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The time to create your son’s tomorrow is now. Your investment in Army and Navy Academy will be matched by our commitment to your cadet’s growth and development as we prepare him to succeed in college and far beyond. Whether you are working on ways to improve his academics, bolster his college options, establish a solid value system, develop his confidence, or help him become more motivated, Army and Navy Academy is a powerful and transformative investment in your child’s future. Comparative statistics below detail how our military boarding school for boys sets students apart in terms of college and life preparation.


Academic Year 2022-2023

Boarding: $48,000      Day: $28,000

Boarding school tuition includes room and board. Day tuition includes daily lunch. Additional charges apply for books, uniforms, laundry, and incidentals, as well as specialty courses such as English for Speakers of Other Languages and Learning Strategies.

Army and Navy Academy represents a significant investment in your student’s future. While we expect families to contribute to their cadet’s education to the best of their financial ability, the Academy offers financial assistance to close the gap between educational costs and family resources.

We evaluate requests for need-based financial assistance with an eye toward applicants’ academic performance, student behavior, and commitment.

Requests for need-based financial assistance are considered only after a prospective cadet family has completed their enrollment contract. The Academy also provides guaranteed tuition discounts for active duty military families, children of alumni, and siblings of current cadets. We encourage all families to consider how they will finance the entirety of their cadet’s education at the Academy and budget accordingly.

For questions about affording Army and Navy Academy, please contact the Office of Admission at 888.762.2338 or by email at


Boarding Students Private Day Students Public School Students
Average hours a week spent on homework 17 9 8
Report that their school is academically challenging 91% 70% 50%
Report having high-quality teachers 90% 62% 51%
Hours per week watching television 3 7 7
Hours per week participating in sports and exercise 12 9 9
Say that their schools provide opportunities for leadership 77% 60% 52%
Graduates report being very well prepared academically for college 87% 71% 39%
Former students achieve positions in top management by mid-career 44% 27% 33%
Say that their social lives do not revolve around drugs and alcohol 95% 82% 82%

*Information extracted from The Truth About Boarding Schools, published by The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS).