Welcome to MEI Schools
We invite you to explore all that the MEI experience has to offer students in preparation for a life of impact and influence.
MEI is committed to providing students with a holistic educational experience, which is why MEI is an excellent choice for preschool, elementary, middle and high school education. Christ-centered values form the foundation of everything we do. In both curricular and extracurricular settings, students are taught the importance of upholding high standards of character and behavior; they are also held accountable for them. It is through this approach that students learn to take responsibility for their behavior and develop the integrity and principles that will guide them to success in all facets of life.
Sports, drama, fine arts and other extracurricular activities round out the MEI offering, giving students a variety of opportunities to discover who they are while making lifelong friendships in a diverse community.
Source: The Abbotsford News
The students at the Busy Bear Preschool Club and Head Start operated by the Sumas First Nation in Abbotsford call her “Teacher Sophie” and they like the way she sits on the floor to have eye-level conversations with them. read more…
Help MEI support Global Shore in Guatemala Friday, May 27, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
This event is open to the greater MEI community (alumni, etc.), and event organizers from the student council would love to see some alumni there! There will be time for tea, coffee, dessert, live jazz music, including MEI’s Jazz band and 4tified, plus a silent auction and fantastic entertainment. read more…
Get peace of mind with answers to and solutions for your long-term financial questions at this free seminar presented by Daniel Lichty of the Mennonite Foundation of Canada in the MEI Secondary Library. Refreshments provided.
Saturday, June 18, 2016 (10:00 am – 11:30 am)
It was great to see so many familiar faces at last night’s (May 11, 2016) MEI Alumni Performing Arts Reunion. Guests enjoyed a fantastic spread of appetizers and desserts by alumnus Irma Giesbrecht, some nostalgic costume displays, photos of spring productions of the past, and most importantly good conversations with friends of historical significance. Our group then headed to the auditorium seating that we all know and love so well and took in the current MEI Secondary spring drama “Les Misérables”.
As a part of the reception, we took a few moments to honour our beloved sewing teacher Deanna Dick, who has been heavily involved in costume prep for spring productions over the years, and who is retiring from teaching this year.