Allision Nye, '16 alumna of Landmark Christian School ’19 alumna of Clemson University
I came to my parents in middle school and expressed to them that I was unhappy with the quality of education that I was receiving where I was attending school. While we toured Landmark in elementary school, at the time it was not something that I wanted to pursue; my wish to stay with my friends superseded the positives that Landmark offered. However, with a newfound desire to look at other schooling options, my family and I toured Landmark once more. Throughout the admissions process, the staff made me feel welcomed and loved. When I did my shadow day, I was struck by how many students came up to greet me. With lots of prayer and discernment, I started Landmark in ninth grade. I believe that Landmark was the right place for me at this time in my life. I received a quality education and was taught to think critically, work hard, and love others.
Featuring Garrison Adams ‘12 Landmark Alumnus & Current Teacher
Landmark is blessed to have faculty and staff that were once students at Landmark - that have returned as teachers - Lance Batiste, Durand Rice, Sam Smith, Cantrell Frazier, Kris Titus, Chandler Greer, Margie Johnson, Garrison Adams, and Kensi Deel Adams. They continue to live out the legacy that was laid many years before.
Landmark Homecoming was Friday night. Parents, family, friends, and Landmark alumni returned to the seats of our kids’ playground, schoolyard, stadium, and living rooms where we have sat so many times before, cheering on our War Eagles. To see and be reminded, that we are better together.