Fine Arts

Discovery and Expression

At all educational levels, art is integral to an LM education. Creatively taught, art can be a pathway to learn about, or reinforce the learning of, many subjects such as history and geography — even mathematics and science. Lancaster Mennonite provides artistic skills, appreciation and opportunities that nourish creativity and a deeper understanding of God and the world.


Art is an integral part of education at the Kraybill Campus and is used to reinforce teaching many other subject areas such as history — even mathematics and science. Students learn about culture and history as they study art through the ages. Art classes are offered for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, taught by a certified art teacher. Kraybill students regularly participate in inter-scholastic fine arts competition. The campus’s own Palazzo Gallery provides a space for the exhibition of artwork by alumni and local artists.


Middle school students perform a theatrical production each year.


  • Music specialists for both elementary and middle school
  • Music productions each year involving every student
  • Instrumental music program for grades 4-8
  • Middle school choir
  • Middle school boys choir

Mennonite Children’s Choir of Lancaster (MCCL)

A program of Lancaster Mennonite School as a service to the community, MCCL offers both auditioned and non-auditioned choral opportunities for children in grades 1 through 12. Singers do not need to attend Lancaster Mennonite School to participate.