Army and Navy Academy's focus is always on leadership, whether during the school year or over the summer. We are pleased to announce that we are expanding our leadership camp options for Summer 2015. Between these three offerings, there's something for everyone!
Camp Challenge (JROTC Leadership)
Camp Challenge is the Academy’s summer leadership development program, established in 2010. It is the only credit-producing Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) summer leadership course west of the Mississippi.
Designed for high school students, our JROTC Camp Challenge course will reward successful participants with 180 hours of Leadership Education and Training (LET). During our four-week course, participants will develop self-confidence as leaders and as active team members.
This camp contains formal leadership instruction in addition to "Foundations of Success" subject matter. Campers will attain invaluable life skills, including self-confidence, team-building, accountability, discipline, and respect.
This camp is perfect for the teen who is interested in learning about leadership, but not interested in pursuing JROTC coursework.
No matter which summer program you choose, you can expect your child to:
What to Expect:
Ready to Apply?
Are you considering applying to our boarding school? Camp Challenge offers a glimpse into life at ANA.
In addition to getting to know our facilities and instructors, summer campers have several advantages:
To learn more about the transition from Camp Challenge to ANA, please contact Admission.
Curious what your days will look like as a Camp Challenge camper? Here's what you can expect: