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! A fresh camp experience each week, with extended care available. We have something for everyone, and kids can't get enough! 
 
Make the most of your child's summer vacation by registering for a camp!

Please note our summer camps begin on June 22. Camps listed before that date are moved later in the summer or have been canceled.

Summer Camp Offerings

Elementary School

List of 9 items.

  • "On the Court" - Basketball Camp

    Week(s): July 20-24 (Session I), July 27-31 (Session II)
    Grade(s): 3rd-12th
    Session I Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
    Session II Time: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $150
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a water bottle and snack.
    Contact Person: Lady H. Grooms, lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Campers will experience collegiate/professional level coaching from collegiate caliber players and coaches. The Clinics will be led by former WNBA & UGA pioneer Coach Lady Hardmon Grooms and new head basketball coach, Brandon Cerezola.
  • Camp Invention

    Week(s): June 22-26
    Grade(s): K5-6th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Contact Person: Michelle Jackson, mjackson@landmark-cs.org
     
    Camp Description:
    LCS is hosting Camp Invention®. A program empowers children to follow the Invention Process as they collaborate, innovate, design prototypes, and learn from their failures. Through this process, they’ll gain essential skills they can apply throughout their lives.

    Register here for this camp.

  • Physical Education/Sports Camp (Session I)

    Week(s): July 6-10
    Grade(s): 1st-5th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring water bottles, snacks, asthma inhalers (if necessary), and sneakers.
    Contact Person: Tunisia Frye, tfrye@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20, Camp Max: 21
     
    Camp Description:
    Rising 1st to 5th graders will engage in physical activity through a variety of games learning skill fundamentals through sport-based activities.   
  • Physical Education/Sports Camp (Session II)

    Week(s): July 13-17
    Grade(s): 1st-5th 
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a water bottle, snacks, and tennis shoes. Also, bring inhalers if necessary.
    Contact Person: Brett Nastasi, bnastasi@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20, Camp Max: 21
     
    Camp Description:
    Students will participate in their favorite PE games and age-appropriate sports activities with a focus on fun and fundamentals.
     
  • Soccer Camp

    Week(s): July 20-24
    Grade(s): K4-5th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring cleats, shin guards, and soccer ball. Camp will be led by Garrison Adams and will have the help of other varsity level coaches, as well as some Landmark varsity soccer players. We will have water and snacks provided for campers each day.
    Contact Person: Garrison Adams, gadams@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    K4-5th grade kids soccer camp for boys and girls. This camp is for kids of all skill levels and abilities. Each day will consist of a devotion, mini-games, drills (dribbling, passing, shooting, defending), and full-field games.
  • STEM Camp

    Week(s): July 13-17
    Grade(s): 3rd-5th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Courtlyn Harcrow, charcrow@landmark-cs.org
    Contact Person: 
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    The camp with include five consecutive days of STEM learning. Two days will focus on structures (homes, buildings, purpose, and creation). Students will learn about various structures and why they are built the way they are. They will create and test structures against student-simulated natural disasters. Two days will focus on rocketry. They will build straw rockets and film bottle rockets. They will test them and discuss their launch results. One day will focus on robotics. This day will involve the use of Osmo, Ozobots, student-created Doodlebots, and coding via code.orgStudents will engage in hands-on coding activities throughout the day.
  • Superheroes, Mario, & Minecraft

    Week(s): July 6-10
    Grade(s): 1st-3rd
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: 
    Contact Person: Tunisia Frye, tfrye@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 14
     
    Camp Description:
    Students will create crafts, write their own comic and play academic games based on their favorite characters from Marvel, DC and popular video games. Open to students willing to share their superpowers!
  • The Knight School Chess Academy

    Week(s): July 27-31
    Grade(s): 1st-6th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a water bottle. 
    Contact Person: Davis Talley, davis@theknightschool.com
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 30
     
    Camp Description:
    Are your summer campers looking for a fun, new, and exciting activity that is also intellectually stimulating? The Knight School has an amazing, kid-oriented, party-based national curriculum and array of activities that kids find absolutely compelling and intoxicating. We provide all chess sets, clocks, prizes, lessons, everything! Campers get the cool green Knight School shirt as well as some primo one-on-one time with our great chess coach! Experts and beginners both thrive in our unique chess approach. Interested in adding an exciting new element to your already-great summer lineup?
  • Youth Football Camp

    Week(s): June 22-26
    Grade(s): K4-5th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should wear non-metal cleats or athletic shoes and bring a refillable water bottle. 
    Contact Person: Durand Rice, drice@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    (NON-CONTACT) Youth football camp for elementary students. Players will learn and practice fundamentals and skills which are critical to success in the sport of football.

Middle School

List of 7 items.

  • "On the Court" Basketball Camp

    Week(s): July 20-24 (Session I), July 27-31 (Session II)
    Grade(s): 3rd-12th
    Session I Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
    Session II Time: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $150
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a water bottle and snack.
    Contact Person: Lady H. Grooms, lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20

     
    Camp Description:
    Campers will experience collegiate/professional level coaching from collegiate caliber players and coaches. The Clinics will be led by former WNBA & UGA pioneer Coach Lady Hardmon Grooms and new head basketball coach, Brandon Cerezola.
  • Aviation Camp

    Week(s): July 27-31
    Grade(s): 6th-12th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Additional Information: Textbook and navigation tools
    Contact Person: Jim Lee, jimlee@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Spend a week with Landmark Aviation Academy and Basic Ground Instructor Dr. Jim Lee studying and exploring aviation.
  • Camp Invention

    Week(s): June 22-26
    Grade(s): K5-6th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Contact Person: Michelle Jackson, mjackson@landmark-cs.org
     
    Camp Description:
    Landmark Christian is hosting Camp Invention®. A program empowers children to follow the Invention Process as they collaborate, innovate, design prototypes, and learn from their failures. Through this process, they’ll gain essential skills they can apply throughout their lives.

    Register here for this camp. 
  • Film Boot Camp

    Week(s): June 22-26
    Grade(s): 8th-12th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Contact Person: Billy Dickson, bdickson@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Students will make a short film.
  • One-Day "Volleyball Skills" Camp

    Day: July 25 
    Grade(s): 6th-12th
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Cost: $50
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring water bottles and knee pads.
    Contact Person: Dun Hahn, dhahn@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Landmark coaches will lead the camp to help prepare middle school and high school students for the upcoming season.     
  • The Knight School Chess Academy

    Week(s): July 27-31
    Grade(s): 1st-6th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a water bottle. 
    Contact Person: Davis Talley, davis@theknightschool.com
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 30
     
    Camp Description:
    Are your summer campers looking for a fun, new, and exciting activity that is also intellectually stimulating? The Knight School has an amazing, kid-oriented, party-based national curriculum and array of activities that kids find absolutely compelling and intoxicating. We provide all chess sets, clocks, prizes, lessons, everything! Campers get the cool green Knight School shirt as well as some primo one-on-one time with our great chess coach! Experts and beginners both thrive in our unique chess approach. Interested in adding an exciting new element to your already-great summer lineup?
  • Volleyball Camp

    Week(s): July 20-24
    Grade(s): 6th-12th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students will need to bring a water bottle and knee pads.
    Contact Person: Dun Hahn, dhahn@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Landmark coaches will lead the camp to help prepare middle school and high school students for the upcoming season.     

High School

List of 8 items.

  • "On the Court" Basketball Camp

    Week(s): July 20-24 (Session I), July 27-31 (Session II)
    Grade(s): 3rd-12th
    Session I Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
    Session II Time: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $150
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a water bottle and snack.
    Contact Person: Lady H. Grooms, lgrooms@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20

     
    Camp Description:
    Campers will experience collegiate/professional level coaching from collegiate caliber players and coaches. The Clinics will be led by former WNBA & UGA pioneer Coach Lady Hardmon Grooms and new head basketball coach, Brandon Cerezola.
  • Aviation Camp

    Week(s): July 27-31
    Grade(s): 6th-12th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Additional Information: Textbook and navigation tools
    Contact Person: Jim Lee, jimlee@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Spend a week with Landmark Aviation Academy and Basic Ground Instructor Dr. Jim Lee studying and exploring aviation.
  • Film Boot Camp

    Week(s): June 22-26
    Grade(s): 8th-12th
    Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Contact Person: Billy Dickson, bdickson@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Students will make a short film.
  • Great Books Literary Course

    Week(s): July 6-24 (M-F, three-week course)
    Grade(s): 9th-12th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 
    Cost: $750
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring a pen/pencil, highlighter, three-ring notebook, and paper.
    Contact Person: Matthew Huff, mhuff@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 3, Camp Max: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Are you tired of feeling confined to the tedious walls of a cell phone screen? Do you find yourself gleefully eavesdropping on rich conversations in the coffee shop 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 power of inductive and deductive reasoning, 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. This course is offered as a semester elective credit for Landmark Christian School. It is taught by the English Department Chair, Mr. Matt Huff.
  • Health Course

    Week(s): July 27-31 (M-F, one-week course)
    Grade(s): 9th-12th
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
    Cost: $400
    Additional Information: Students should bring pens/pencils.
    Contact Person: Durand Rice, drice@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 6
    Camp Max: 15
     
    Camp Description:
    A one-week health course is designed to develop awareness of the need for good health through the following topics: personal health and fitness, emotional and mental health, family life education, alcohol and drug awareness, first aid, etc. In addition, the course will also fulfill graduation requirements (.25 course credit).
  • Music Production 101

    Week(s): July 13-17
    Grade(s): 9th-12th
    Time: 1:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Campers can opt to bring their own set of headphones. There's no eating in the Music Academy room. Any snacks needed to be eaten outside. Water can be kept in a sealable water container on the floor.
    Contact Person: Steve
     Harriton, sharriton@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 10, Camp Max: 17
     
    Camp Description:

    This is a music production class. Students will learn how to create their own music in Pro Tools using virtual instruments. No previous Pro Tools experience is required. The first 1h 45m will be instruction followed by a lab portion where students can apply what they've learned during the lesson.
  • One-Day "Volleyball Skills" Camp

    Day: July 25 
    Grade(s): 6th-12th
    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    Cost: $50
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students should bring water bottles and knee pads.
    Contact Person: Dun Hahn, dhahn@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Landmark coaches will lead the camp to help prepare middle school and high school students for the upcoming season.     
  • Volleyball Camp

    Week(s): July 20-24
    Grade(s): 6th-12th
    Time: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Cost: $250
    Location:  
    Additional Information: Students will need to bring a water bottle and knee pads.
    Contact Person: Dun Hahn, dhahn@landmark-cs.org
    Camp Min: 20
     
    Camp Description:
    Landmark coaches will lead the camp to help prepare middle school and high school students for the upcoming season.     

General Information

Things to know. . .

  • Students should bring their own water bottle and snacks for all camps.
  • Week-long sports camps will receive a shirt.
  • The deadline to register for a camp is the Monday of the proceeding week.
  • Non-athletic camps need at least 10 registered participants and athletic camps need at least 20 registered participants for the camp to be offered.
  • All camp participants must submit an online waiver.
  • All camps are open to the general public.
  • If a student signs up for a discounted bundle camp, the school will provide lunch and supervision in the cafeteria from 12:00 p.m. until 1:00 p.m.Younger students will be escorted to lunch and then to their afternoon camp. Note: If your child has special food allergies/intolerance, you may want to send a sack lunch instead.
  • If you register for Connect Sports Camp, Futsal Camp, or Camp Invention, please check their website for fees, lunches, and what students need to bring.
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