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Equipping students for a life of faith & learning

Western Mennonite School
Equipping students for a life of faith & learning

Academics

Students at Western Mennonite are prepared for a lifetime of learning by being challenged to develop analytical and critical thinking skills in a broad program of college/university preparatory, technological, practical arts, and fine arts courses. WMS commits to helping each student reach individual academic goals by offering modification and individual help as needed, and we promote the value and contributions of all people and cultures.

 

High School Academic Program

We offer a college/university preparatory curriculum that includes college credit and/or advanced level classes in all core subject areas. Our program includes assistance with SAT registration and preparation, college applications, scholarships, financial aid, university campus visits, and tours. Supervised study hall is offered for students who need academic support.

 

Middle School Academic Program

Middle school is an important transition time in the lives of young people. Our middle school program reflects an awareness and sensitivity to this transition. It is our goal that the curriculum content meet the developmental needs unique to children of this age while providing a solid foundation for the academic rigors of high school. The program focuses on building upon and refining established knowledge and skills; however, the central emphasis is on nurturing faith development and expanding Biblical knowledge.

 

 

RECENT ACADEMIC NEWS

20th Annual Golf Tournament

Posted on Jul 12, 2017

Join the WMS community for a time of fun, fellowship and food while supporting the athletic program at the 20th Annual WMS Golf Benefit Tournament, an 18 hole 4-person team scramble tournament.

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Solar Eclipse Campout

Posted on Jun 12, 2017

Take advantage of our 45 acre campus to come view the 2017 Solar Eclipse with your family and friends!

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Class of 2017

Posted on Jun 7, 2017

The Class of 2017 have received their diplomas, thrown their caps, and said farewell to their high school years! It is the prayer of WMS faculty and staff that the school has fulfilled it’s mission to equip each of them for lives of faith and learning.  The senior class chose Robby Gilliam, who attended Western as a student and also worked at the school, as their Commencement speaker for the positive role that he played in many of their lives when he was on staff at WMS. He challenged them to prioritize the important things in life...

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