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Belleville Mennonite School seeks to partner with the families and churches of our students to support the school's mission.  BMS was founded by area church ministers and leaders who sought to provide an environment where the children of their homes and congregations were not only educated, but enriched in a Christ-centered environment and taught and guided by Christian teachers. The vision that these ministers and leaders had in 1945 still stands today as our Christian teachers strive to develop the hearts and minds of students in the name of Christ.  
BMS values the extraordinary role that churches and church leaders play in the lives of our students.  We are deeply grateful for the home churches of our families.  These churches, from many denominations, include:

Allensville Community Church

Allensville Mennonite

Bannerville Church of the Brethren

Beavertown Bible Church

Big Valley Bible Church

Calvary

Calvary Bible

Crossview Missional Church

Dublin Mills Community Church

Evangel Baptist

Freedom Ave United Methodist Church

Grace Community - Mount Union

Grace Covenant

Grace United Methodist

Grove Memorial

Immanual Bible Church

Juniata Christian Fellowship

Kish Valley Grace Brethren

Lewistown 1st Church of the Brethren

Life Center Ministries

Locust Grove Mennonite

Maitland Church of the Brethren

Maple Grove Mennonite

McVeytown Presbyterian

McVeytown United Methodist

Mifflin County Community Church

Milroy CMA

Mountain View Mennonite

New Life Church

New Life Fellowship

Pine Glen CMA

Pine Glen Church of the Brethren

Rhodes Memorial Church

River Church

Ryde United Methodist

Sacred Heart of Jesus

Samuel's Church

Spring Run Church of the Brethren

St. John's Lutheran (Belleville)

St. Paul's Lutheran (Milroy)

Strodes Mills Baptist Church

State College Assembly of God

Trinity United Methodist

Watts United Methodist

 


We are educating students from many  Christian faith backgrounds. Some people believe that Belleville Mennonite School is actually a school for Amish or primarily for Mennonites — a surprising statement for those who attend BMS and know about the school. Despite being located in the heart of Amish country, BMS is a PreK-12th grade school offering a Christ-centered, excellent education to students of all Christian faiths.