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Fall 2022

2022-23 Launches With Hope

“Community” is our Chapel and Gathering theme this year which began August 16 with 383 students: 106 in grades K to 5; 118 in 6 to 8; and 159 in 9 to 12. 53 faith communities are represented, including Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and multi-faith, and some with no affiliation 21% identify as various races…

1,000th Soccer Game

EMHS boys varsity soccer team played its 1,000th game on Sept. 29 with a home game against New Covenant Schools. The program was launched in 1967 with Coach Ron Koppenhaver, followed by Eric Martin ’72 and Kendal Bauman. Current coach Ryan Eshleman-Robles ’09 is in his fourth season. As a visual to help grasp the…

New Multicultural Scholarship

The Students of Color Scholarship Fund has been renamed the Mul- ticultural Scholarship Fund. The endowed fund provides financial assistance to qualifying students to diversify and enrich the school. “We want our student body to better reflect the cultures and traditions of Harrisonburg, our country, and world,” says Paul Leaman, head of school. “We also…

Celebrating Alumni Stories: Carl Stauffer ’82

We celebrate alumni stories to hear each others’ journeys since high school and to be inspired bylives of service, professional contributions, Christian commitment, and community engagement. Q: What years did you attend EMS? What “brought” you to the school? I attended EMHS 1980-1982, my junior and senior years. My parents moved back from church work…

Celebrating Alumni Stories: Ethan Zook ’72

We celebrate alumni stories to hear each others’ journeys since high school and to be inspired bylives of service, professional contributions, Christian commitment, and community engagement. Q: What years did you attend EMS? What “brought” you to the school? I attended 8 – 12th grade from 1967 – 1972. After attending first grade in Belleville,…

Celebrating Alumni Stories: Janelle Cunalata ’02

We celebrate alumni stories to hear each others’ journeys since high school and to be inspired bylives of service, professional contributions, Christian commitment, and community engagement. - Janelle Cunalata is a member of the American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) and The National Association for Music Education (MENC).…

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