Students are accepted into the Academy based upon an evaluation by a counselor, who will request student records from prior schools or homeschool programs. Landmark Christian Academy cannot accept any student above the ninth grade who does not have credits transferred from a bona fide school or diploma-granting homeschool organization. While we support every parent's and student's right to homeschool (and to do so without oversight by an outside entity), our ministry cannot be placed in a position of accepting or transferring credits earned in an unsupervised homeschool situation. There will be no exceptions to this rule.
Diagnostic testing will be performed only if the Academy counselor and parent are having difficulty finding proper placement for the student. If the situation requires, a simple battery of testing will be performed. The results will be used along with other factors to determine placement in the curriculum.
Prescription of Curriculum
A counselor from the Academy will work with you to help place your student in the curriculum. High school student records will be evaluated and a path toward graduation determined. This projection will remain in effect until graduation, but may be modified as needed.
Annual Achievement Testing
Annual achievement testing will be administered by the parent based on the School Calendar provided in this Handbook. Testing materials and instructions will be provided in advance of the testing dates.
Upon completion of all prescribed curriculum, a student will be graduated from the Academy. Particulars concerning graduation will be described by a counselor when the time warrants. Students must complete at least one year (6 credits) with the Academy in order to be graduated.
Landmark Christian Academy students are invited to take part in our Homeschool graduation services here at Landmark Baptist Church. Arrangements and fees will be worked out with the Academy office. Please let us know at least 3 months in advance if you plan to participate.