Are you accredited?
LCA began in 1978 and is a member of the American Association of Christian Schools and the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools. Landmark Christian Academy holds a full accreditation status by the American Association of Christian Schools and is certified by the Kentucky Non-Public School Commission.

What is the enrollment?
LCA has approximately 185 students, in three-year-old Kindergarten through twelfth grade.
 
What is the average class size?
A low average class size of 14 students allows teachers to show individual care and attention for each student.
 
Do you have extended care before and after school?
Yes, ESD (Extended School Day) is available before school beginning at 7:00 a.m. and after school from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. ESD is billed monthly, based on the specific number of hours used during each month.
 
Are your students required to wear uniforms?
Yes, LCA's dress code consists school uniform purchased through Shaheen’s Department Store. A school uniform avoids confusion about permissible school dress, allows our students to look sharp in appearance, and diminishes students’ concern and comparison of clothing.
 
How much “religion” is taught? Do all students take Bible?
Our goal is to ensure that every student knows Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and desires to obey Him with their lives. Our Bible program is a vital part in this goal becoming a reality. Bible is integrated into all subject areas in each grade level. Students have daily Bible classroom instruction and attend chapel once a week.
 
What credentials do your teachers have?
From Kindergarten through 12th grade, the faculty members of LCA have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, and some have a Master’s degree as well.  Our teachers are also certified through the American Association of Christian Schools and continually grow in their pedagogy through teacher’s clinics and conferences.
 
Are you affiliated with a church?
LCA is a ministry of Landmark Baptist Church. However, LCA has many other area churches represented in our student body.