Part of a Team.

At MMA, we emphasize personal character and leadership on and off the field. Being part of a team and daily physical activity are crucial to a young man's positive development and it’s why we provide a wide range of varsity sports and non-competitive and competitive intramural activities at our military high school and middle school.  


At MMA, we emphasize personal character and leadership on and off the field. Being part of a team and daily physical activity are crucial to a cadet’s positive development.

— Brian Meny, Director of Athletics 

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Athletic News Highlights

MMA Rifle Team Finishes 7th in 2022 Army JROTC National Championship

Following the 2022 JROTC National Championship competition, the MMA Colonels Rifle team ranks seventh nationally in the Army JROTC program. A total of 2,178 JROTC cadets from across the United States, Europe, and the Pacific competed for the national title in Camp Perry, Ohio, March 17-19.

Missouri Military Academy middle school cadets

The Association of Military Colleges & Schools of the United States (AMCSUS) announced the 2021 competition winners at their annual conference in Alexandria, Virginia, in early March. Competing against cadets from top-ranked military schools from across the nation, Missouri Military Academy brought home five trophies in competitions, including the logic bowl, high school drill team, middle school drill team and high school and middle school physical training (PT) challenges.

From Novice to Champion: Cadet Michael Henderson ʼ22, MMA Fusileers Drill Team

"We are more than just a drill team," Cadet Michael Henderson, a senior from Greenbrier, Arkansas, reflects on how MMA and membership on the Fusileers Drill Team have positively affected his life. Learn his take on how the Fusileers overcame obstacles through determination and perseverance, strengthened by a special bond of brotherhood, to win a national championship.