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LM Art and Makerspace teacher offers Collaborative Portraits for Benefit Auction
Bid on this one-of-a-kind experience for your student now at our benefit auction
LM End of Year Updates for Academics, Events, Student Items and More
Thank you for partnering with us in this educational experience we are creating together
Activities to do at Home for High School Kids
Make a new recipe or explore your world through photography - things to do at home as a high schooler
From LM’s Architectural Design Class to Rhode Island School of Design: Matt Barley ’97
“During Aden Stoltzfus’ architectural design class,” he recounted, “I realized that when I dream designs in my mind and sketch those designs on paper
Janell Almodovar-Cora ‘98 Designs With Style
“For me, personally,” Almodovar-Cora says, “LM’s art department gave me a sense of belonging.”
Dean ‘84 and Jan ‘85 (Steffy) Mast Stitch Together the Quilting Community
During their time at LM, Dean and Jan found opportunities to express themselves, deepen their faith and develop the leadership skills they required la
Hans Smucker ‘02 Behind the Scenes
Hans Smucker ‘02 found his calling working in LM’s Fine Arts Center. Under the supervision of technical director Ryan Rohrer ‘95.
Community is Front and Center for Almanzar ’09’s Art
Salina Almanzar ‘09 has made community-driven art both a passion and a career. She runs Art Pop, a Lancaster Public Art initiative that spawned the ce
Lancaster Mennonite High School Stages Romeo and Juliet, Classic Romantic Tragedy
Drama Department Performs Romeo and Juliet
Leading STEAM Exploration Through Art Engages Students Early and Often!
Locust Grove's After School Coding Club explored LittleBits last year, and this article and case study features our Art Teacher, Jenna Longenecker
Mark Breneman ’02, Google UX Designer – “ARTS AND TECH DON’T HAVE TO BE DIFFERENT CAREER TRACKS.”
He wants high school and college students to know that it is possible to combine your passions, even when the employment opportunities aren’t obvious.