Every student prepared to impact the world for Jesus Christ
Founded in 1989, Landmark Christian School is an independent, Christian, college-preparatory K3-12 school located in metro Atlanta; Peachtree City and Fairburn
JOIN US at Landmark Christian School in Fairburn or Peachtree City for an exciting informational event. We are inviting prospective student families to come learn more about our school, tour classrooms, and see what a Landmark education can do for your student.
Addison Lee is a 4th-grade student at Landmark who plays softball, basketball, volleyball, and runs cross country. Her favorite sport is softball and her favorite color is blue. She loves to read and has read the Kane Chronicles series, the Harry Potter series, and the Percy Jackson series among others. She has two siblings at Landmark; her brother Jackson, Class of 2028, and a little sister Lillian, Class of 2035.
The Terek family, Matt, Leslie, Mattie, and William have been a Landmark family for eleven years. Mattie, now in 11th grade, began in first grade, and William, now in ninth grade, began in K5. The Terek family has a passion for giving back not only in the greater Atlanta community but within Landmark Christian School.
Evan Murunga, a 6th-grade student at Landmark Christian, plays flag football for the Andrew Young YMCA Westside Falcons. He and his team recently won the 12U Recreation Division and will advance to play at the national tournament in Las Vegas, during the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl, in February. In addition to his team winning, Evan was named Nerf Next Level Player for the division which is the equivalent to MVP! He and his team will be the only youth flag team from Atlanta, who are sponsored by the Falcons Foundation.
These days everyone spends a lot of time in front of screens. If you’re a parent concerned about your kids and their screen time, we’re here to help. Landmark Christian School encourages human interaction and minimal screen time for kids at our private Christian schools in the Atlanta area - Fairburn, and Peachtree City, GA. While there are some learning benefits from TVs, computers, and smartphones, too much screen time can have many adverse effects. When it comes to average screen time, teenagers spent about nine hours a day interacting with media outside of school or homework. Kids between the ages of eight and 12 spend about six hours a day interacting with media, and kids from two to five spend about 32 hours per week in front of screens. Find out more about limiting screen time for kids, and get in touch with us if you have any questions about how we limit screen time at our schools.
Melissa White has been at Landmark for two years and is making an impact on students and faculty. She not only has a passion for Christ, but she also has a gift of photography and uses this talent in and out of the classroom. On any given day you will find Melissa teaching bible class, serving others, investing in students, taking photos, or running the new Christian Life Instagram account.