Middle School

A relevant education builds leaders.

Landmark middle school students are inspired every day. Intentional leadership development training helps students develop high performance habits that lay the foundation for a life of impact. They think deeply and are encouraged to inquire boldly. Through engaging STEAM programs, students are immersed in hands-on learning that stimulates innovation, invention, and creativity. It is the spark that ignites their imagination.


Landmark is dedicated to equipping students with in-depth knowledge in diverse subjects. We go beyond traditional curriculum boundaries to offer an enriching learning experience. Students can explore exciting disciplines such as fashion design, film production, engineering, and multiple world languages. We work to foster creativity, curiosity, and practical expertise among our students by allowing them the chance to find their calling.

Academic excellence is a top priority at our school as we aim to prepare students for the challenges of high school. Our teachers are committed to delivering advanced lessons that surpass the standard curriculum. This approach enables students to delve deeper into subjects, develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills, and gain a competitive advantage. By engaging in rigorous coursework, our students acquire the tools necessary for success in high school and beyond.

In addition to academic achievement, we value the holistic development of our students. We encourage extracurricular activities, teamwork, and character-building. We aim to nurture well-rounded students with academic prowess but also strong interpersonal skills and a sense of responsibility.

At the heart of our school is our commitment to faith. We believe in fostering a Christ-centered environment, where students can grow in their relationship with God and develop a solid biblical worldview. Through regular devotions, chapel services, and Bible studies, we inspire our students to cultivate a personal faith that guides their actions, shapes their character, and prepares them to impact the world with integrity and compassion.

Landmark middle school students are inspired every day. Intentional leadership development training helps students develop high performance habits that lay the foundation for a life of impact. They think deeply and are encouraged to inquire boldly. Through engaging pre-academy STEAM programs, students are immersed in hands-on learning that stimulates innovation, invention, and creativity. It is the spark that ignites their imagination.

Community and Service

Community and service are integral aspects of our school culture. We believe in building strong relationships and engaging with the broader community. Our students actively participate in service projects, outreach programs, and mission trips, extending a hand to those in need and learning the value of compassion, empathy, and servant leadership.

Our students find their tribe or rather House in our middle school House System. Dividing the student body into smaller, intergenerational communities known as “houses” fosters a sense of belonging, unity, and camaraderie. The house system encourages teamwork, leadership development, and character growth with friendly competitions, service projects, and mentorship programs. Students have the opportunity to form strong relationships with their peers across grade levels, fostering a supportive network within the school community. The house system also promotes a healthy competitive spirit, driving academic and extracurricular excellence as students strive to earn points for their respective houses. Ultimately, the house system instills a strong sense of identity, purpose, and moral values, creating an environment where students can thrive academically, spiritually, and socially.

Middle School House System


Serving others is an integral part of a Landmark education, and students in every grade level have the opportunity to participate in multiple service projects throughout each school year at an age-appropriate level. Some of our regular opportunities include:

Serve Week

Middle School students participate in specific service activities both on campus and off campus in service to others. Middle School students have a unique opportunity to help Elementary students as part of the Landmark family during their times of service.

Through regular service, Landmark students learn that they have the opportunity and calling to be a blessing to others, and they have the opportunity to make an impact.

Extracurricular Opportunities

Engaging in extracurriculars fosters a sense of community and belonging, allowing students to form meaningful connections with their peers who share similar interests. These activities promote the development of valuable life skills such as teamwork, leadership, time management, and problem-solving. Whether it’s participating in a sports team, joining a debate club, exploring music and arts, or engaging in a sustainability club, these extracurriculars provide opportunities for students to discover their passions, enhance their self-confidence, and nurture their talents. These activities also promote a well-rounded education, as they complement the academic curriculum by encouraging creativity, critical thinking, and personal growth.


The Eagle Society is an honor society designed to give our top scholars a chance to build on areas of interest. Each student will be given a chance to explore various college/career pathways and develop a working portfolio. After exploring interests and developing a focus, students will be prepared to enter the various academies in Landmark’s High School and have a better understanding of what they need to be prepared for entry into the appropriate collegiate program. For more information, please contact Jamila Gibson at [email protected].

The Junior Beta Club is a national academic honor society that focuses on service and leadership. Identified members are selected based upon their academic work and demonstration of good citizenship. Members will need to continue to demonstrate service by completing eight service hours per semester throughout middle school. In the spring, seventh grade students will get the opportunity to run for club officer positions. The club looks forward to attending the State Junior Beta Convention in Savannah each December. For more information, please contact Michele Payne at [email protected].

Our Middle School Eden Green Team is made up of students who are ready to get excited about "greening" our Landmark campus! Join the Green Team as we partner with National Green Schools Society. Our school desires to practice environmental stewardship through the Eden Sustainability Program. You can be a part of that! Visit cool environmental landmarks around campus. Hear from leading environmentalists who are shaping our world. Become an expert at environmental issues and learn how to solve problems. Influence change in your school through creative monthly awareness projects and challenges. Make new friends and have tons of indoor and outdoor fun! For more information, please contact Ann Marie Brezina at [email protected].

Each semester, our middle school students have a different selection of clubs to choose from. These clubs give our students the opportunity to explore interests they have in a low pressure and fun environment. In addition to the groups mentioned above, our students have enjoyed a great selection of clubs including Aviation, Future Voices (a communication and broadcasting club), Art, Robotics, Crafts, Chess, and more. For more information about current club opportunities for our middle school students, please contact Kensi Adams at [email protected].


The arts play a vital role at Landmark.  Our dedicated arts faculty ensure students receive a well-rounded art education, fostering self-expression, creativity, and a deep appreciation for beauty and culture. We provide students with opportunities to explore their creative talents. Landmark offers a diverse selection of arts courses exploring different areas from our performing arts, to our media arts and visual arts.


Participating in athletics is a crucial aspect of our middle school years. It fosters physical fitness, teamwork, and character growth. Our various sports programs offer a selection of activities to inspire students to pursue their athletic interests and cultivate healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Our dedicated coaches emphasize sportsmanship, resilience, and the importance of giving their best effort on and off the field.

Middle School Leadership

Dr. Margie Johnson

Middle School Principal

Mr. Durand Rice

Middle School Assistant Principal
School Hours
Grades 6-8 | 8:10 a.m. – 3:20 p.m.

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