What We Believe
In 1944 a group of conservative Mennonite families in Gap were looking for an opportunity to establish a school that taught faith in Christ alongside academics. At the same time, Paradise Township was consolidating its public schools and a one-room schoolhouse on South Kinzer Road went up for auction. These families bought the schoolhouse and Linville Hill Mennonite School was born. Since that inaugural year, our community has been committed to building a school that would honor the Lord and partner with families to train their children to follow Him.
While our community has become increasingly more diverse, now serving families from more than 50 different congregations, we remain committed to the principles highlighted in the Philosophy of Education, Core Values and Statement of Faith that have guided our program for most of the last 70 years.
Please take time to explore these guiding documents below.