Our goal at EMS is to launch graduates into the world who are equipped mentally, emotionally, academically, and spiritually to navigate their future. We encourage and support all of our students' plans for the future, whether they pursue higher education, a wage-earning job, training in the trades, voluntary service, or a gap year experience.
Four members of the class of '22 (see the photo caption, right) completed programs at Massanutten Technical Center, preparing them for jobs and further study in particular areas of that help fulfill our mission of preparing students to excellence, integrity, and service in the world.
Class of 2023 College Acceptances
Appalachian State University, Belmont University, Blue Ridge Community College, Canadian Mennonite University, Colorado School of Mines, Christopher Newport University, Dickinson College, Eastern Mennonite University, Elon University, Furman University, George Mason University, Goshen College, Goucher College, Hesston College, Hope College, James Madison University, Lees-McRae College, Lehigh University, Liberty University, Messiah University, Michigan State University, North Carolina A&T State University, Radford University, Roanoke College, Rutgers University (New Brunswick), Saint Louis University, South Dakota State University, Spelman College, Sweet Briar College, Texas Tech University, The College of William and Mary, University of California Irvine, University of Colorado Boulder, University of Connecticut, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Lynchburg, University of Mary Washington, University of Mount Union, University of Pittsburgh, University of Richmond, University of Vermont, University of Virginia, University of Washington, Virginia Tech, Virginia Wesleyan University, Wake Forest University, Wellesley College, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, West Virginia University
EMHS teachers and administrators strive to nurture each graduate into whole people with skills that will serve them well in the next stage of their lives, whether that is in college, the work force or volunteer work. Our graduates stand out in college and university settings as strong writers and critical thinkers. They have developed study skills, self awareness and emotional maturity that prepare them for a complex, inter-connected world.
Minimum Graduation Requirements
• 4 credits of English
• 3 credits of mathematics
• 3 credits of science
• 3 credits of social studies
• 2 credits of physical and health education (including driver’s education)
• 2 credits of Bible
• 1 credit of fine arts
• .5 credit of family & consumer science
• 9.5 credit of electives
EMHS does not rank students as the small size and composition of our student body does not yield meaningful data.
Class of 2022 (36 graduates)
- 81% went on to higher education
- 11% embarked on a gap year to pursue a service assignment with a church or other learning agency
- 8% entered the workforce full time
- GPA range was 1.9786 to 4.3834.
National Merit Finalists: Since 1998 we have had 60 commended scholars, 18 finalists and one presidential scholar.
AP and Honors Courses
English Literature and Composition (AP)
Scientific Research Methods Statistics (AP)
World History (AP)
English 9 & 10 (2nd semester)
Anatomy & Physiology
Spanish III, IV
Dual Enrolled Robotics I-IV
EMS Students in the News
Peace is a fundamental aspect of human interaction that lies at the heart of our relationships with one another. It is a concept often viewed as abstract and intangible, but it can be extended to others in simple yet profound ways. This was the message that was beautifully encapsulated in the book “Peace is An Offering,” which was shared with students at an EMES gathering by Ms. Archer. “Peace is gratitude for simple things. Light through a leaf, a dragonfly’s wings.” Peace is an Offering,…Read More >