Bethany Christian Schools is a private school for grades 4-12 with about 300 students. The high school was founded in 1954, expanded to include a middle school in 1996, and added elementary grades 4-5 in 2011. Bethany is owned and operated by Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference. The schools are located at the south edge of Goshen, Indiana, a city of about 25,000 people.
Bethany provides an education with learning that lasts and faith that lives. Discover the difference!
Teachers are at the heart of a Christ-centered school. For them, teaching is not just a job, but a calling. Our teachers, coaches, administrators, and staff model Christ's love to students and incorporate the teachings of Jesus into the classroom, athletics, and daily work. Students explore Christ's call on their lives, seeking a faith they can own. Bethany works in partnership with church and home to nurture youth in Christian faith, provides students with Christian adult mentors other than their parents, and plans activities to help student develop many friendships.
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Bethany prepares students for college and career through a challenging curriculum. Bethany's high graduation rate and SAT and ISTEP scores exceed state and local averages and reflect the excellent academic instruction and individualized attention that Bethany students receive.
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Over three-fourths of Bethany students—many who would not have such opportunity at larger schools—have participated in at least one sport and often with success as high school teams have won numerous sectional championships.
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Music and Drama
Bethany provides private and classroom instrumental and vocal music instruction. Additionally, students can participate in musicals, select choirs, state contests, and assist in chapels.
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