Curious about Dock?
Early Childhood and Kindergarten Open House
Tuesday, February 11
To learn more, contact the Admissions office at 215.723.1196, or email email@example.com
Dock offers a balanced integration of faith and learning that teaches students to be confident thinkers who lead lives of purpose.
At every grade level, Dock students learn essential life skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, inquisitiveness, teamwork and leadership.
Consider the long view, and choose a school that is going to prepare your child not just for college, but for life.
"Mrs. Mast brought Physics to life for me. She said she wanted me to graduate with a new way of thinking; of looking deeper than the 'how' and wondering 'why.' For me, Mrs. Mast was not so much a Physics teacher as she was a life teacher."
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"Senior year I began to appreciate the relationships I had with teachers at Dock. Each one cared deeply about me, which is why they continually pushed me to do the best I could."
"I am extremely satisfied with Dock. My children love school and I feel very supported as a parent. I am so happy I made the switch; my only regret is that I didn't do it sooner."
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"My four years at Dock were life-changing. Dock taught me to be myself, how to excel in school, how to be a good friend, and how to let Christ shine through me."
Students in Montgomery County are smoking cigarettes less—but they are vaping more. Sometimes perceived as a “safer, healthier” alternative to smoking, vaping continues to increase dramatically, putting users at risk. Parents interested in more information about vaping are invited to attend a Parent Forum on Thursday, January 30, at 7:00 p.m. in the Rosenberger Academic Center library at Dock Mennonite Academy.
The forum will feature guest speaker David Fialko, a certified tobacco prevention and treatment specialist for The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. Mr. Fialko made a presentation on vaping to faculty and staff at Dock during the 2018-19 school year, and the response was so favorable that the school asked him back to educate students on the realities of vaping. After his Parent Forum presentation, Mr. Fialko will hold a question & answer session.
If you have questions about the Parent Forum, please contact Dock Mennonite Academy at 215.362.2675. The Grades 9-12 Campus is located at 1000 Forty Foot Road, Lansdale, PA 19446.