Taber Mennonite School is an alternative faith-based public school program which was established as a response to a growing number of low-german mennonite students in the Taber area. A part of DA Ferguson Middle School and WR Myers High School, the school program contains over 100 students from grades 6-12 and continues to grow every year. Our staff and students are committed to creating a faith-based, culturally-sensitive, education-centered environment which accommodates all student learning needs. We focus specifically on literacy intervention, working to develop reading and writing skills in all of our students.
Student success is a priority in the Taber Mennonite School Program. Teachers and support staff work together to ensure our students receive the best possible educational experience. Our staff utilizes the best practices for English language learners, differentiation, and student engagement.
At TMS, we are focused on ensuring our students have all of the opportunities and skills to succeed beyond high school. In addition to explicit language instruction, we offer several courses and programs to help give students the opportunity to excel.
Mr. Scott Petronech and Mrs. Kim Hutzul
Mr. Sean Dupuis and Mrs. Tanis Machacek
Building Futures Through Education
Our Mission: We are a faith-based and culturally sensitive community - empowering Mennonite families to build futures through education.
Our Vision: Creating an environment where Mennonite students and families experience a sense of belonging while respecting faith, culture, and language. Students receive an accessible and inclusive education while achieving a high school diploma. TMS advocates for our learners and their families to pursue opportunities that enable them to reach their full potential.