Welcome to Summer Fun at Landmark!

Join us for a premier summer day camp experience designed for kids of all skills, interests, and experience levels, ages K-12! We have something for everyone! 

Safety is our priority!
Landmark Christian will employ COVID-19 safety protocols in accordance with recommendations from the CDC, the Governor's office, and local authorities. Participants will be required to follow those protocols in order to keep our community safe. For more questions regarding our protocols for Summer Camp, please contact Brett Nastasi | bnastasi@landmark-cs.org.

Make the most of your child's summer vacation by registering for a camp!

Summer Camp Offerings

Elementary School

List of 14 items.

  • Camp Invention

    Grades: 1st-6th
    Dates:
    June 21-25; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Leader: Michele Jackson
    Leader Email Address:
    mjackson@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 114
    Fee: $
    235 (See their website for early registration discount.)
    Description:
    For specific camp information and to register click here.
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle
  • Chess Camp

    Grades: Rising 1st-6th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Davis Talley
    Leader Email Address:
    davis@theknightschool.com
    Location: Room 138
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    The Knight School Summer Chess Camps are the perfect way to get ready to join your school's official chess team and chess party in the fall. Chess Camp has a fun and friendly spirit and is a great way to keep the brain sharp during the summer while having a real blast!
    Things to Bring:
    We've got everything we need!

  • Elementary Volleyball Camp

    Grades: Rising 3rd-5th
    Dates:
    July 19-23; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Joshua Corder
    Leader Email Address:
    jcorder@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Elementary Volleyball Skills Camp
    Things to Bring:
    Athletic Clothes, Knee Pads, Athletic Shoes, Water

  • Football Camp 1

    Grades: Rising 3rd-6th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Leader: Tommy Lewis
    Leader Email Address:
    tlewis@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Landmark Christian's Summer Football Camp offers excellent instruction in a safe, fun, and competitive environment to players in rising grades 3-6. Come learn the fundamentals of football in a fun and exciting atmosphere at Landmark's state-of-the-art football complex. The camp will be run by 5-time State Champion Head Football coach Tommy Lewis, his staff, along with some Varsity football players.
    Things to Bring:
    Kids should wear cleats, bring a water bottle and their own snacks, as well as a swimsuit and towel. (Suit and towel for a modified slip and slide to cool off at the end of the camp.)


  • Football Camp 2

    Grades: Rising 3rd-6th
    Dates:
    July 12-16; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Leader: Tommy Lewis
    Leader Email Address:
    tlewis@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Landmark Christian's Summer Football Camp offers excellent instruction in a safe, fun, and competitive environment to players in rising grades 3-6. Come learn the fundamentals of football in a fun and exciting atmosphere at Landmark's state-of-the-art football complex. The camp will be run by 5-time State Champion Head Football coach Tommy Lewis, his staff, along with some Varsity football players.
    Things to Bring:
    Kids should wear cleats, bring a water bottle and their own snacks, as well as a swimsuit and towel. (Suit and towel for a modified slip and slide to cool off at the end of the camp.)


  • ON THE COURT CAMPS 1

    Grades: 3rd-11th
    Dates:
    June 7 -11; Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Lady Grooms
    Leader Email Address:
    lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $155
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Camp
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT CAMPS 2

    Grades: 3rd-11th
    Dates:
    June 21-25; Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Lady Grooms
    Leader Email Address:
    lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $155
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Camp
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 1

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    June 12; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 2

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    June 26; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 3

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    July 10; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • PE / Sport Camp I

    Grades: Rising 1st-5th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Tunisia Frye
    Leader Email Address:
    tfrye@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Students will participate in a variety of their favorite physical education and sports games.
    Things to Bring:
    Athletic Clothes, Athletic Shoes, Water, Snack

  • PE / Sport Camp II

    Grades: Rising 1st-5th
    Dates:
    July 5-9; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brett Nastasi
    Leader Email Address:
    bnastasi@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Students will participate in a variety of their favorite physical education and sports games.
    Things to Bring:
    Athletic Clothes, Athletic Shoes, Water, Snack


  • Softball Camp

    Grades: Rising K5-8th
    Dates:
    June 7-11; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m
    Leader: Misha Greer
    Leader Email Address:
    mgreer@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Chastain Field and Medici field house
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Softball camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game of softball and also to mentor the campers through close interaction with the varsity players and coaches. We will work to teach the skills of softball as well as life lessons learned through the sport. The middle and elementary camps are held during the same hours. Campers will participate in age-specific groups as well as all-group activities.
    Things to Bring:
    Athletic clothing, tennis shoes that can get dirty, glove, water bottle. Optional items: bat, fielder's mask, cleats


  • War Eagle Soccer Camp

    Grades: K-5
    Dates:
    June 21-25; 8am - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Garrison Adams
    Leader Email Address:
    gadams@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Garwood Stadium, Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    War Eagle soccer camp is designed for players of all levels who want to learn and improve their soccer skills in a fun and encouraging environment.
    Things to Bring:
    Cleats, shin guards, ball, water

Middle School

List of 16 items.

  • Camp Invention

    Grades: 1st-6th
    Dates:
    June 21-25; 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
    Leader: Michele Jackson
    Leader Email Address:
    mjackson@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 114
    Fee: $
    235 (See their website for early registration discount.)
    Description:
    For specific camp information and to register click here.
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle
  • Chess Camp

    Grades: Rising 1st-6th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Davis Talley
    Leader Email Address:
    davis@theknightschool.com
    Location: Room 138
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    The Knight School Summer Chess Camps are the perfect way to get ready to join your school's official chess team and chess party in the fall. Chess Camp has a fun and friendly spirit and is a great way to keep the brain sharp during the summer while having a real blast!
    Things to Bring:
    We've got everything we need!

  • Film Boot camp

    Grades: Rising 7th-12th
    Dates:
    June 7-11; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Billy Dickson
    Leader Email Address:
    bdickson@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 205
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Fun with visual storytelling. Making several short films and learning more about filmmaking.
    Things to Bring:
    Regular school clothes- shorts - and have a change of clothes to use in films

  • Football Camp 1

    Grades: Rising 3rd-6th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Leader: Tommy Lewis
    Leader Email Address:
    tlewis@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Landmark Christian's Summer Football Camp offers excellent instruction in a safe, fun, and competitive environment to players in rising grades 3-6. Come learn the fundamentals of football in a fun and exciting atmosphere at Landmark's state-of-the-art football complex. The camp will be run by 5-time State Champion Head Football coach Tommy Lewis, his staff, along with some Varsity football players.
    Things to Bring:
    Kids should wear cleats, bring a water bottle and their own snacks, as well as a swimsuit and towel. (Suit and towel for a modified slip and slide to cool off at the end of the camp.)


  • Football Camp 2

    Grades: Rising 3rd-6th
    Dates:
    July 12-16; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Leader: Tommy Lewis
    Leader Email Address:
    tlewis@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Landmark Christian's Summer Football Camp offers excellent instruction in a safe, fun, and competitive environment to players in rising grades 3-6. Come learn the fundamentals of football in a fun and exciting atmosphere at Landmark's state-of-the-art football complex. The camp will be run by 5-time State Champion Head Football coach Tommy Lewis, his staff, along with some Varsity football players.
    Things to Bring:
    Kids should wear cleats, bring a water bottle and their own snacks, as well as a swimsuit and towel. (Suit and towel for a modified slip and slide to cool off at the end of the camp.)


  • Football Clinic 1

    Grades: Rising 7th-8th
    Dates:
    June 19; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Leader: Tommy Lewis
    Leader Email Address:
    tlewis@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Landmark Christian's Summer Football Clinic offers excellent instruction in a safe, fun, and competitive environment to players in rising grades 7-8. Come learn the fundamentals of football in a fun and exciting atmosphere at Landmark's state-of-the-art football complex. The camp will be run by 5-time State Champion Head Football coach Tommy Lewis, his staff, along with some Varsity football players.
    Things to Bring:
    Kids should wear cleats, bring a water bottle and their own snacks, as well as a swimsuit and towel. (Suit and towel for a modified slip and slide to cool off at the end of the camp.)


  • Football Clinic 2

    Grades: Rising 7th-8th
    Dates:
    July 17; 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Leader: Tommy Lewis
    Leader Email Address:
    tlewis@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Thorn Stadium
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Landmark Christian's Summer Football Clinic offers excellent instruction in a safe, fun, and competitive environment to players in rising grades 7-8. Come learn the fundamentals of football in a fun and exciting atmosphere at Landmark's state-of-the-art football complex. The camp will be run by 5-time State Champion Head Football coach Tommy Lewis, his staff, along with some Varsity football players.
    Things to Bring:
    Kids should wear cleats, bring a water bottle and their own snacks, as well as a swimsuit and towel. (Suit and towel for a modified slip and slide to cool off at the end of the camp.)


  • Middle School Choral Camp

    Grades: Rising 6th-8th
    Dates:
    June 21-25; 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Stephen West
    Leader Email Address:
    swest@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 211
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Students will work on voice building techniques through fun warm-ups and games. We will also learn some great performance songs as well as give the opportunity for solo voice training tips.
    Things to Bring:
    Pencil and comfortable clothes

  • Middle School Volleyball Camp

    Grades: Rising 6th-8th
    Dates:
    July 19-23 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Joshua Corder
    Leader Email Address:
    jcorder@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Elementary Volleyball Skills Camp
    Things to Bring:
    Athletic Clothes, Knee Pads, Athletic Shoes, Water

  • ON THE COURT CAMPS 1

    Grades: 3rd-11th
    Dates:
    June 7 -11; Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Lady Grooms
    Leader Email Address:
    lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $155
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Camp
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT CAMPS 2

    Grades: 3rd-11th
    Dates:
    June 21-25; Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Lady Grooms
    Leader Email Address:
    lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $155
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Camp
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 1

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    June 12; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 2

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    June 26; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 3

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    July 10; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • Softball Camp

    Grades: Rising K5-8th
    Dates:
    June 7-11; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m
    Leader: Misha Greer
    Leader Email Address:
    mgreer@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Chastain Field and Medici field house
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Softball camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of the game of softball and also to mentor the campers through close interaction with the varsity players and coaches. We will work to teach the skills of softball as well as life lessons learned through the sport. The middle and elementary camps are held during the same hours. Campers will participate in age-specific groups as well as all-group activities.
    Things to Bring:
    Athletic clothing, tennis shoes that can get dirty, glove, water bottle. Optional items: bat, fielder's mask, cleats


  • Ukulele - Getting Started and More!

    Grades: Rising 6th-12th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Stephen West
    Leader Email Address:
    swest@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 211
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    We will be learning how to play the Ukulele starting with parts of the ukulele, string names, and tuning. Then we will learn how to read chord charts and basic chords. 
    Things to Bring:
    Students should bring a Ukulele, something for lunch, water, and wear casual clothes. Information on where to buy ukuleles and the price can be provided.


High School

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  • Chemistry Semester 1 Class

    Grades: Rising 9th-12th
    Dates:
    June 7-25; Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Kathy Nash
    Leader Email Address:
    knash@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room #139
    Fee:
    $750
    Description:
    Students will learn the following concepts: 1st semester Unit 1--conservation of mass, density, the earliest development of the atom, lab skills including data analysis and graphing. Unit 2-Kinetic molecular theory, gas laws, and thermal energy. Unit 3--Conceptual understanding of the flow of energy into and out of a system as well as the calculations required to quantify it. Unit 4--Deeper look at Dalton's model of the atom and how matter is classified, the laws that govern chemistry, and the knowledge of and application of Avogadro's hypothesis. 2nd semester Unit 5--The concepts of the mole including the relationship between mass and particle number, the use of the mole to determine % composition, empirical formula and a molecular formula. Unit 6--The writing and naming of chemical formulas based on the knowledge gained by the Thomson model of the atom. Unit 7--Synthesizes the previous units into the ability to write, balance, and identify chemical equations, calculate the amount of a product through stoichiometry. Unit 8 will utilize all of the information to deeper understandings of the model of the atom, periodic trends, and acid/base equilibrium.

    Summer School is a chance to take a semester, or year-long, course to free up some time in the student's schedule the next school year.  Because the course is condensed into two months, students must be in attendance every day to be able to keep up and understand what is going on.  If you think about it, missing one day during the summer is roughly the equivalent of missing a week during the school year.  Because of this, students may only miss one day for a semester/mini summer class (i.e., Health) or two days for a year-long summer class (i.e., Chemistry).  If a student misses more than the allotted days, the student will be removed from the class and will not receive credit for the class.  Students will be expected to be live for summer courses, there will not be any virtual offerings.  

    Things to Bring:
    Water bottle, a mask, and snacks, students need a composition notebook (9 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in), graphing paper, pens/pencils/colored pencils.

    *High school for credit classes are only for enrolled Landmark students. They are not open to the public.*

  • Chemistry Semester 2 Class

    Grades: Rising 9th-12th
    Dates:
    July 5-23; Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Kathy Nash
    Leader Email Address:
    knash@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room #139
    Fee:
    $750
    Description:
    Students will learn the following concepts: 1st-semester Unit 1--conservation of mass, density, the earliest development of the atom, lab skills including data analysis and graphing. Unit 2-Kinetic molecular theory, gas laws, and thermal energy. Unit 3--Conceptual understanding of the flow of energy into and out of a system as well as the calculations required to quantify it. Unit 4--Deeper look at Dalton's model of the atom and how matter is classified, the laws that govern chemistry, and the knowledge of and application of Avogadro's hypothesis. 2nd semester Unit 5--The concepts of the mole including the relationship between mass and particle number, the use of the mole to determine % composition, empirical formula, and molecular formula. Unit 6--The writing and naming of chemical formulas based on the knowledge gained by the Thomson model of the atom. Unit 7--Synthesizes the previous units into the ability to write, balance, and identify chemical equations, calculate the amount of a product through stoichiometry. Unit 8 will utilize all of the information to deeper understandings of the model of the atom, periodic trends, and acid/base equilibrium.

    Summer School is a chance to take a semester, or year-long, course to free up some time in the student's schedule the next school year.  Because the course is condensed into two months, students must be in attendance every day to be able to keep up and understand what is going on.  If you think about it, missing one day during the summer is roughly the equivalent of missing a week during the school year.  Because of this, students may only miss one day for a semester/mini summer class (i.e., Health) or two days for a year-long summer class (i.e., Chemistry).  If a student misses more than the allotted days, the student will be removed from the class and will not receive credit for the class.  Students will be expected to be live for summer courses, there will not be any virtual offerings.  

    Things to Bring:
    Water bottle, a mask, and snacks, students need a composition notebook (9 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in), graphing paper, pens/pencils/colored pencils.

    *High school for credit classes are only for enrolled Landmark students. They are not open to the public.*

  • English Semester 1 Class

    Grades: Rising 10th-12th
    Dates:
    June 7-25; Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Amy Harriton
    Leader Email Address:
    aharriton@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Grove Room 512
    Fee:
    $750
    Description:
    This is a three-week class offered for students who need to remediate a low grade for semester one of Grammar and Composition, Logic and Analysis, or Rhetoric and Ideology.

    Summer School is a chance to take a semester, or year-long, course to free up some time in the student's schedule the next school year.  Because the course is condensed into two months, students must be in attendance every day to be able to keep up and understand what is going on.  If you think about it, missing one day during the summer is roughly the equivalent of missing a week during the school year.  Because of this, students may only miss one day for a semester/mini summer class (i.e., Health) or two days for a year-long summer class (i.e., Chemistry).  If a student misses more than the allotted days, the student will be removed from the class and will not receive credit for the class.  Students will be expected to be live for summer courses, there will not be any virtual offerings.  

    Things to Bring:
    Students need to bring paper, a pencil, a laptop, and a snack.

  • English Semester 2 Class

    Grades: Rising 10th-12th
    Dates:
    July 5-23; Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Amy Harriton
    Leader Email Address:
    aharriton@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Grove Room 512
    Fee:
    $750
    Description:
    This is a three-week class offered for students who need to remediate a low grade for semester two of Grammar and Composition, Logic and Analysis, or Rhetoric and Ideology.

    Summer School is a chance to take a semester, or year-long, course to free up some time in the student's schedule the next school year.  Because the course is condensed into two months, students must be in attendance every day to be able to keep up and understand what is going on.  If you think about it, missing one day during the summer is roughly the equivalent of missing a week during the school year.  Because of this, students may only miss one day for a semester/mini summer class (i.e., Health) or two days for a year-long summer class (i.e., Chemistry).  If a student misses more than the allotted days, the student will be removed from the class and will not receive credit for the class.  Students will be expected to be live for summer courses, there will not be any virtual offerings.  

    Things to Bring:
    Students need to bring paper, a pencil, a laptop, and a snack.

    *High school for credit classes are only for enrolled Landmark students. They are not open to the public.*

  • Film Boot camp

    Grades: Rising 7th-12th
    Dates:
    June 7-11; 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Billy Dickson
    Leader Email Address:
    bdickson@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 205
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    Fun with visual storytelling. Making several short films and learning more about filmmaking.
    Things to Bring:
    Regular school clothes- shorts - and have a change of clothes to use in films

  • Great Books Course

    Grades: Rising 10th-12th
    Dates:
    June 7-25; Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Matthew Huff
    Leader Email Address:
    mhuff@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Grove Room 509
    Fee:
    $750
    Description:
    Are you tired of feeling confined to the walls of a cell phone screen? Do you find yourself eavesdropping on rich conversations in the coffeeshop or even the latest podcast or TED talk? More importantly, can you see yourself sitting in your own place at the table, exploring the curiosities, the complexities, and the convictions of the world’s greatest writers in a community of sharp minds and grateful hearts? Then join us as we examine truth, goodness, and beauty in a wide array of great books throughout Western civilization. By entering what Mortimer Adler calls the “Great Conversation,” students will experience the art of civil discourse, the skill of close reading, the confidence to navigate group discussion, and the importance of evaluating our present concerns in light of past traditions, all characteristics of a successful student and an attractive candidate for university study. As Plato once said, “the object of education is to teach us to love what is beautiful,” and this course aims to achieve exactly that: to produce students who know the truth and come to love it well.

    Summer School is a chance to take a semester, or year-long, course to free up some time in the student's schedule the next school year.  Because the course is condensed into two months, students must be in attendance every day to be able to keep up and understand what is going on.  If you think about it, missing one day during the summer is roughly the equivalent of missing a week during the school year.  Because of this, students may only miss one day for a semester/mini summer class (i.e., Health) or two days for a year-long summer class (i.e., Chemistry).  If a student misses more than the allotted days, the student will be removed from the class and will not receive credit for the class.  Students will be expected to be live for summer courses, there will not be any virtual offerings.  

    Things to Bring:
    Pen, highlighter, 3-ring notebook

    *High school for credit classes are only for enrolled Landmark students. They are not open to the public.*


  • Health Course

    Grades: Rising 9th-12th
    Dates: June 14-18; 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Leader: Durand Rice
    Leader Email: drice@landmark-cs.org
    Fee: $400
    Location: Room #134
    Description: A one-week health course is designed to develop an awareness of the need for good health.

    Summer School is a chance to take a semester, or year-long, course to free up some time in the student's schedule the next school year.  Because the course is condensed into two months, students must be in attendance every day to be able to keep up and understand what is going on.  If you think about it, missing one day during the summer is roughly the equivalent of missing a week during the school year.  Because of this, students may only miss one day for a semester/mini summer class (i.e., Health) or two days for a year-long summer class (i.e., Chemistry).  If a student misses more than the allotted days, the student will be removed from the class and will not receive credit for the class.  Students will be expected to be live for summer courses, there will not be any virtual offerings.  

    What to Bring: Students should bring pens/pencils and lunch.

    *High school for credit classes are only for enrolled Landmark students. They are not open to the public.*


  • High School P.E. Course

    Grades: Rising 9th-12th
    Dates: July 5 -23; 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Durand Rice
    Leader Email: drice@landmark-cs.org
    Fee: $750
    Location: Main Gym
    Description: This course will cover the basic units/activities from the high school physical education curriculum.
    What to Bring: Water bottle, appropriate gym court shoes, and outdoor shoes are needed daily, school appropriate physical education apparel, mask(s), and a snack.

    *High school for credit classes are only for enrolled Landmark students. They are not open to the public.*

  • ON THE COURT CAMPS 1

    Grades: 3rd-11th
    Dates:
    June 7 -11; Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Lady Grooms
    Leader Email Address:
    lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $155
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Camp
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT CAMPS 2

    Grades: 3rd-11th
    Dates:
    June 21-25; Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Lady Grooms
    Leader Email Address:
    lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $155
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Camp
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 1

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    June 12; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT SHOOTING CLINIC 2

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    June 26; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • ON THE COURT ShOOTING CLINIC 3

    Grades: 3rd-9th
    Dates:
    July 10; 8 a.m - 12 p.m.
    Leader: Brandon Cerezola
    Leader Email Address:
    bcerezola@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Main Gym
    Fee:
    $50
    Description:
    Basketball Instructional Shooting Clinic
    Things to Bring: 
    Water bottle, lunch

  • Summer Sewing

    Grades: Rising 9th-12th
    Dates:
    July 19-23; 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Shannon McBride
    Leader Email Address:
    smcbride@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 240
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    In this Summer Sewing Camp, students will learn how to use a PDF sewing pattern download, take and apply body measurements, how to use a sewing machine, and complete at least 1 dress or top. 3 Patterns.
    Things to Bring:
    Wear, or bring, form-fitting clothing so that we can take measurements for the fit of the garment and try it on as needed.

  • Ukulele - Getting Started and More!

    Grades: Rising 6th-12th
    Dates:
    June 14-18; 12:30-4:30 p.m.
    Leader: Stephen West
    Leader Email Address:
    swest@landmark-cs.org
    Location: Room 211
    Fee:
    $250
    Description:
    We will be learning how to play the Ukulele starting with parts of the ukulele, string names, and tuning. Then we will learn how to read chord charts and basic chords. 
    Things to Bring:
    Students should bring a Ukulele, something for lunch, water, and wear casual clothes. Information on where to buy ukuleles and the price can be provided.


General Information

Things to know. . .

  • Students should bring their own water bottles, snacks, and mask(s) for all camps/courses. Please see individual camp  /course descriptions for other items the student should bring. 
  • Week-long LCS run sports camp participants will receive a sports team tee shirt.
  • The deadline to register for a camp/course is the Monday of the preceding week.
  • Camps/courses do have minimum numbers of students required to register in order for the camp to be offered. 
  • All participants must submit online registration. No cash or check payments, please.
  • All camps/courses are open to the general public.
  • If a student signs up for a morning and afternoon camp/course during the same week, the school will provide lunch and supervision in the cafeteria from 12:00 p.m. until 12:30 p.m. Elementary and Middle School students will be escorted to lunch and then to their afternoon camp/course. Note: If your child has special food allergies/intolerance, you may want to send a sack lunch instead.
  • If you register for "On the Court" Basketball Camp, or "Camp Invention", our partner camps, some of the prices and details will be different. Please see the camp descriptions for more details. These camps do not come with an LCS sports camp t-shirt and lunch is not provided.
  • If you are registering multiple children for camp, please fill out the form multiple times
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