OUR PREK-12 STUDENTS ARE WORLD CHANGERS TOGETHER.
We hope you will join us on a virtual tour to begin to experience the caring, diverse community and unique programs that represent the LM difference! At Lancaster Mennonite, we believe in creating an inspiring, faith-based atmosphere, where students are provided the opportunity to reach their full potential and be equipped to flourish in the real world.
Virtual Photo Tours at LM
Students are welcome to enter Lancaster Mennonite School at any grade level from PreK through grade 12 for educational excellence in a caring Christ-centered environment. We are able to now provide families Private In-Person Tours or Virtual Tours and further conversation with an Admissions Counselor.
See the links below to view our school, and to connect with our Admissions Department to learn more about LM.
PreK, Elementary, Middle & High School (Grades PreK-12th)
Our beautiful 95-acre campus along Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster, serves students in grades PreK-12. As one of the top schools in this region, voted #1 K-12 Private School by the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal for 2019 and Newsweek Top 5,000 STEM High Schools. The school has state-of-the-art facilities, many extracurricular and opportunities for students to excel inside and outside of the classroom through sports, clubs, music, drama, visual arts, and much more. This campus offers Project-Based Learning (PBL) for our middle school students, and a Spanish Immersion Program and MakerSpace classes for elementary students as some of the unique offerings in our Christ-centered community Nurturing teachers provide students with an enriching education by creating a fun and safe environment to cultivate academic excellence in a diverse student body.
Students Share What They Love about LM!
Current students voice what they appreciate about Lancaster Mennonite and their experience being part of our community. Some of these students have been at LM since elementary school, while others joined in middle school or high school. Hear first-hand from them what they are involved in, how teachers and friends have shaped their faith formation, and why they love coming to school.