Missouri Military Academy empowers young men to unlock their potential through a program of academic excellence, character, social development and leadership training within a structured environment.
Missouri Military Academy develops cadets who:
- Are of sound moral character and self-disciplined to strive for and achieve their goals.
- Are academically prepared to attend and graduate from college; and
- Are better prepared for life as a result of the Academy’s mentoring and focus on academic, physical, character and social development.
Scholarship plus Leadership = Success
The Guiding Principles by which Missouri Military Academy accomplishes its Mission and Vision are:
Academic Excellence – Providing a World Class education that prepares our cadets for college entrance and graduation from the nation’s finest four-year colleges and universities.
Duty – Performing one’s obligations, tasks, conduct, service or functions that emanates from their position or station in either life or a group.
Honor – To exercise and maintain fairness, integrity and honesty in one's beliefs and actions.
Integrity – A firm devotion to moral and ethical principles and soundness of character in all our affairs.
Loyalty – To one’s family, institution, comrades and nation.
Respect – To render appropriate deferential regard and esteem to colleagues, institutions, one’s family and the nation.
Personal Courage – To do the harder right over the easier wrong.
Selfless Service – Service to each other, our families, school, communities and nation.
Leadership – Simply put, is one's ability to influence others to accomplish an assigned task.
Non-Discrimination Policy Statement
At Missouri Military Academy there shall be no discrimination against any person in admissions, employment, or otherwise that is in violation of the law. At Missouri Military Academy and in keeping with its purpose, goals, and philosophy, the school shall demonstrate its commitment to an inclusive and equitable school community for all its constituencies, through all of its program and operations, regardless of ability, age, gender, race, religion, sexual identity, socioeconomic status, and any other identifiers important to the school.