Landmark Middle and High School Art Students recently participated in the Peachtree City Kiwanis Art and Music Showcase. To participate, students had to be members of Key Club or be residents of Fayette County. Several Landmark students won in various categories.
Landmark student, Rian Philip was 1 of 1500 juniors selected to compete for the 2019 GreyStone Washington Youth Tour. Students studied provided materials about GreyStone and the history of rural electrification then took an exam. The five students with the highest test scores receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. to participate in this life-changing leadership event this summer.
Each summer, the Gilder Lehrman Institute offers academically rigorous Teacher Seminars for K-12 educators. These highly competitive one-week seminars are open exclusively to participants in Gilder Lehrman’s free Affiliate School Program. We are thrilled to announce that Landmark dual enrollment U.S. history and 11th grade AP U.S. history teacher, Brian Chmielewski, has been selected to be part of this prestigious seminar, which will be held at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland from June 16-22.
Mr. Wilson, HS Math Teacher, and Mr. Osei, Engineering Teacher, attended the 31st annual Teachers Teaching with Technology International Conference. Mr. Wilson presented two sessions focusing on different technologies to help develop student understanding of algebraic concepts, while Mr. Osei discovered new ways of teaching and engaging students through different activities and technologies.
Landmark Christian School has named Lady Hardmon Grooms as its new varsity head girls basketball coach. Coach Grooms comes to Landmark after serving as the head girls basketball coach at Greater Atlanta Christian School in Norcross since 2014. In her five seasons leading the Spartans her teams appeared in three final fours, including state runner-up in 2017.