Mid-Missouri families seeking private education for their middle or high school-age boys are eligible to receive new grant funding from Missouri Military Academy (MMA). The MMA Board of Trustees has announced the availability of new funding for MMA day program students from Audrain, Boone and Callaway County. Day school tuition for eligible students is $6,500 per year, normally $9,300/year.
“It is our mission to help young men take command of their futures by developing character and leadership, fostering academic excellence, and cultivating resilience and grit,” said MMA President Brigadier General Richard V. Geraci, USA (Ret). “We look forward to expanding our service to families in mid-Missouri through this new tuition support provided by the MMA Board of Trustees.”
A non-profit organization, MMA offers private, college-preparatory education for grades 7 through 12, plus post-graduate year. Boarding or day school options are available. Day students have the option, and are encouraged, to participate in JROTC for additional leadership opportunities, varsity athletics and the MMA choir or band program, recently recognized as top in the country at the National Military School Band and Choir Festival. Other available activities include MMA’s equestrian program, nationally competitive rifle and drill teams, and more. College classes are offered on-site by William Woods University through MMA’s College Triumph program.
MMA’s 360˚ Education® program is designed around the needs of boys during their formative years, tapping into what motivates them—positive reinforcement, structure, consistent physical and mental challenge, loyalty and a team mentality.
For more information, contact MMA Admissions at 573-581-1776, ext. 323, or email@example.com.