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Help him get where he wants to go. Now enrolling for spring term and fall 2018.

The 360° Difference. Discover it for yourself.

Discover the difference that an all-boy school can bring to your son's education. Educating young men since 1889.

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Providing a 360˚ Education

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Missouri Military Academy is one of the top college prep military boarding schools in the United States. We empower young men in grades 7-12 to reach their potential as future college graduates, citizens of character, and leaders of their countries.

Our 360˚ Education fosters academic excellence, healthy physical development, leadership skills, good character, and personal motivation. An additional postgraduate gap year provides the extra academic and life skills training that can make the difference in a student’s college career.

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USAF Band and Singing Sergeants - tickets required (free) - call 573-581-1776
Date: 10/20/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Centennial Gymtorium
Varsity Football District Game
Date: 10/20/2017, 7 PM 9:30 PM
Location: Blair Oaks High School, 6124 Falcon Ln, Jefferson City, MO 65101, USA
TOEFL
Date: 10/21/2017, 8 AM 12 PM
Location: TOEFL testing room - Barnard Hall

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Character. Athletics. Academics. Leadership. Adventure. 
 
These are the pillars of an MMA education. Whether your son is in middle or high school, Missouri Military Academy can help him maximize his potential with the help of our caring, qualified faculty in a safe, structured environment. Students travel from around the world to build an exceptional future here at Missouri Military Academy.
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Five Things Every Boy Needs to Succeed

We all know boys and girls are equally intelligent and capable, but that doesn't mean they aren't different. Mounting evidence suggests that boys and girls learn differently and have different needs in the classroom. Research indicates that this is actually due to the way they are wired, and a trend of disturbing studies also show that this may be affecting their performance. Boys are lagging behind girls in many areas, including academic performance, discipline, and college graduation.

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