Missouri Military Academy’s Commitment to Education, Love, Inclusion and Respect

The violent, reprehensible and senseless death of George Floyd has brought the United States to a new height of collective pain and laid bare the divide that must be healed. At Missouri Military Academy, we grieve with our nation and we renew our commitment to our employees, cadets and MMA families. We will do our part to foster a world that rises above hatred, violence and discrimination.

Education brings us together to learn and take command of our future.

At MMA, we believe every man, woman, and child deserves opportunities to develop to his or her full potential in a world defined by love, inclusion, patience, and respect. We reject racism.

At MMA, we believe education is essential to understanding and celebrating differences. By understanding each other’s ethnic backgrounds, cultures, religious beliefs, and world views, we expand our own growth, build strong relationships, and enhance our contributions to our communities and the world.

At MMA, we believe that teaching and living lessons in character, self-discipline, accountability, and respect for one another helps foster a society of adults and leaders who will affect change in positive, meaningful, and constructive ways.

We are dedicated to providing a 360° Education to cadets — from different backgrounds, different communities and countries — in a safe space that encourages and challenges them to be their best selves as they learn, grow, and take command of their lives.

MMA’s motto and core values provide the foundation and framework for all that we believe and do and clearly outline our expectations for our cadets and each other.

We believe that we are all one family — staff, faculty, coaches, alumni, parents and cadets —and that MMA brothers stand with each other, no matter what their differences are, for the betterment of all.

Our commitment to inclusiveness starts with our cadet leaders.

Below, members of the 2020-21 Missouri Military Academy Corps of Cadets leadership.

2020-21 Missouri Military Academy Cadet Leaders

Front row, left to right: Afane, Macon, Tsui. Second row: Intwali, Brown, Nguyen, L, Roberts. Third row: Bryant, Bowen, Garduno. Fourth row: Mpabuka, Cunningham, Buyantogtokh, Rudasingwa. Top row: Wang, Kuzwayezu. Not pictured: Dunn, Erdenedavaa, Gentry, Gorka-Yarte, Lopez, Patino, Resendez, Yan.

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