Military boarding school campus of Army & Navy Academy
ANA has a proud athletics history, with many strong sports programs
Army & Navy Academy in San Diego, California
All ANA cadets are encouraged to pursue activities such as marching band and sports
ANA fosters leadership and good character in young men

Army and Navy Academy Boarding School for Boys

With a breathtaking campus on the shores of Southern California, the Army and Navy Academy is a college preparatory boarding school for boys for grades 7-12. Long respected as among the top military boarding schools in the United States, the Academy attracts domestic students across the country and international students from Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.

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What Makes a Boy-Friendly School?

What makes a boy-friendly school? We'll help you decide.Many studies have shown that there are some major differences between boys and girls and the ways that they learn best. With this in mind, doesn’t it make sense that we teach boys and girls differently?

According to Kelley King, educational consultant and author of Writing the Playbook: A Practitioner’s Guide to Creating a Boy-Friendly School, a simple shift in teaching style can help boys be more successful in school. Continue reading to learn more.

Cadet Leadership: Interview with the Top Three

Top Three Leaders at Army and Navy Academy Military Boarding SchoolHere at the Academy, leadership is developed through specific training modeled from the top service academies. By their senior years, all Cadets hold a position, similar to the West Point model. They are carefully selected and expected to be role models and mentors for all Cadets at the Academy. 

Continue reading to find out how we create the leaders of tomorrow by hearing directly from our Top Three leaders. 

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