RETURNING FAMILY RESOURCES
Welcome back to Army and Navy Academy! In order to help you get ready for your cadet’s next year with us, we’ve provided a variety of helpful resources.
BEGIN GUIDED REGISTRATION
IMPORTANT DATES FOR RETURNING FAMILIES
Your specific move-in time and day will be sent to you by the Office of Admission once you have completed all steps of the guided registration process.
|May 20th, 2022||Last day to submit CEA and tuition deposit to qualify for early decision discount|
|August 3rd, 2022||Move-in day for returning cadets in football or cross country|
|August 5th, 2022||Move-in day for Cadre members|
|August 15th, 2022||Move-in day for returning cadets who are not in sports or cadre|
|August 17th, 2022||1st day of classes|
|September 16th-18th, 2022||First Closed Weekend: Back to School Weekend|
ENROLLMENT CONTRACTS AND DEPOSITS
In order for your cadet to be considered as enrolled at Army and Navy Academy, you must:
- complete your Continuous Enrollment Agreement
- sign up for an account with FACTS, our billing management solution, HERE
- provide a tuition deposit and incidental deposit via your FACTS account
For assistance with your enrollment contract, please contact your admission counselor or contact the Office of Admission by phone at 888.762.2338 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For help with FACTS, please contact the Finance Office by calling 760.547.5265 or by email at email@example.com.
Army and Navy Academy has three primary high school sports for the fall season: Football (Varsity and Junior Varsity), Cross Country (Varsity and Junior Varsity), and Water Polo (Junior Varsity only). High school cadets wanting to participate in these sports must report to campus on August 3rd, 2022 for registration. Middle school cadets, irrespective of athletic participation status, should report at the August 11th, 2022 Move-In Day.
We know that you and your cadet value his summer vacation time, but we ask that you make every effort to report on this move-in day if your cadet is an athlete. Other schools frequently engage in whole-summer training camps for their student athletes, and this three-week period is the Academy’s sole chance to get our Football and Cross Country athletes conditioned after a summer off. Failure to report on this date may jeopardize your cadet’s spot on his athletic team.
Cadets will remain on campus for athletic training until the start of the school year. Please contact the Athletics Office at 760.547.5259 or email Nehemiah Brunson, the Director of Athletics, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
ARMY AND NAVY ACADEMY PATRONS ASSOCIATION (ANAPA)
Every Army and Navy Academy patron is automatically a member of the Patrons Association, commonly referred to as ANAPA. We encourage all parents to remain involved in their cadet’s life here at the Academy through the many events that ANAPA hosts throughout the year. The Association strives to provide key insights to the parent community and support the Cadets and the administration for various Academy funds and events.
All parents with a Facebook account are encouraged to join the ANAPA Facebook Group.
WHERE TO STAY
Local hotels offer discounted rates to Army and Navy Academy families. Check out the list of hotels that offer discounts to Army and Navy Academy families on our Where to Stay page.
CADET PACKING LIST
On your designated move-in day, your cadet will receive an initial issue of uniform items and other essentials to get them settled for their first few days at the Academy. He will change into uniform PT (physical training) gear upon receiving his room assignment. Once your cadet has access to his room, civilian attire is no longer authorized for wear on campus. We recommend that parents take all civilian clothing home at that time. Your cadet will receive a second full uniform issue at a later date that includes all required clothing and books.
Please ensure that your cadet arrives with the following items:
|Bath towels (white, marked with name and cadet ID #)||3-4|
|Underwear (color and style your preference)||9|
|White crew neck t-shirts||6|
|Shower shoes (flip-flop style)||1|
|White plastic clothes hangers||20|
|Water bottle (reusable, marked with name and cadet ID #)||1|
|Extra blanket (twin size, evenings are chilly Nov-Feb)||1|
|USB Flash Drive||2|
|Wrist Watch (inexpensive)||1|
|School supplies (pens, pencils, binders, notebooks)||Optional|
|Toiletry items (soap, shampoo, deodorant, oral hygiene items)|
Your cadet will receive an issue of bed sheets and a pillow upon arrival and these do not need to be packed.
Prohibited Items: electric blankets, weapons of any kind, skateboards, expensive jewelry, small kitchen appliances including hot pots, dietary supplements (protein powder, creatine, preworkout, etc.)
Army and Navy Academy does not carry insurance on the property of cadets and accepts no liability for lost, damaged, or stolen personal property.
Returning cadets were issued Chromebooks when they first arrived at the Academy. If your cadet has lost or irreparably damaged his Academy-issued Chromebook, he will be required to purchase a new one from the Cadet Store.
These Chromebooks have been pre-provisioned by the Information Technology department with a suite of monitoring and educational tools. Teachers will typically only allow Academy-issued Chromebooks for use in classes, and the Academy requires each cadet to own an issued Chromebook irrespective of whether they have any pre-existing digital devices.
In cases where a Chromebook incurs minor damage, the IT department may be able to repair or replace the device at no additional cost to parents. When a Chromebook has been deemed a total loss, either through destruction or loss, your cadet will be required to purchase a new Academy-issued Chromebook from the Cadet Store.