Our goal at EMS is to launch graduates into the world who are equipped mentally, emotionally, academically, and spiritually to navigate their future. We are proud of all of our students, whether they pursue higher education, a wage-earning job, training in the trades, voluntary service, or a "gap year" experience after graduation.

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.

Massanutten Technical Center graduates '22: Britney Garcia-Moya, auto mechanics; Avery Nussbaum, interior design; Grant Pennybacker, diesel mechanics; and (not pictured) Clint Miller, welding I and II.
Massanutten Technical Center graduates '22: Britney Garcia-Moya, auto mechanics; Avery Nussbaum, interior design; Grant Pennybacker, diesel mechanics; and (not pictured) Clint Miller, welding I and II.

Class of 2022 College Acceptances: 

Andrews University |  Appalachian State University | Belmont Abbey College | Bridgewater College | Bucknell University | Chatham University | The College of William & Mary | The College of Wooster | Delaware Valley University | Eastern Kentucky University | Eastern Mennonite University | Elon University | Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University | Emory & Henry College | George Mason University | Goshen College | Goucher College | Hesston College | James Madison University | Lafayette College | Lees-McRae College | Liberty University | Maryland Institute College of Art | Marymount University | Messiah University | Millersville University of PA |New York Institute of Technology | Pennsylvania State University | Randolph-Macon College | Roanoke College | Savannah College of Art & Design | Seton Hall University | South Dakota School of Mines | Stevenson University | Temple University | Towson University | Union College | University of Arizona | University of Cincinnati | University of Delaware | University of Georgia | University of Illinois at Chicago | University of Kansas |University of Lynchburg | University of Mary Washington | University of Richmond | University of Toronto | University of Utah | University of Vermont | University of Virginia | Virginia Commonwealth University | Virginia Tech | West Virginia University | York College Pennsylvania

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


Student Outcomes

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
Advanced Music

Analytical Writing
Biology (AP)
Calculus (AP)

Chemistry (AP)
English Literature and Composition (AP)
Scientific Research Methods Statistics (AP)
World History (AP)

Optional Honors
Algebra II
English 9 & 10 (2nd semester)
Short Fiction
Anatomy & Physiology
Environmental Science
Spanish III, IV

Dual Enrolled Robotics I-IV

Global Anabaptism
US History
Creative Writing
Global Christianity
World Issues
Kingdom Living
World History


Organic Chemistry

College Matriculations 2013-17

Eighty-five percent of EMHS graduates attend college upon graduation. A number of our graduating seniors opt to perform service and/or mission work immediately after high school before continuing their education, a true extension of our mission.

Recent graduates have attended:
American University
American University of Paris

Belmont University
Bluffton University
Boston University
Bridgewater College
Calvin College
Catholic University of America
Christopher Newport University
College of William and Mary
College of Wooster
Colorado Christian University
Culinary Institute of America, NY
East Tennessee State University
Eastern Mennonite University
Franklin & Marshall College
George Mason University
Gordon College
Goshen College
Grove City College
Hesston College
James Madison University

Juniata College
LeTourneau University
Liberty University
Laboratory Inst. of Merchandising
Longwood University
Marymount University
MA Coll. of Pharmacy & Health Sci.
Messiah College
Occidental College
Old Dominion University
Pennsylvania State University
Radford University
Regent University
Roanoke College
Rochester Institute of Technology
Shenandoah University
Temple University
Trinity College Dublin
University of Alabama
University of Arizona
University of California, Irvine
University of California, San Diego
University of Denver
University of Georgia

University of Louisville
University of Mary Washington
University of Miami
University of NC at Chapel Hill
University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
University of Richmond
University of South Carolina
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
University of Virginia
University of Waterloo
University of Wyoming
Vanderbilt University
Vassar College
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Military Institute
Virginia Tech
Washington and Lee University
Washington University in St. Louis
West Virginia University
Wheaton College IL

EMS Students in the News

Great Community Give to Support the Gathering Space

marzo 30, 2023

Gifts given to Eastern Mennonite School through the Great Community Give on April 19, 2023 will support the addition of the Gathering Space on the school’s elementary building. Gifts of any size will support  construction of the Gathering Space by helping to fund hardscaping materials, a vaulted ceiling, and oversize doors and windows that promote access to the outdoors. Eastern Mennonite School was founded in 1917 and aspires to provide a “learning community every student can belong, thrive, and live God’s call.” In 2005, the elementary…

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