We use the military leadership model and are organized similar to an Army Infantry battalion. We have a battalion commander, a battalion staff and leadership positions at the company and platoon level. Cadets are mentored and guided by the adult staff as they progress in rank and experience at St. John’s. The adult staff provides daily, around the clock supervision and counsels the Cadets on their leadership and behavior. We are committed to reinforcing the parent’s efforts to raise their sons in a way that is in the best interests of the Cadet.

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New Day Scholarship

St. John’s Military School is proud to offer tuition assistance through the NewDay USA Foundation Scholarship for veteran and military families whose children wish to attend our school. For complete eligibility requirements and to apply now, please click the button below.

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FACTS
High school graduates earn
0%
more than high school dropouts.*
College graduates earn
0%
more than high school dropouts.*
0%
of St. John’s graduates are accepted into institutions of higher learning.*


*Resources listed above are not part of the SJMS website and are not directly affiliated with St. John’s Military School.

Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Program

The JROTC curriculum at St. John’s ensures a comprehensive program to assist each Cadet to reach his potential. The academic curriculum in JROTC is as follows:

Unit 1 – Citizenship in Action
Unit 2 – Leadership Theory and Application/Drill
Unit 3 – Foundations for Success – NEFE High School Financial Planning Program
Unit 4 – Wellness, Fitness and First Aid
Unit 5 – Geography, Map Skills and Environmental Awareness
Unit 6 – Citizenship in American History and Government
Unit 7 – Safety and Civilian Marksmanship Program

Army JROTC Core Abilities
1) Build your capacity for life-long learning.
2) Communicate using verbal, non-verbal, visual, and written techniques.
3) Take responsibility for your actions and choices.
4) Do your share as a good citizen in your school, community, country, and the world.
5) Treat self and others with respect.
6) Apply critical thinking techniques.
7) Provide incentive to live drug free.
8) Strengthen positive self-motivation.

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Transforming young men into modern knights! Get a glimpse into the brotherhood that is St. John’s Military School.


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Full School Year Tuition and Standard Fees

Tuition for the full academic year includes: Classroom instruction by Kansas certified teachers, full use of school library, computer access during the school day, tutorial sessions as deemed necessary, and study hall monitored by Kansas certified teachers. Tuition fees also cover the cost of applicable testing, i.e. Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), through Northwest Evaluation Association and Kansas Assessments. Travel to medical and health care appointments.
$22,000
Room & Board for the full academic year includes: Room accommodations (usually a 2-man room) and meal
plan.
$6,320
Miscellaneous Fees: Haircuts, dry cleaning, laundry, weekly allowance, health fee, connectivity fee, technology fee, activity fee, intramural/sports fee, scheduled UA tests, textbooks and work books, and non-project specific class fees for Art, Photography, and Industrial Arts.
$2,580
Full Uniform Issue (See uniform list for current school year). First year cadets must purchase the full uniform issue
$2,950
TOTAL
$34,100
Personal Effects Items may be purchased by parent/guardian and brought from home or may be purchased from the school. (The cost of items purchased from the school will be reflected on your first monthly billing statement. Should all the personal items be purchased from the school, the total amount billed will be $300.)

A non-refundable application fee of $100.00 is due with application. This fee is separate from Tuition and Standard Fees charged in the contract. Upon acceptance a $1,500 non-refundable deposit is due with the contract to secure an enrollment position. The deposit will be deducted from the balance due on the contract.

Uniforms are a one time cost and are not an annual fee. There are different scholarships and financial aid opportunities that are available (see below) to assist with those costs.