Your Gifts at Work
At Moniqua's former school, she was just getting by with the bare minimum and not applying herself to her full potential. At LMS, something clicked. "I was intrigued by the delight the teachers had to teach their subjects and to teach me as a person," she says. "A seed was planted for learning and sharing with others.
Clark was raised in a family that enjoys experiencing other cultures in their travels. "LMH reinforced these values through their emphasis on global missions and through appreciating different cultures around the world," he says, "and through the diversity of the student body."
Dan thrived at LMS where he could choose a variety of courses to explore his interests and stretch his academic abilities. "I surrounded myself with other strong students," he says. "I wanted to take classes with people who would drive me to be successful."
Before transferring to Lancaster Mennonite, Keilah was having difficulty with even basic math. Once at Lancaster Mennonite, Keilah found out immediately that the teachers truly cared about her. Not only did Keilah soon understand more about her times tables, but her confidence in her abilities, and in her potential, were multiplied.