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Dock Mennonite Academy has taught generations of students to be inquisitive, confident thinkers who lead lives of purpose in service to others.

Mennonite values are fundamental to a Dock education, and students emerge with an understanding of God's unconditional love, a respect for others, and a humble attitude of service. From the first day of preschool until graduation, each student is supported by a caring community that is an extension of family.

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Grades Nine to Twelve

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Dock By The Numbers


of students receive financial aid or discounts

Aid can include direct support from Dock or assistance from churches


Percentage of graduates who attend college

Others take a gap year for service or enter the workforce


Percentage of Faculty with Advanced Degrees

Dock strives to develop a life-long love of learning—and our faculty lead the way.

$1 million

Amount of financial aid awarded annually

Churches, businesses, alumni, and other donors help us make Dock more affordable for families


Faculty to Student Ratio

Class sizes offer opportunities for quality teacher-student interaction and individual attention


countries represented

A global perspective is a strength of the Dock experience


churches represented

Dock serves many other denominations; less than half of our students are Mennonite


Percentage of students who participate in a co-curricular activity

From athletics to music to drama to robotics and more, students have rich opportunities beyond the classroom


Percentage of students annually who take and pass at least one AP Exam

Our faculty encourage students to stretch themselves to reach their full potential


Number of Advanced, Honors, or AP class options

Students have the opportunity to dive deeper in almost any academic area, including science, math, economics, art, and more.


Percentage of students participating in one or more sports

Student-athletes find excellent opportunities to participate in spor(s) they love, even as freshmen


Number of league championships claimed by Dock teams

The Bicentennial Athletic League provides strong competition from both public and private schools


Number of district titles claimed by Dock teams

District 1 is traditionally one of the largest and most competitive districts in PIAA, comprising of teams from Bucks and Montgomery counties


Number of state championships Dock teams have won

Dock has been particularly successful in baseball and soccer, and has a Final Four appearance in field hockey as well

Purpose That Inspires

A warm welcome

"The first day I came here I was constantly surprised as people came up to me introducing themselves and asking if I needed help finding anything. Students and teachers constantly made me feel like I had been here forever."

Grade 9 - 12 Student

Sense of community

"I knew this was where I wanted to be. The campus surprised me; in one visit I sensed the community here. Upperclassmen interacted with underclassmen; that didn’t happen in public school. I admired that feeling of community."

Grade 9 to 12 student

The total student

"I am privileged to teach in an environment where children are nurtured in every aspect of development: emotional, social, intellectual, physical and spiritual. Dock provides an all-encompassing educational journey for every child."

EC-Grade 8 teacher

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