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Join us in raising up the next generation of veterinarians, business leaders, engineers, nurses, social workers, artists, and world changers!

It fills me with joy to see students growing and thriving spiritually, socially, academically, and in extracurricular activities throughout their time at Lancaster Mennonite. We have just completed another great school year and graduated LM’s 81st class! In John 15:8, Jesus tells us that it brings glory to God when we bear good fruit. Our students at every grade level are blossoming and bearing much fruit!

Enjoy the photos & recap of our recent Commencement Activities celebrating our graduating seniors.
Enjoy the photos & recap of our recent Commencement Activities celebrating our graduating seniors.

Student Spotlight

Ella Brandt ’23

We celebrate with our recent graduates on their accomplishments and bless them as they move into their future callings. Ella Brandt ‘23, who will be attending Penn State University next year majoring in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, reflects on the important ways that LM has nurtured her interests and cultivated her giftings:

“Through the classes and hands-on experiences with animals and the environment I have discovered what I love to do and that I want to be an emergency veterinarian! Lancaster Mennonite has impacted my faith by providing me an understanding of Jesus, how to carry out His message and live my faith by helping others as He would do.” – Ella Brandt ‘23

I am excited to see the ways that Ella and other students will continue to shape our world for the better. You make these opportunities possible for students!

Jazariah Martinez ’32

We see the seeds of Christ-like service, love and hope bearing fruit in our younger students as well. Fourth grader, Jazariah Martinez, shares:

“My favorite classes are math and clarinet. I also enjoy making cards with my classmates to send to people, because it’s a kind way to cheer up someone and show them God’s love.”

As a 4th grade student she is already impacting the lives of others through her acts of service to actively live out her faith. She is a world changer!


Thank you for being a part of the Christ-centered education at LM that is building the next generation of world changers!

We invite your support as we fill the remaining gap of $200,598 to meet our annual fund needs.

Together we plant the little seeds of service, nurture connection to the vine that is Christ, and celebrate the fruit that God is cultivating in the lives of students, families and alumni of LM! We are deeply grateful for your continued financial and prayer support of Christ-centered, world changing education.


MichalelBadriakiDr. Michael Badriaki