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.
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 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.
Western Mennonite School is excited to add a K-5 elementary school to its already established (75 years) 6-12 Christian school. This move to pioneer an elementary school is predicated on two main desires: One, to provide our families a consistent place for their child’s uninterrupted K-12th grade Christian Education, and second, to provide our students with a comprehensive program that focuses on character, cultural literacy, and higher level skills necessary for success in the 21st century.
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