Landry Academy

Dear Landry Academy Families,

As I mentioned to you in my email message last week, we have been struggling to keep Landry Academy alive. After exploring many options that would potentially allow us to keep our doors open, we have reached the point of no longer being able to operate. This is not how we envisioned our dream of Landry Academy ending. It is with much sadness that we close the doors of Landry Academy. If you're a Landry Academy family we know this places you in a difficult position - we're very sorry. We realize that you are heartbroken (as we are), and that this will create difficulties for you.

For online classes, I have been working hard on an alternative that I hope will help. I have arranged for Veritas Press to work with you directly on special arrangements and pricing for both this spring semester (2017) and for the 2017-18 school year. They have been very understanding of this situation and are also willing to give you some credit toward their online classes if you have our generic semesters. They have impressed me as a like-minded organization committed to the same things you and our staff have worked toward. You can click here to learn more about Veritas and their special offers for Landry Academy families.

It will take some time for us to go through student and family accounts for lab intensives, trips, classes, camps, etc. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are not able to issue refunds right now and it will also take time for us to be able to process official transcript requests, etc. You can access your grades and print transcripts by logging-in to your Genius account by clicking here.

We are very grateful for you - families who have loved, supported, and encouraged us for years. We know so many of you personally and many of you are like family to us. Thank you for your continued  support, patience, and prayers as we work through the details of closing Landry Academy.


Greg Landry
Founder and Director, Landry Academy

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