Thank you for your interest in Landmark Christian Academy! The following information explains how to learn about our school, apply online, and become a student of LCA!
1. Schedule a Tour
If you would like an informational visit and campus tour prior to submitting application forms, call our school office at 502.933.3000 to schedule a visit.
2. Apply Online
Complete the online Application Packet and submit the $50 application fee (nonrefundable).
3. Take an Entrance Exam
After completing the application, an entrance exam is required for Grades K5-12. Entrance testing will be scheduled through the school office.
Applicants should bring a copy of their most recent report card or transcripts with them to their entrance exam appointment. Grade 6-12 applicants will also complete a Student Questionnaire at the time of the entrance exam. Grade 4-12 applicants will have an interview with administration during this entrance testing appointment.
4. Enroll Online
Once your student has been accepted, you will be emailed a link to complete the enrollment process. Complete the online Enrollment Packet and submit the enrollment fee. (The enrollment fee is discounted for early registration!)
Finalize your enrollment by submitting all required forms. These can be conveniently uploaded within the online enrollment or delivered to the school office.
- Documented Kentucky Certificate of Immunization Form
- Preventative Health Care Examination Form or a Kentucky Certificate of Religious Exemption
- Copy of the applicant’s Birth Certificate
Tuition assistance may be available for families who would not be able to pay the full tuition cost. For details, see Tuition Assistance. Click here for more information.
Landmark Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. LCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, athletics, and other school-controlled programs. However, selection of students is based upon openings in the particular grade levels, and entrance test, and an interview with administration. Family life, academic performance, and general behavior are also considered