370 students, grades 9 - 12, in a coeducational setting
Dock Mennonite Academy has 35 faculty members (full & part time) on the Grades 9 - 12 campus, for a student/faculty ratio of under 12 to 1.
A majority of Dock students benefit from tuition assistance or help from their congregations.
For the 2015-16 school year, Dock distributed more than $600,000 in financial aid to Dock families.
Most students come from the North Penn, Souderton, and Pennridge areas, but 13 public school districts receive bussing to Dock at no cost.
30 Mennonite congregations and many alumni, parents, grandparents, businesses, and friends provide vision, encouragement, and funding for the school's program. The student body has connections to over 94 churches of various denominations.
Christopher Dock welcomes students of a wide diversity of academic abilities and backgrounds and strives to maximize the potential of each student. The school focuses on the following goals as high priority.
Competency in the basic disciplines
Ability to think critically and creatively
Understanding and acceptance of other cultures
Appreciation of the arts
Development of effective communication skills
Preparation for life-long learning and problem solving
Christopher Dock views itself as an educational center of the church and seeks to assist the church in calling students to follow Jesus Christ in personal faith and commitment. Efforts to attain the following spiritual goals extend beyond chapel and Bible class settings to permeate all activities sponsored by the school:
Clear understanding of and desire to spread the good news of salvation
Growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ and His church
Ability to nurture Christian faith both personally and corporately
Familiarity with the story of God's people, past and present
Holistic understanding of self and others - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual
Christopher Dock measures its success by the developing lifestyle of its students and graduates. The school considers itself to be successful when students and alumni incorporate their intellectual and spiritual learning into a lifestyle which reflects progress toward achieving the following goals:
Stewardship of time, possessions, and the environment
Peacemaking in all human relationships
Service-oriented citizenship in local and global communities
Commitment to moral integrity and family values
Participation in church, school, and community activities
Dock students enroll in a wide variety of colleges, including highly selective, regional, faith-based, and specialized schools. Click here for a list of recent college enrollment.
For more information regarding tuition, financing, enrollment, or to schedule a campus tour, please contact the Admissions Office at 215-362-2675.