From a donor....
"EMHS got me on the right path by fostering a community with high morals and high expectations. By giving to Eastern Mennonite School, I can help others get on the right track too."
We give to Eastern Mennonite School as they help build a strong Christian foundation in our kids while they are still at a young age. The principal, teachers and staff genuinely care about each child.
-Current EMES parent
"For generations EMHS has been providing a stellar education through an Anabaptist lens. I benefited from that education, the connections, and the teachers and staff who gave of their time, energy and resources to teach here.
I am so thankful that EMHS didn't give up on me and kept inviting me back to its community. ...I give to EMHS because it's the least I can do so say thank you. "
Looking back, EMHS was an important facilitator for me to help become the man I am today. My wife and I were happy we were able to give in these unprecedented times! I pray all those that want to attend EMS have the ability, and that my family and I can continue to support the school in the future.
- Alum '06
I've always cherished my EMHS days. My sister attended before me, and my mom went to EMS in the 1940s. I'm grateful for the education I received, and the values of compassion, justice and love that are still taught at EMS. I also like what I perceive as an ethical and caring administration and teachers and other staff at EMS.
- Marie Hertzler, Alum
Your gifts make an EMS experience possible!
“Faith at Work” is the theme students in grades K-12 will explore with guests, faculty, staff and student speakers at Eastern Mennonite School this year as part of faith formation programming. Pianist and chapel favorite, Dr. David Berry III, launched the series by sharing a about a time that he blanked out, right before he was to start playing a 40-minute piano concerto from memory in front of 800 people with jumbotrons broadcasting his image. (Watch the video to see what happened next!) Berry, associate…Read More >
As a senior, I always get the question, “So what are you planning on doing after you graduate?" Or, "what will you major in college?”
To be honest, I'm not entirely sure. I have so many interests that have developed during my time here and it's hard to think about choosing just one thing to focus on. One thing that I am certain of is that the wisdom and advice I've received at EMS will help me in whichever career I end up pursuing in the near future.
-- Isabella Madrid, class of 2020