As a Missouri Military Academy cadet, D'Cherion "DC" Nelson '15 excelled as the Academy nurtured leadership within him and challenged to achieve. Today, he is a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. with aspirations of working as an intelligence officer in the Pentagon.
Alumni News, Events & Publications
"The pandemic has revealed with painful clarity how important education and access to basic resources are ..." Read President Geraci's spotlight on the role of education in America in his recent Mission: Readiness feature.
An annual Missouri Military Academy competition to hone and highlight cadets' oratory skills, the Wallace Fry Speech Competition was held on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 in the Centennial Gymtorium.
On Friday, May 15, 2020, the 131st Missouri Military Academy Corps of Cadets celebrated their graduation in the Memorial Chapel among their MMA brothers and faculty and staff. Read a full recap of commencement here.
During the Spring 2020 semester, Missouri Military Academy cadet leaders assumed responsibility for the corps of cadets in the Academy’s annual JROTC Program for Accreditation (JPA) inspection.
MMA alumni offer advice to current cadets and the Class of 2020 about how a MMA education will impact their lives.
MMA alumni offer advice to the Class of 2020 about staying connected to the MMA brotherhood.
MMA alumni offer advice to current MMA cadets and the graduating Class of 2020 about what the most important thing to remember from their MMA education is.
MMA alumni offer advice to current MMA cadets and the graduating Class of 2020 about choosing a career path.
MMA’s first-ever Spring Showcase premiered on Saturday, May 9, 2020. It featured musical performances by MMA's Jazz Band, Concert Band, Cadet Choir, Bagpipers and Prep Band; a special highlight of the 2019-20 Fusileers Drill Team; and interviews with MMA cadets and faculty.
MMA alumni offer advice to current MMA cadets and the graduating Class of 2020.
MMA’s Class of 2020 has achieved more than $7.7 million in scholarships and 100% of the class has been accepted to 99 different colleges and universities around the world.
The 1889 Scholarship Fund is essential to MMA’s work to provide a life-changing education to as many deserving cadets as possible by supporting families who seek a MMA education for their sons. Your #GivingTuesdayNow gift can make a difference in the education and future of deserving cadets.
Cadet Kai Passmore, an eighth grader from Stuart, Florida, and Cadet Jared Douthit, a junior from Broomfield, Colorado, were recently awarde
If you’re looking for engaging reading to share with your middle school or high school student, Missouri Military Academy Librarian Fran Robley shared this list of suggestions.