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Accreditation:  Meadowbrook Christian School is fully accredited through the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Association of Christian Schools International.

Student Body:  Approximately 410 students attend Meadowbrook Christian School from six counties in Central Pennsylvania and 19 area school districts, including six districts that provide transportation:  Danville, Lewisburg, Mifflinburg, Milton, Shikellamy, and Warrior Run.  Students also attend MCS from districts such as Bloomsburg, Southern Columbia, Selinsgrove, Montoursville, Williamsport, Muncy, Montgomery, and Millville.  Meadowbrook is pleased to now offer bussing from Williamsport, Montoursville, and Muncy.

More than 70 local church bodies are represented, including Christ Wesleyan, Revival Tabernacle, First Baptist of Milton and Danville, Crossroads, and Community Mennonite Fellowship.

Mission:  Building solid citizens, one child at a time, in a Christian atmosphere

Core Values: Christ Centered, Academic Excellence, Parent Partnership, Individual Attention, Community Minded

Fine Arts:  Chorus, Art, Praise and Worship Team, individual piano and voice lessons, and annual musicals highlight our fine arts programming.  MCS is a member of the Pennsylvania Music Education Association which allows gifted students to participate in district and regional band, orchestra, and choir.  Summer opportunities include a voice camp that culminates with a live performance at the on campus Well Coffee House!

Athletics: Middle and High School offerings include Soccer, Basketball, Track and Field, and Wrestling. In addition, MCS is involved in a cooperative sponsorship that permits its students to participate in any sports not offered here that are offered at the Milton Area school district.  MCS is a member of the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association and the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association.

Affiliations: MCS has a National Honor Society chapter, a Key Club chapter, and works with many local community professionals within our classrooms as part of the Business and Education Partnership of our local Chamber of Commerce.