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.
Director of Security Mr. Marion Dukes’ goal is to create a safe environment for students, faculty/staff, parents, and visitors at Landmark Christian School.
How did this former Clemson offensive lineman, free agent to the Dolphins, and Canadian Football League player join the Landmark Christian School family? Simple, he says, his wife Sierra is a 2004 Landmark Christian alumnae. Mr. Dukes brings Atlanta Police department experience to Landmark, the fit was natural. Mr. Dukes, aka Coach Dukes, not only handles security he also is the offensive line coach for the varsity football team and a varsity baseball coach.
Steven Samuels, Class of 2022, is one of three seniors at Landmark named a National Merit Commended Student in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. Steven was selected based on his 2020 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) scores.
Oh, and recently he earned his private pilot license. Casual.
Brain growth is an important consideration for all parents and teachers, and music could be the key. Landmark Christian School encourages our students to embrace music for brain growth at our private Christian schools in the Atlanta area - Fairburn, and Peachtree City, GA. Over the years, parents of our students have asked us questions, including “Does music help you become smarter?”, “What type of music should my child listen to?”, and “Does listening to music make you smarter?” Find out more about how music affects brain growth, and get in touch with us if you have any questions about our music program.
Take Advantage of Small Class Sizes at Landmark Christian School
Every parent wants their children to receive individualized attention from teachers and not get lost in large classes and be treated as a number. Landmark Christian School offers small class sizes at our private Christian schools in the Atlanta area - Fairburn, and Peachtree City, GA. If teacher attention is high on your list of priorities for your student, class size matters. Small class sizes result in more attention for each student and higher levels of teacher engagement. We invite you to learn more about the benefits of small class sizes and low teacher-to-student ratios. Get in touch with us today if you have any questions or are ready to enroll your children.
Every parent wants to give their children the best education possible, but sometimes the cost of private school is the biggest obstacle. Landmark Christian School cares about our students and their families and wants to help by providing some strategies related to affording private school fees for our schools in Atlanta, Fairburn, and Peachtree City, GA. We don’t want private school costs to be the reason your children enroll at a public school in Georgia. We often receive the question, “how much does private school cost” from families interested in private Christian education. Check out these tips and get in touch with us if you have any questions.
Charlie Rhea, M.S. SCCC, CSCS, USAW, Director of Performance Training, Landmark Christian School
When you hear “muscle training”, what comes to mind? Most people think of the "bro" split workout program. This would be something like - biceps and back on day 1, triceps and chest on day 2, then legs and abs on day 3. Then repeat! That is all fine and can totally work - if you are a bodybuilder. However, if you are trying to do something that involves the full body every day, one different approach is to try training movements.
Below are the main differences between movement training and muscle training.
Meet Sydney Tanner, a 2020 graduate of Landmark Christian. Sydney attended Landmark for 14 years, K4-12. She was active in sports throughout her years at Landmark, cheerleading in elementary school (2nd-5th), and playing volleyball (6th-12th). Sydney’s dad sparked her love for volleyball and she committed to the game after playing in middle school. During her high school career, she was a four-year varsity volleyball letterman and team captain. She is now playing Division 1 volleyball for Furman University and was awarded the SoCon 2021 Academic Athlete award demonstrating excellence in her coursework.
Like many Landmark students, Emerson Nogueira has been extremely busy getting back in the groove at school, but when he isn’t in the classroom, he is slaying tires at the race track. He has an incredible passion for drifting that started at a young age watching professional drivers on the internet and dreaming of a future where he would be able to do the same. About two years ago, Emerson went to his first event as a spectator to experience the scene and find information about how he could join. It was that same day that he met a driver with a spare helmet who would change his life forever with a simple question: “Do you want to ride?” Emerson was completely hooked and could not wait to get back on the track - but next time in the driver’s seat.
Many parents and students ask us about the admission process for getting accepted into Landmark Christian School in Atlanta, GA. Planning ahead is key when it comes to private school admission. Students in Fulton County and Peachtree City can benefit from knowing more about admission and the process. There are many advantages to attending a private school like Landmark Christian School. We invite you to learn more about when to begin the admissions process and some tips for doing so. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions.
A third student from Landmark Christian School has been named as National Merit Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. The program is conducted by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).
Luke Painter joins Riley McLachlan and Steven Samuels as Commended Students.
As we head into Homecoming and welcome our alumni home, please help us congratulate, Andrew Cathy, Landmark Christian School, Class of 1997.
Andrew Cathy Named Next CEO of Chick-fil-A
Chick-fil-A announced that Andrew Cathy, Landmark Christian Class of 1997, will begin as CEO on November 1. He is the third generation of Cathys to become Chief Executive Officer, taking the reins from his father Dan Cathy, who has served in this position since 2013.
More than 150 attendees visited the Landmark booth at the Dragon Boat Festival in Peachtree City. These guests learned about Landmark, our Mandarin program, and acquired Chinese names. Landmark Mandarin student-volunteers wrote Chinese names for them.