Landmark Christian School coaches develop student-athletes into mighty warriors for Christ, on and off the field, long after the whistle blows.
Athletics is critical to the education of our students. Every day, Landmark coaches and athletes pour their hearts into their sports and into each other. It is on the athletic fields and courts where lessons such as teamwork, overcoming obstacles and adversity, sacrifice, and selflessness are best taught. At Landmark Christian, our priorities in athletics are that our student-athletes grow spiritually from the experience of competing on our teams, that they learn to compete with a relentless spirit, that they develop great fundamentals and techniques, and they learn how to win and lose with class and dignity. At season’s end, wins are celebrated, but there is so much more to recognize after the last play.
A Landmark family testifies to the value of a Landmark Education
Mr. Clay Adams was an Assistant Middle School Swim Coach at Landmark for six years. His wife, Mrs. Liz Adams, is a receptionist and teaching assistant at the Peachtree City Landmark Campus.
Clay and Liz have two daughters that graduated from Landmark; Carolyn, ‘18, and Clara, ‘20.
Carolyn was valedictorian of her graduating class and received a Presidential Scholarship to the University of Alabama. The culmination of scholarship amount was $112,000, spread out over four years. Admitted into the Honors College at UA, she is also a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She will finish college in three years with two degrees - a BA in Political Science and a BA in International Studies with a minor in Spanish and History and a certificate in Global Studies.
Landmark Christian School Values the Importance of Reading
At Landmark Christian School, we understand the importance of integrating reading into every day. We promote reading as a necessary skill that aids in child development. Reading can increase a child’s confidence, concentration, and communication, on top of so much else. It is our goal to help children be the best, most well-rounded students that God intended them to be – and reading is often at the core of this. Reading, like education, has the power to transform the heart, as well as the mind. It has a significant impact on our Fairburn and Peachtree City, GA students, especially those who are young and impressionable. This impact can often be life-defining, so the value and importance of reading cannot be stressed enough. Read on for tips on how to make reading a part of every day in your child’s life.
Mr. Milton Cambell is a native of Atlanta, Ga. He matriculated through the Atlanta Public Schools System and graduated with honors. While in high school he excelled in track and field and was the Georgia Gatorade Athlete of the year. He is a five-time state champion, a state record holder, a national record holder, and a world champion. These accolades earned him a full scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC).
Landmark Christian School is excited to announce Mr. Nick Mayhew ('09) and Mrs. Katy Kirbow ('09) Mayhew are coming home!
Mr. Mayhew will be working with the Science Department, teaching Advanced Placement Chemistry and other science/engineering courses. "It’s wonderful to see one of our alum who has decided on teaching to invest in the lives of young people," says Mrs. Amy Harriton, Associate Head of School.