking to a certain college's disability office, it was suggested that some of their learning disabled students gained college preparative experience by attending the 3 week high school to college transition program at Landmark College.

Has anyone out there attended this program? If so, did you think it was worth it?

I get the impression that it is expensive, and I'm reading incredibly varied reviews about the program that are all over the spectrum. Some people hated it, some people that it was invaluable.
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Replies to: Landmark College high school-college transition program

  • ctl987ctl987 Registered User Posts: 1,466 Senior Member
    im wondering about this program too, let's stay in touch.
  • MaystarmomMaystarmom Registered User Posts: 211 Junior Member
    Just applied to the University of Arizona SALT summer program for kid 1--only the second year of program, taking about 40 kids. If there's any knowledge from attendees of this program, would also like to know, as well as Landmark info. Have relatives on both coasts.
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