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Grades 9 - 12

Welcome to the Guidance Office!

The Dock Mennonite Academy Guidance Department seeks to be an advocate for all students within the Dock community. We facilitate the academic, spiritual, and lifestyle development of our students by providing caring and supportive services that give respect and responsibility to each individual.  

The Guidance Department strives to help students independently use their learning to meet the following three primary goals:

  • implement strategies for healthy social, emotional, and spiritual growth
  • explore and determine a clear and viable career or educational pathway based on gifts, passion, and strengths
  • effectively participate and contribute to the larger global community.

 Please feel free to connect with your child’s counselor as concerns arise or if there are any additional ways we can be of support!

Lori Leaman: (Grades 10 & 12)

Ken Kabakjian: (Grades 9 & 11)

Guidance Office News

Dock adds a new scholarship

Doris S. Heilemann Nursing Scholarship 

Dock Mennonite Academy is pleased to announce the Doris S. Heilemann Scholarship for a student pursing a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing or the equivalent. This scholarship is a four-year scholarship and is need-based! A typical recipient may receive between $10,000 and $15,000 per year for tuition, totaling between $40,000 and $60,000 over a four-year period. Please contact the Dock Guidance Office for additional information and an application. Applications are due on February 15, 2022.        

Download the application

Doris S. Heilemann 

Doris (Steckel) Heilemann passed away on July 4, 2021 at Grand View Hospital. Before her death, she created the Doris S. Heilemann Nursing Scholarship to provide financial support to students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

Doris was born in 1930 in Philadelphia but spent many of her adult years in Skippack. She graduated from Germantown High School in 1947 and worked for Bell Telephone Company in the financial department. She married Harold Heilemann and they enjoyed traveling to all 50 states and many countries in the world. Doris retired early and spent years volunteering at North Penn Hospital and Trinity Lutheran Church.