Ways to stay involved...
Whether you graduated two years ago or 20 years ago, you are a cornerstone of our school’s future. We want to stay connected...
Send an update when you change your email, phone or mailing address. This will help us to let you know about events, reunions, and news that may interest you. Email email@example.com or fill out our simple form.
Suggest an alumnus for our alumni stories celebration each fall at homecoming.
Refer a student: Send names of students K-12 (or their parents) who you think would find EMS to be a good fit. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Encourage them to schedule a visit!
Make a gift. Donations from alumni and friends make an EMS education accessible to more students.
Volunteer: Let us know if you would like to speak in chapel, help with grounds keeping, serve on the alumni board, the board of trustees or help with events.
Pray for our students, teachers, and staff. View news articles or our strategic plan for specific ideas.
Alumni Association Board
- Caitlin Helmuth '05 Tice, President
- Virgil Miller '74, Vice President
- Annette Loker '96, Secretary
- Myron Blosser '79
- Everett Brubaker '10
- Mattias Clymer '06
- Ann Eberly '64
- Joy Kingsley-Ibeh '93
- Eric Martin '72
- Mark Showalter '87
- Ramona Steiner Rios '94
- Khampha Stempel '17
- Ethan Zook '05
- Trisha Maust '95 Blosser
- Andrea Schrock '82 Wenger
A bit of a long-term “bromance” among three members of the Eastern Mennonite High School class of ‘98 sets a lighthearted tone for some serious work at Rosetta Stone in downtown Harrisonburg these days. During high school, Dan Steller and David Wingfield were known for antics up front, especially during chapel. Peter was on the quieter side. Now, the three are part of a team racing against time to help preserve the endangered Ojibwe language. The ’98 grads’ work is guided by members of the…Read More >
Your Gifts Matter!
Alumni help us make an EMS education possible for people from a variety of traditions and backgrounds. It's a blessing to see our alumni's gifts used in your work and service, and also in how you give back to your learning community.
The cost of tuition covers only about 80 percent of the cost of a student’s year at EMS. Please consider how you might empower future leaders of integrity by making a gift to:
- the EMS Second Century (Annual) Fund
- the Christmas Fund Drive when a student calls or writes
- the Virginia Tax Credit Scholarship program.
- an endowed scholarship
We also invite you to consider a legacy gift by joining our 1917 Circle planned giving program. Bequests from donors are a cornerstone of EMS financial aid.
Paul Leaman, Head of School
Head of School