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Landmark Christian School

777 Robinson Road
Peachtree City, GA 30269

(770) 306-0647


Philosophy & Approach

Day in the Life

General School Mission

"The Student: Each student is a unique individual, created in God's image: the best and only version of himself or herself that God has ever made--or will make. Endowed with a one of a kind body, mind, and spirit, each student has distinct aptitudes and abilities in many areas; spiritual, mental, social, and physical. The student's spiritual dimension is the true center of his or her life and provides the motivation, purpose, and direction for all other areas.
The School: The Christian school is a support ministry first for the home and second for the Church. God has ordained the institution of the family and has given parents the responsibility of nurturing and training their children. He has ordained that Christ's body, the Church, is the spiritual authority and support for His people. As a complement to home and church, the Christian school seeks to help nurture the growth of young people in a Godly direction in every area--spiritual, mental, physical, social--as exemplified in the life of Christ: "And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and man." Luke 2:52
The Teacher: We recognize that when the student is at school, the teacher stands in the place of the parent. We believe that the role of the Christian teacher is to demonstrate through philosophy and lifestyle his or her personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a consistent reflection of Godly character, a heart to meet the needs of young people, and a mastery of content and delivery of instruction. The teacher's responsibility is an awesome one and must be entered into prayerfully, trusting the Lord for guidance.
The Educational Program: As a Christian school, the entire educational program is dependent upon and directly related to the truths and principles put forth in the Bible. Each student needs individual love and attention and will achieve his or her highest potential when taught in such an environment. The ultimate aim of the educational program is to prepare and train young people to serve and glorify God as servant-leaders in their communities and in the world. This aim is the basis for the following educational goals:"
Excerpted from the preschool's website