The things a cadet faces in his daily life help to develop him into a stronger, more self-confident and well-rounded young man. This includes not only what he faces in his classroom studies but through his participation in sports and activities and his interaction with other cadets. His spiritual growth as a man is further strengthened through his involvement in numerous clubs and community services events and his leadership experiences through our Junior ROTC program.
Each day of a cadets life is a chance for him to grow and mature. The Marine Military Academy's goal, with all cadets, is the development of the "whole man" in preparation for the next step in his life.
From reveille to taps, spend 24 hours with the cadets of Marine Military Academy and about a cadets typical day.
Growing through constructive competition and community involvement is a primary goal of our clubs and activities.
A complete overview of our on-campus student resources.
Look-up the names and locations of our students who graduate this past year.
Community service is an important aspect of cadet's eduction. Marine Military Academy cadets contribute over 3,000 community service hours a year through a variety of activities.
Furthering moral and spiritual maturity through religious opportunities. Marine Military Academy is committed to helping our cadets understand the necessity for growth and maturity in the moral and spiritual realms of life.
Witness our cadets' transformation as they blaze their path forward.
Keep-up with important dates using our academic and athletic year-at-a-glance calendars.
Our FAQ page will allow you to have a closer look at life at a military boarding school.