Mennonite Schools Council

​Mennonite Schools Council (MSC) is a network of Mennonite early childhood through grade twelve schools committed to supporting Christ-centered Anabaptist education through networking and resourcing schools.

Member schools share a commitment to value-added education that promotes excellence and teaches from a Christ-centered foundation. In the classroom, on an athletic field, out in the community, or in the lunchroom, MSC schools are instilling Christ’s way of peace, reconciliation, and service. Whether a student is in preschool, elementary, middle or high school, Mennonite education is making a positive difference!

MSC is led by an executive committee comprised of appointed MSC school administrators. Member schools participate in a variety of events and programs, including an Anabaptist Mennonite accreditation protocol, formal networking opportunities for administrators, music festivals, professional development, and more. Each MSC school is accountable to its local school board. MEA and MC USA support the quality Anabaptist education available in each school but have no formal leadership, oversight, or accountability function within MSC or any MSC member school.

If you would like more information about MSC, please contact Dr. Conrad Swartzentruber, To get more information about a particular school, please use the contact information on the school map.

We have created a list of key resources for all Mennonite Schools Council Educators.


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