Education designed for success
An educational program
that strives for academic excellence
Regarded as one of the best US high schools for international students, Lancaster Mennonite is a private high school that is known for academic excellence. We provide an outstanding educational experience to develop skills and character that propel the students towards success in college and beyond.
LM offers an array of courses, including Honors, Advanced Placement, and other college-level courses to support the students’ individual abilities, interests, and goals. With a low student-to-teacher ratio, LM’s exceptional faculty is committed to providing quality education to help students discover their strengths and prepare well for college.
LM Lancaster offers over 150 courses, including 24 Honors, Advanced Placement, and college-level courses to support the students’ individual abilities, interests and goals.
LM Hershey's small class sizes and personal attention allow for a more customized education and help students thrive academically. Test scores are consistently well above national and state averages.
Stats That Matter
student to teacher ratio
for effective learning and class management
AP and honors courses offered
greatly preparing students for college
of students go to 2-4 college or service
encouraging education beyond high school
class opportunities for all interests
a few of the top-ranked colleges our graduates have been accepted to
The teachers at LM have a great impact on my life!
They have helped me build my self-confidence and encouraged me to dream and work towards what I want to be in the future. LM is an extraordinary school, which helped me succeed by believing in this principle: "If you can dream it, you can do it."
- Estella Fan Xinyuan, China – LM Alumna, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Sciences
LM’s rigorous college prep program has enabled its students to enroll in prestigious universities.
College prep that is
suited to you!
for post-secondary education
Enroll in Lancaster's
immersive ESL program
English as Second Language (ESL) classes serve students who are learning English as a non-native language. The goal of ESL is to bring students to a level of English proficiency whereby they can participate fully in other academic courses and transition successfully to post-secondary education. Most colleges require a TOEFL iBT score of at least 80 for admission, students who desire to exit the high school ESL program are expected to score near that level.