New cadets at Missouri Military Academy visited Fort Leonard Wood to participate in the "Meet Your Army" event on Saturday, August 13.
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September 30 — October 2, 2022
Feature events will include an alumni BBQ, battalion/alumni review & drilldown, Fusileers exhibition, alumni vs. cadets softball game, Alumni Hall of Fame Awards Dinner & Dance, and more! View schedule and register for events here.
MMA athletic director Brian Meny, activities specialist and head varsity soccer coach Elliot Goodwin and head track coach and physical education teacher Traevonne Smith recently completed InSideOut Initiative training at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The training is designed to help focus and promote the purpose of athletics in high school communities.
Missouri Military Academy has named Dr. Dale Land as the new assistant academic dean. A 20-year military veteran, Dr. Land brings extensive experience in administrative leadership and education to support scholarship and academic excellence within the Academy’s military education model.
Missouri Military Academy alumni will celebrate MMA’s Homecoming (alumni weekend) on Sept. 30 – Oct. 1, 2022. The 134th MMA Corps of Cadets will honor alumni with events throughout the weekend. Parents, friends and other MMA community members are invited to attend and help celebrate the MMA Brotherhood.
The Missouri Military Academy Color Guard presented the colors at the Kansas City Royals game against the Boston Red Sox Sunday, August 7! Congratulations to Cadets Gorka-Aitor Yarte-Zertruche (Libson, Portugal), Gabriel Iglesias (San Salvador, El Salvador), Bradley Thumbi (Nairobi, Kenya) and Kellan Mugisha (Kigali, Rwanda) for proudly representing the Academy through this honor.
Allison Thomas Stanislaus “Pooley” Hubert is remembered as one of the South’s greatest college football players. Hubert had a prolific football and coaching career that spanned more than 40 years — a career that began in the early 1920s at Missouri Military Academy.
Missouri Military Academy (MMA) has named Lori Vandercrake as executive administrative assistant to MMA President Brigadier General Richard V. Geraci, USA (Ret). Vandercrake brings 17 years of professional experience with expertise in business development, project management, finance, event coordination and more.
The Missouri Military Academy Parents Committee works to strengthen the bond between cadets, faculty, and staff all while enhancing the 360˙ Education each cadet experiences at MMA. Thank you to our MMA families for their support of our cadets and the Academy!
Missouri Military Academy-sponsored summer programs kicked off Monday, June 20 with the arrival of boys in grades 7-12 for MMA Summer Academy, an academic-focused summer program. Local businesses and residents should expect extra visitors in town throughout the summer as families drop off and pick up their boys for MMA summer activities.
Academic year 2021-22 included significant achievements for the 133rd Missouri Military Academy Corps of Cadets. Learn about the year’s most notable highlights. After reviewing a list of recent successes, learn about MMA’s vision for the future through the strategic plan.
Missouri Military Academy was selected to receive a $1,018 grant from the Missouri American Water Hydration Station Grant Program to provide cadets with fresh drinking water. Out of over 80 applications, MMA was one of 20 schools, cities or non-profit organizations chosen to receive the funding.
At MMA, we believe challenging physical activity — such as regular exercise, competitive athletics and obstacle course challenges — helps middle school and high school boys develop into better versions of themselves. Download a summer workout guide to improve physical fitness over the summer and prepare for competitive sports.
Two Colonels track cadet-athletes earned the right to compete at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) state track and field championship for Class 2, District 3, on May 20 and 21, 2022 in Jefferson City, Missouri. Both cadets broke MMA records while competing at state.
In May 2022, for the first time in 30 years, MMA athletes made a trip to the Final Four! Colonels Tennis finished fourth in Class 1 state competition. This was MMA’s first overall athletics Final Four appearance since 1992. A program that continues to grow stronger for our cadet-athletes, Colonels Tennis went 11-3 this season and 24-4 during the last two seasons.
Thank you to the Class of 2022 for their senior gift to the Academy — a picnic table to be housed in the newly renovated Carter Memorial outdoor classroom. This 24'x26' outdoor classroom is sized to accommodate four tables and adds a new learning space for for our teachers to use and cadets to enjoy, along with supporting our summer camps and special events.
There is a direct correlation between reading for pleasure and an increase in vocabulary. Reading will stimulate the mind, the imagination and keep both active throughout the summer. Consider these book suggestions from MMA for middle school and high school boys this summer!
Throughout high school senior year, cadets may hear this question several times, "What college are you going to attend?" To help you pick the right college or university for you and prepare for successful transition from high school to college, consider these seven tips.
Academic distinctions are awarded to cadets who earn an A in each marking period and final grade in their classes, including their Triumph dual credit courses.
Missouri Military Academy recognized outstanding middle school and high school cadets in athletics — including awards for baseball, broadcasting, golf, Fusileers Drill Team, rifles, tennis, track, All-American power lifting, M-Club and Eagle Club — on May 18, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in MMA’s Memorial Chapel.
Missouri Military Academy honored Erin L. Schreyer of Dallas, Texas, for her dedication to the Academy and support of its cadets during a commencement ceremony for the Class of 2022 on Saturday, May 21, 2022
The Missouri Military Academy Class of 2022 celebrated commencement on Saturday, May 21 in Centennial Gymtorium on MMA's campus. Thirty-nine seniors and two post-grads took part in the commencement ceremonies, all having achieved college acceptance. The Class of 2022 has been offered more than $4.1 million in college scholarships.
Congratulations to our 8th grade cadets who have been promoted to high school. We look forward to seeing these cadets back in the fall to continue their MMA education!