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Overview

Landmark Middle School

101 Kernan Boulevard North
Jacksonville, FL, 32225
(904) 221-7125

Landmark Middle School, located in Jacksonville, FL, serves grades 6-8 in the Landmark Middle School. It received a GreatSchool Rating of 7 out of 10

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Student Diversity

Asian
7%
Hispanic
10%
Multiracial
6%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
White, non-Hispanic
40%
Black, non-Hispanic
36%
Native American or Native Alaskan
0%
Other
1%

Reviews

3.5
(68 Reviews)

Overall, I'd say Landmark is a pretty good school. Despite the disadvantages there are, such as fights and bit of bullying, it's not that bad at all. In my experience in yellow team, the core class teachers do an excellent job, by giving students enough homework and thought out lessons.
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i am a 6th grade student at landmark and the school is great but every time i go to change for p.e. the mirrors in the locker room are smeared and dirty would it kill them to wipe them?! but its a good school ;)
Very dangerous environment. I am a substitute teacher. Both times I subbed at this school fights broke out, the 2nd time being in the classroom I subbed in. No support from administration at all. The fight that broke out in my classroom was male/female physical fight.
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This school is great there isn't a lot of fight actually few that I know about,the teachers are great,and landmark middle school is so much better then kernan middle school.
I go to Landmark Middle School it's a great safe school you sit at one table and have to stay on one side of hallway it keeps others safe and from getting hurt and it has lots of programs so you are able to get skip up and they also have douglas anderson coming to the school for the talented studen.
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