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Our Mission & Graduate Profile

Our Mission

Dock Mennonite Academy inspires and equips each student to serve with a global perspective by integrating faith, academic excellence and life-enriching opportunities in a Christ-centered community.


Our Graduate Profile

As schools providing an Anabaptist-Mennonite education*, Dock Mennonite Academy recognizes that its graduates are in transition. The education process seeks to honor and develop the uniqueness of each student and his/her role within the community where their gifts, talents and learning are applied. To this end, a graduate of this educational system is a person who:

Academic

  • values and demonstrates life-long learning including skills of problem solving, problem posing, critical thinking and cooperation.
  • exhibits competency in the basic skills and knowledge of the academic disciplines.
  • communicates effectively through speaking and writing.
  • uses, recognizes and appreciates creativity and artistic expression.
  • incorporates available technology appropriately.

Spiritual

  • embraces a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • exhibits a growing life of discipleship.
  • practices spiritual disciplines.
  • discovers, defines and develops her/his God-given gifts.
  • cultivates a Christian worldview informed by Anabaptist-Mennonite theology and tradition.
  • articulates his/her beliefs, values and convictions clearly.
  • accepts the Scriptures as the Word of God and as the fully reliable and trustworthy standard for Christian faith and life.

Lifestyle

  • practices stewardship of all that God has entrusted to her/him.
  • thinks and operates with a global perspective.
  • promotes forgiveness, understanding, reconciliation and non-violent resolution of conflict.
  • participates in congregational/church life.
  • respects diversity.
  • models servanthood by participating in service opportunities.
  • practices wellness of mind and body.
  • values God's Word, people and creation.

* Framed within the context of the Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective

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