Excellence in academics stems from passionate teachers who are trained to teach in the ways that work best for boys. This, combined with a challenging curriculum and structured learning environment, creates an ideal learning culture.Continue Reading
Army JROTC has a well-defined organizational structure, geared to foster leadership and character. Each person in the unit has an individual job that is part of a larger task, which is part of a much larger mission.Continue Reading
Participation in physical activity is an integral part of a healthy day, so all of our Cadets get out and moving each afternoon. Between our C.I.F. teams, club sports, and physical training options, there’s something for everyone.Continue Reading
Army and Navy Academy is a college-preparatory boarding school for boys grades 7-12, with a focus on leadership, academics, and athletics.
Our curriculum emphasizes self-discipline, teamwork, responsibility, accountability, time management, and leadership.Learn More
Army and Navy Academy President, Major General Arthur Bartell was inducted into the inaugural class of the National US Army ROTC Hall of Fame.
Army and Navy Academy invites applicants for a TAC Officer position to support Cadet Life activities. This position is full-time salaried and is responsible to the Assistant Commandant of Cadet Life.
R.S.V.P. today for this wonderful opportunity to tour the campus, sample camp activities, meet key staff, and take part in an informative Q and A session.
Overall, OCC taught me how to be a leader, use proper communication, and how to make life decisions that affect me for the better.
Understanding the differences between how boys and girls learn and doing something about it in our nation’s schools is critical to better preparing our children to become successful adults in tomorrow’s world.
Read about two graduates of the Class of 1955 who are well-remembered for their achievements in the arts.