Taber Mennonite School is an alternative faith-based public school which was established as a response to a growing number of low-german mennonite students in the Taber area. A part of Horizon School Division 67, the school 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 at Taber Mennonite School. 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 Taber Mennonite School, 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. These include Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAP), Work Experience, a variety of options courses, and academic streamed courses such as Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Mr. Mark Harding
Building Futures Through Education
Taber Mennonite School is a young outreach school working hard to meet the needs of the Mennonite community in Taber and the surrounding area. We absolutely love all the unique and awesome students we have and want to see more and more young people get their high school diploma and be empowered to achieve their goals and dreams. Our team provides a supportive, positive, and flexible learning environment and will go above and beyond to see a student succeed!