The Army and navy academy Difference
Because we believe that every boy can excel, we continuously enhance and reinvent our approaches to optimize them for our Cadets. We invest in ongoing training for our teachers and staff to leverage the best research-based strategies for connecting with every boy at Army and Navy Academy.
~ Hyung K. (Parent)
“Our son came from years of public schools where he was invisible and getting lost in the system. ANA provided him with the tools and opportunities to get into an ivy league college. If your son is truly motivated to do well, the school provides all the opportunities to succeed.”
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Army and Navy Academy is firmly committed to our values of Honor, Integrity, Respect, Responsibility, Compassion, and Gratitude, and we fervently pledge to fulfill our mission of educating, mentoring, and developing good character and leadership in young men.
A Cadet’s Experience at Army and Navy Academy is Shaped Around:
We are determined to give our Cadets an outstanding educational experience to prepare them for life after graduation. Our Academic support such as mandatory study time and after school office hours give our Cadets the resources they need to excel in the classroom.
An active lifestyle is an integral part of a healthy day, so each Cadet participates in some form of physical activity after classes each day. From our CIF-champion team sports to strength and conditioning training, we offer an athletic option to meet the needs of each Cadet.
Associated Student Body
At Army and Navy Academy, leadership is one of the pillars of the education that we strive to instill in our Cadets. Cadets at the Academy are able to participate in the Associated Student Body (ASB) as class officers or ASB officers. Throughout the year, they make important decisions for their peers that involve activities, excursions, class memoirs, and privileges and organize events, special outings, and community service projects in which the Cadets participate in. The Cadets at Army and Navy Academy are able to enjoy themselves through social connections, company challenges, engagement with other schools, and have many opportunities to make new friends during these activities.
Army and Navy Academy Cadets are uniquely prepared for leadership roles through our JROTC program. Cadets learn that leadership responsibility is earned based on knowledge, skills, and abilities; it is not something automatically granted because of age, size, or physical strength.
We’ve worked to create synergy between JROTC and Cadet Life, so the leadership skills learned in the classroom continue to be emphasized after the school day is over.
Character development is part of our mission here at the Academy and we encourage Cadets to focus on our Core Values and beyond. Another important value we emphasize is gratitude. The Cadets and the entire Army and Navy Academy community are so grateful for your continued support of our mission.