Learning for lives of purpose

At every grade level, Dock academics are intended to foster a life-long love of learning.

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We are navigating another challenging and unusual year. This has required much flexibility, grace, and patience from each of you. We are filled with gratitude that Dock was able to have students gather in person this year. Learning and exploration continued. Relationships were formed and strengthened. God has been faithful this year!

Dock continues to partner with parents and church congregations in shaping the lives of young people. We celebrate your generosity, and your role in providing a faith-infused education for our students. We welcome your continued support as we inspire young people to grow and lead the next generation toward a life of impact for Christ!

Blessings,

Dr. Conrad Swartzentruber

Superintendent

 

"I just want to take a moment to say thank you. It is obvious that Dock has spent time and prepared a plan that takes into account the many different thoughts, opinions, concerns, and frustrations of all families during this pandemic. While it is impossible to please everyone, it is clear the two options you have outlined have the biggest probability of satisfying the majority of your families. Providing two options is so refreshing and I realize this will be much extra work for your staff and teachers…thank you! This will be our oldest child's first year at the school, and we could not be more pleased with our choice of Dock!" 

Dock Elementary Family

"I am confident in the decisions made by the administration, board and pandemic team. There are two options, on-campus learning or remote learning, for Early Childhood through 12th grade. Thank you, Dock administrators, for spending your summer planning for the fall. I know many families from other schools are concerned about the options available to them. Dock has a large facility with a smaller number of students, so safety, academics, and social interactions will not be compromised!"

Dock high school parent