Cadet Graduates Head Off to College this Fall

The Class of 2016 received acceptances and numerous scholarships to top colleges and universities and they are excited and ready to begin the next chapter.
Many graduates report the structured daily life at ANA helps prepare them for college – learning how to manage their time and balance their lives between academics, sports, clubs, and leadership responsibilities.  Goal-setting, time management and prioritization skills acquired at ANA help college students persevere and excel.
Army Navy Academy Class of 2016 Change of Command-0527In the last two years, there has been a 10% spike in 4-year college acceptance. There was a 98% placement rate, with 88% acceptance rate into four year colleges and universities.

Matriculation data includes prestigious universities such as: Cornell, Rutgers, UCLA, UC Berkeley, and Penn State.increase in acceptance

A small percentage of our students enlisted directly into the military (2%) and a number of former graduates have attended the top service academies including: West Point, Annapolis, and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.

The academic year of 2015-2016 closed strong, with 36% of Cadets making it on the Honor Roll and 18% of Cadets achieving a 3.8 or higher GPA and becoming part of the coveted Dean’s List.

As our Dean stated, “the academic focus of  preparing Cadets to read, write, speak , and think like college-bound students  was evident in the success of our Cadets.”

With a focus on single-gender education, the Academy is a learning laboratory for young men to develop a passion for learning, develop strong values, leadership expertise, and life skills.

We are confident the Class of 2016 will take the lessons learned at the Academy and achieve their college and career goals.  They are on their way to the next great chapter…poised with confidence, strong values, and a newfound passion for learning.