Continuing Education Opportunities
A professional development conference for Mennonite educators early childhood through grade 12.
Curriculum and Instruction Resources
Anabaptist Faith Formation Curriculum
Written by Alan and Eleanor Kreider, these short dramas bring to life select stories of early Anabaptists.
Designed to raise up young people who understand and practice faith-based stewardship, this curriculum was developed by MSC and Everence.
A comprehensive PreK-8 Bible curriculum for classroom use.
An Anabaptist Bible curriculum used in the various Mennonite high schools.
Study Guide by Alma Ovalle
Written by John D. Roth, this book makes the case for a church-related alternative to public school, shaped by the distinctive emphases of the Anabaptist Mennonite tradition.
Written by Harry Loewen and Steven M. Nolt, this book presents the Mennonite faith story within the sweep of church history. It is an introduction to the Mennonite faith story and a good text for teaching students at Mennonite institutions about Mennonite origins and beliefs.
Other Mennonite Schools Council Resources
Yearly middle and high school music festivals in band, orchestra and choir bring together students from MSC member institutions.
A list of 15 statements of Anabaptist –Mennonite Faith in Practice in our Schools.
Accreditation for certification as an Anabaptist Mennonite educational institution.
An in-depth look at Mennonite Schools Council and the benefits of membership.
Job openings at Mennonite institutions early childhood through seminary.
A map and listing of all the MSC schools, locations and websites.
Interested in starting a Mennonite school? Click here to download a copy of the handbook developed by MSC in 2009.
Everything you need to know about being a member of MSC.
Member schools of MSC share travel costs for MSC related events to help keep events affordable for all member schools regardless of geographic region. This form is for use by MSC members following travel to MSC events.