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Military Academy review with alumni and cadets

KEEP US MARCHING ON

Boys who have the good fortune to join our corps of cadets are molded into good men who become good leaders, good fathers and good citizens.

The world could certainly use more of them. But as you know, there are precious few places like Missouri Military Academy left on Earth.

What you and thousands of men like you received at MMA is special, and what we receive from you in return is what has kept us going strong since 1889.

Alumni News Highlights

Dan Erdel Missouri Military Academy Board of Trustees member

Erdel, co-founder and partner of Erdel, Owings, Tanzey & Newton, P.C. Attorneys at Law in Mexico, Missouri, believes that a lack of strong male role models in many young men’s lives contribute to their struggle and why they fall behind. It’s one of the main reasons he’s become invested in the success of Missouri Military Academy.

How Do Core Values Impact Success? Read this Young Alum's Story of College Life after MMA.

From MMA to Oklahoma University, read this young alum's story: “The most important things I learned at MMA were time management, integrity and accountability ... Do everything like someone is watching through a window. How you present yourself behind a closed door or in front of everyone else matters. Hold yourself to a higher level of self-respect.” — Noah Royse '20

Do you know a young man who could benefit from a MMA education? Click here to refer him to our admissions team. Your referral can change a young man's life by helping him reach his full potential at MMA!

The whole core of what MMA stands for is still there, even after the ups and downs of 130 years. I believe in what they are doing.

Chris Gentry ’88

Alumni News

How Do Core Values Impact Success? Read this Young Alum's Story of College Life after MMA.

From MMA to Oklahoma University, read this young alum's story: “The most important things I learned at MMA were time management, integrity and accountability ... Do everything like someone is watching through a window. How you present yourself behind a closed door or in front of everyone else matters. Hold yourself to a higher level of self-respect.” — Noah Royse '20

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