About MCI

Mennonite Collegiate Institute (MCI) is not like every other high school. We pride ourselves on providing a different type of educational experience to our students. This begins with the size of our school. With a student body of approximately 140 students from Grades 7-12, we offer students a comfortable, safe, and caring environment in which to learn and grow. It is our aim make MCI a place where students can discover their academic, musical, and athletic gifts in an Anabaptist Christian setting.

We are:

• an independent Christian high school;

• located in Gretna, Manitoba, Canada;

• governed and supported by a society of 22 Mennonite Congregations;

• a member of Manitoba Federation of Independent Schools;

• a member of Canadian Association of Mennonite Schools;

• certified by Canadian Council of Christian Charities;

• recognized and accredited by MB Education, Canadian Council and Christian Charities.

General Information

• All curriculum requirements of Manitoba Education for high school graduation are taught at MCI.

• Most courses are offered on a semester system.  Some courses, such as music, are offered on a full-year basis.

• Textbooks for all courses are supplied by the school.

• Students need to supply their own dictionary, Bible, scientific calculator, notebook materials, and USB storage device.

• The 2015-16 MCI Catalogue is available here.

Student Accident Insurance

• All Canadian students receive student accident insurance courtesy of MCI. More information on the plan can be found here.

Daytime Schedule 

• Classes begin at 8:40 am and end at 3:40 pm with a lunch break from 11:50-12:45pm.  Click here to see MCI’s Daily Schedule.

• Each day consists of six classes and a 20 minute chapel time.

• Grade 9 and 10 students are expected to enroll in a minimum of 10 courses per year.

• Grade 11 and 12 students are expected to enroll in a minimum of 9 courses per year.

Click here for a copy of the MCI 2015-16 Catalogue.