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Since its founding in 1894, Culver Military Academy (CMA) has prepared young men for lives of purpose and impact. CMA graduates join a prestigious heritage that includes entrepreneurs and artists, scientists and scholars, and military and political leaders.




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Founded in 2003, the Delaware Military Academy is the only charter high school in the United States based on the traditions, values, and ideals of the U.S. Navy. Although academics are the backbone of any educational organization, leadership is the muscle of DMA. Cadets learn through a structured, traditional military school environment including self-discipline, motivation, and activities that enable our students to become productive citizens in a vastly changing technological society.


Discover how Sarasota Military Academy's unique learner-centered approach can benefit your child through a blend of character and skills development, academic engagement, and a supportive learning environment.


The honor of attending a service academy comes with the obligation and commitment to serve in the military for a minimum of five years upon graduation. For more information, please review the page of Frequently Asked Questions for those seeking a Military Academy Nomination.


Members of Congress may nominate candidates for appointment to four of the five U.S. service academies: U.S. Military Academy (USMA), West Point, NY; the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA), Annapolis, MD; the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA), Colorado Springs, CO; and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA), Kings Point, NY. The fifth service academy, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (USCGA), New London, CT, does not require a congressional nomination for appointment.


Congressman Rose may nominate up to ten individuals for each vacant academy slot allotted to our district. To request a Military Academy Nomination from our office, please complete the form below. Best wishes to you as you pursue your goal of attending one of the U.S. Service Academies and serving our country.


Since 1910, Army and Navy Academy has been consistently ranked as one of the top boarding schools for boys in California. The Academy is a college preparatory private school designed for how boys learn. Challenging academics are paired with unique learning and study supports that set boys up to achieve in the classroom. Inspiring coaches bring out the best in our athletes, while cultivating teamwork and personal health. All of this is supported by a JROTC leadership program that teaches boys to be their best selves and sets them up for success in life beyond high school. Find out why Army and Navy Academy is internationally recognized as one of the best military schools in the United States. We offer both boarding and day options.


Teenage boys need motivation to succeed, so attending our military school for boys can be transformative. Army and Navy Academy ignites the drive to achieve through active learning, experimentation, and collaboration.


We know that boys crave structure so we provide a highly organized daily schedule at our military academy. It can make all the difference between success and failure in middle school and high school.


It is an honor for me to nominate several outstanding young men and women each year to the United States military academies. The academies provide an excellent education and an exceptional opportunity to serve our country.


An applicant interested in a nomination to one of the service academies should contact their Member of Congress and both Senators. You should apply to all sources possible, however more than one nomination is not necessary. In addition, you must contact the academy in which you are interested, so they can create your applicant file.


To be considered for admission to a service academy, the candidate must meet the eligibility requirements: scholastic aptitude, leadership potential, character, athletic ability, medically qualified, and a congressional, vice presidential, or presidential nomination. I will nominate 10 applicants for each vacancy at each academy, but the academy will make the final decision. If selected, you will receive an offer of admission (an appointment) directly from the academy.


Applicants whose parents are temporarily stationed at one of the military bases, but maintain legal residence in another State, should apply to the Congressional office from that district. Find out who your Representative is here.


Each applicant must submit a completed nomination application package to my district office in Renton by October 28, 2022. Please thoroughly read the directions for the submission of your package. If the package is not submitted in the correct format or contains errors, it will be returned to the applicant for correction. If qualified, the applicant will be scheduled for an interview with a panel of retired and active duty military officers. The panel will review each package, conduct the interview, and then forward their nomination recommendations to me for final review. I will then nominate applicants who are the most qualified for appointment.


On May 26, 2022 our office hosted a webinar to teach potential applicants about the application process to receive a congressional nomination. We hosted a panel of representatives from all service academies who provided information about the enrollment process and shared their perspectives on each service academy.


The library at the U.S. Military Academy, Mansfield informed Jefferson, had portraits of George Washington and of Jonathan Williams, the academy's first superintendent. Would Jefferson, Mansfield asked, "gratify" them by sitting for Thomas Sully, one of the "best Portrait Painters of our Country," at Monticello?[2]


Just two months after Jefferson's inauguration in 1801, Secretary of War Henry Dearborn announced that the president had "decided on the immediate establishment of a military school at West Point" and also on the appointment of Major Jonathan Williams "to direct the necessary arrangements for the commencement of the school."[5]


On March 16, 1802, Jefferson affixed his name to the Military Peace Establishment Act, directing that a corps of engineers be established and "stationed at West Point in the state of New York, and shall constitute a Military Academy."[6] The academy's sole function would be to train engineers, and Williams, grandnephew of Benjamin Franklin, was named superintendent. On July 4, 1802, the U.S. Military Academy formally opened for instruction. "Our leading star," Superintendent Williams said, "is not a little mathematical school, but a great national establishment . . . We must always bear it in mind that our officers are to be men of science, and such as will by their acquirements be entitled to the notice of learned societies."[7]


Jefferson's military academy, Adams wrote, had "doubled the capacity of the little American army for resistance, and introduced a new and scientific character into American life."[9] Jefferson himself said that he "ever considered that establishment as of major importance to our country, and in whatever I could do for it, I viewed myself as performing a duty."[10] Today, the Thomas Sully portrait of Thomas Jefferson commissioned by the "Superintendent, Officers, Professors, Instructors, & Cadets" of the United States Military Academy hangs at West Point.


The military academy was located in Preparatory Hall, the iconic gold-domed structure which remains the flagship building and centerpiece of the Rogers State University campus. A junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program was established. OMA students, known as cadets, first traversed the Hill in the fall of 1919. There were 30 of them, and since they were required to stay on campus, they huddled in tents throughout the fall and winter months until barracks could be built.


The youthful social revolutions of the 1960s, and the antiwar stance that accompanied them, hurt military schools everywhere, and the drop in full-time cadets meant that the school was receiving less money for room and board.


Junior ROTC is a program of the United States Armed Forces designed to motivate young people to become better citizens. JROTC instills in students strong leadership abilities, good character, a commitment to service, and an understanding of the importance of outstanding citizenship in their communities. While some students who participate in JROTC may go on to military service after high s...


Individuals seeking to appoint to a service academy must also separately apply to each service academy to which he or she seeks to be appointed. Each academy requires the submission of a preliminary application to initiate the admissions process. Preliminary application materials are available from the academics website.


President Thomas Jefferson created the academy with the intention of creating a national university founded on science. He made Jonathan Adams, a prominent scientist and relative of Ben Franklin president of the university. Adams had no previous experience in the military. Nevertheless, he accepted the position of colonel and reported to West Point.


Currently, black cadets are thriving at the academy. In 2019 West Point graduated a record number of black students and a record number of black women. Furthermore, West Point appointed its first black superintendent, Darryl A. Williams, in 2018.


The Oklahoma Military Academy (OMA) supplanted the former Eastern University Preparatory School (EUPS) at Claremore, which had closed in 1917 with Gov. Robert L. Williams's veto of the institution's necessary appropriations. In January 1919 Oklahoma State Rep. H. Tom Kight of Claremore introduced legislation calling for the establishment of a state-sponsored military school in order that the United States would never find itself ill prepared for war as it had been in 1917. Kight's bill could not have come at a more appropriate time. The nation's success in World War I had spurred nationalistic fervor, and traditional American wariness regarding the military gave way to the general belief that military training would help young men become better citizens within a democratic society. The mood of the country, coupled with the lack of schools in northeastern Oklahoma, convinced legislators to pass Kight's bill in March 1919. 041b061a72


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