LM Campus Unification – Exciting Current & New Features

Lancaster Campus – 2176 Lincoln Highway East, Lancaster, PA 17602

We are excited about the upcoming changes at Lancaster Mennonite for the 2022-23 school year when all students will be on the Lancaster Campus. We want to share some of the unique things that are already at the beautiful 90-acre Lancaster Campus, as well as about the exciting new things you can expect.

Exciting Current Features:

  • classroom in actionClassroom Buildings – air conditioned, video projectors, and elevator accessible
    • Rutt Academic Center was built in 2008
    • ‘64 Education Building upstairs was renovated last summer and all rooms have smart projectors, new lighting, and more!
    • Buildings secured by fob and key entrances
  • State-of-the-Art Calvin and Janet High Fine Arts Center – seats 1,250 in the Weaver Auditorium
  • Two Gymnasiums, Locker Rooms, Fitness Center & Weight Room, and Athletic Training Room
    • Gym A – upgraded and renovated last year, primarily used as our sports practice gym, also used for physical education class
    • Gym B – primary facility for hosting our competitive basketball and volleyball games, also used for physical education class
  • Athletic fields – turf stadium, four grass fields, baseball and softball fields, track and field, tennis courts, and more!
  • G. Parke Book Building – Continue to provide Agriculture Science & Technology courses like small engines, welding and mechanics, woodworking, metal shop, animal biotechnology, horticulture, forestry, and more
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Education opportunities in robotics and coding, tech and design classes, visual arts, music, drama, and much more! See current STEAM Curriculum Overview
  • Beautiful Mill Stream flowing through campus
  • 90-acre campus with wooded areas, mature trees, and open grass spaces, and trails
  • Centrally located and easy access off of Route 30 on Lincoln Highway in Lancaster

Exciting New Features:

  • Rutt Academic Building (Grades PreK-4th)
    • Classroom upgrades
    • State of the art technology, each classroom equipped with an interactive projector
    • Add bathrooms between classrooms for PreK & Kindergarten
    • New MakerSpace
    • New elementary offices
    • New furniture
  • ‘64 Education Building lower level will be renovated so that all rooms have smart projectors, new lighting, new floors, and more!
    • Create new Science Labs
    • Update bathrooms that are ADA compliant
    • New furniture
    • New offices and entrance at the front of campus and renovate old offices for additional classrooms
  • new playground equipmentG. Parke Book Building
    • Create new Family and Consumer Science classrooms for cooking and sewing classes
    • Create new Design Lab and project space for middle schoolers
  • New playground
  • New turf athletic fields – resurfacing current fields
  • New driveway and gates to improve security and traffic flow and drop off and pick up, especially for elementary families