A: Campus tours are offered on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:00 a.m. and are scheduled by appointment. Please call 770-692-6826 to make reservations.
A: Shadow visits are set at the discretion of the Admission Office once applications and recommendations are reviewed, and testing and interviewing is complete.
A: Candidates may begin to submit applications in October.
A: At LCS, it is our mission to prepare every student to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Landmark is a college preparatory school and we encourage each child to strive for academic excellence. Admission is based on a church recommendation, the student's conduct, character, test scores, academic history, and interview. Attendance by both parents is required. K4 students must be four years of age, K5 students must be five years of age, and grade 1 students must be six years of age by September 1 to enroll in the respective grade.
A: First round notifications will be sent electronically on April 1, 2017 according to the AAAIS common notification date. The admission committee will continue to meet periodically after this date to consider late applying applicants.
A: Limited funds are available from the school to help families in need of tuition assistance. The application for admission and application for financial aid are separate processes. Financial aid is need-based and may be applied for by completing a financial aid application, which may be obtained by accessing the following link: www.sss.nais.org
. Please adhere to the financial aid deadline.
A: Landmark only offers need-based financial aid.