• Understanding international relations

  • Self-motivated learning through faith

  • Transform international society through promoting

  • To foster United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

  • To foster and grow the global missionary community

  • To engage in APPAIS & EMHS alumnus networks

  • To provide potential international students with a network of Mennonite schools partner with our institution

Our mission:

APPA IS  joins the United Nations and International Organizations such as World Bank, IMF, and International NGOs, as well as home and church in calling students to faith in Jesus Christ, academic excellence, personal integrity, and compassionate service in the world.

Our educational philosophy:

APPA IS has served local communities and the surrounding counties, combining an academically challenging curriculum with a strong commitment to Christian discipleship, peace and justice issues, service, and a global outlook.

The 6-8 curriculum is designed to foster reading, research, writing and presentation skills that grow student curiosity, creative and insightful thinking, organizational strategies and a moral social conscience. A strong college preparatory track includes honors, Advanced Placement, and other advanced courses. Regular activities are also designed to help students grow spiritually as well as intellectually. In study, worship, and play, students are challenged to integrate faith with life -- to learn and apply Biblical standards to life's decisions. A participatory-based co-curricular program at the elementary level encourages exploration of athletics and other interests. Secondary students further refine skills and confidence in performance through a music program, including a choir which tours internationally, drama and musical theater, service opportunities, a wide variety of clubs, and competitive athletics.

*APPA IS does not discriminate on the basis of any race, color, handicap, national or ethnic origin, and admits students to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

Mission & Core Values: