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As you know the rifle team just returned from participating in the JROTC Regionals in Phoenix, Arizona this past weekend. All I can say is what an experience. It was quite an honor to make it to this level in the first place and to shoot shoulder to shoulder with the top in the nation is just awesome. Even though … Read More
There are many great stories of success and paying it forward from St. John’s Military School, however, Al Ransom and his wife Cathie have gone above and beyond what most people even consider when paying it forward. Al Ransom attended St. John’s Military School from 1951 – 1956. He was the Battalion Commander of the Class of ’56. We encourage … Read More
That is how Chief Larry Mulliken of the Salina Fire Department, started his presentation amongst the 127th Corps of Cadets as he presented SFC Geronimo Rivera with he Salina Fire Chief Community Service Award. Mulliken explained to the cadets that hero’s don’t necessarily fight fires, or go into battle, they are people who rise to the occasion, who demonstrate greatness … Read More
SJMS Family 2/13/2015 This evening we conducted an AMS/BMS Challenge. This is not an easy task. BMS generally lasts about 2 -3 hours and AMS generally lasts 4 or more hours. The challenge consists of PT, PT and a lot more PT! We had a great turn out and a lot of cadets have been working out trying to make … Read More
Once a year the St John’s Military School JROTC Department conducts an air rifle qualification program for all JROTC Cadets. This year’s program ran from 12 Jan – 4 Feb 15. By waiting until third quarter to conduct qualifications, this gives more cadets a chance to earn one of the coveted marksmanship badges. Eighty cadets had an opportunity to qualify … Read More
Countless publications and research studies point out that girls are outpacing boys in classrooms across the United States. For decades, researchers have warned that evolving educational practices were not addressing the key differences in how boys learn. As boys continue to decline in academic achievement and college attendance, many private institutions, and recently some public schools, have begun addressing the … Read More