Welcome to the Lancaster Campus
The beautiful 95-acre Lancaster Campus along Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, serves students in grades 6-12. Quality facilities provide many excellent learning opportunities at the Lancaster Campus.
The Rutt Academic Center, completed in the fall of 2008, includes state-of-the-art classrooms for mathematics, science, business education, and family and consumer science. Overall, the Lancaster Campus offers over 150 courses and programs, including AP courses, honors courses for college credit, and many electives. See Curriculum for a complete list of courses.
The G. Parke Book Building prepares students for careers in agriculture and technology in the Lancaster community and beyond, and is home to strong FFA program that meets during school hours like a regular class.
The Calvin & Janet High Fine Arts Center houses strong art, drama and music departments plus the state-of-the-art Weaver Auditorium that is used for daily chapels and student performances. See Fine Arts for the many opportunities offered.
Chapel services, an important part of our Christ-centered program, offer a wide variety of worship formats, including music, drama and special speakers. Small groups and Bible studies offer other opportunities for Christian growth, and Christian faith is integrated into all classes and activities. Learn more in the Spiritual Life section.
Lancaster Mennonite teams do well in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. The Center for Sports and Fitness at Lancaster includes a 1,500-seat performance gym, a training room, coaching areas, team rooms and locker rooms. Outdoors, the school boasts a new eight-lane track, an artificial turf field for boys/girls soccer and field hockey, and a lighted baseball stadium along with numerous tennis courts and practice fields. See the Athletics section.
Graybill Hall, the high school residence hall, offers a five or seven-day program for 50-60 students. Attracting students from neighboring counties and states as well as countries such as Ethiopia and Korea, the facility helps to create a richly diverse student body. See the Residential Life section.
On a campus shared with the high school, middle school students (grades 6-8) at Lancaster grow personally as they experience hands-on learning in small intimate classes taught by an outstanding team of specialized teachers. Learn more about the middle school program.