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Juniata Mennonite School
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Juniata Mennonite School was established  in 1954 by a group of Mennonite families  interested in providing a Christian  education for their children.  The Delaware  Mennonite congregation made their  recently vacated church building available  and the school was named Delaware  Mennonite School.  
Beginning in 1954 with 39 students in  grades one through ten, the enrollment has  varied considerably over the years.   Following the organizational changes in  1980, the school has received increasing  support from a wider group of parents. In  1980, a new organization formed whereby  the school came under the direction of an  association of patrons.  The school's name  was changed to Juniata Mennonite School.
On April 11, 1988, the school moved to  new facilities in McAlisterville,  Pennsylvania.  This move has provided  opportunity for an expanded enrollment  and also a greatly improved learning  environment.  The school has recently  added additional office, library, and  classroom space and now has a full high  school program.  
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©JMS 2014
Junniata Mennonite School
About JMS
Home About JMS Academics Admissions Athletics School sale Service Contact
Juniata Mennonite School was established  in 1954 by a group of Mennonite families  interested in providing a Christian  education for their children.  The Delaware  Mennonite congregation made their  recently vacated church building available  and the school was named Delaware  Mennonite School.  
Beginning in 1954 with 39 students in  grades one through ten, the enrollment has  varied considerably over the years.   Following the organizational changes in  1980, the school has received increasing  support from a wider group of parents. In  1980, a new organization formed whereby  the school came under the direction of an  association of patrons.  The school's name  was changed to Juniata Mennonite School.
On April 11, 1988, the school moved to  new facilities in McAlisterville,  Pennsylvania.  This move has provided  opportunity for an expanded enrollment  and also a greatly improved learning  environment.  The school has recently  added additional office, library, and  classroom space and now has a full high  school program.  
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