Commitment to Military School Education

St. John’s Military School is a five star community rated school according to GreatSchools, as published in Business Week magazine. Most students who are enrolled in grades six, seven and eight live in semiprivate billets separate from the high school students. This allows our military advisors to develop unique programs for the younger students and develop expectations that are fair and realistic for this age group.  Both the middle school and upper school accommodations have recreational facilities for age-appropriate movies and supervised electronic games.
For boys with ADHD, the lower faculty to student ratio at St. John’s makes a significant impact on their ability to remain focused and engaged in the classroom. Read Full Story Here
SJMS has been recognized by AdvancED for its high academic honors and demonstration of powerful practices. AdvancED is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts rigorous on-site external reviews of PreK-12 schools and school systems to ensure that all learners realize their full potential. As part of the on-site review process, a team of external reviewers spent three days meeting with faculty, administrative and support staff, students, and parents from St. John’s Military School. The external review team examined student academic performance results, analyzed instruction and curriculum quality and efficacy, observed learner and family engagement levels, reviewed available support services, and college and career readiness data.
An extremely high percentage of SJMS graduates go on to institutions of higher learning. At St. John’s we take great pride preparing our cadets for a bright future with concurrent college class offerings. The partnerships allow cadets the opportunity to get a jump start on their college education on our own campus. Learn More Here
A preponderance of graduates from St. John’s Military School make application to, and are accepted into, institutions of higher education in the United States and abroad. Some Cadets elect to continue their education at universities or colleges, while others enroll in vocational training centers in their home cities or neighboring states. The 126th Corps of Cadets seniors were accepted into the following institutions: United States Air Force Academy, Virginia Military Institute ,Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University ,Kansas State University ,West Virginia University, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Virginia Tech ,CU Denver, Emery Riddle University, University of Texas ,Texas Christian University, Arizona State University ,University of Houston, and Arkansas State University. Another option many St. John’s graduates have chosen to pursue is entrance into military colleges such as The United States Military Academy at West Point, the Air Force Academy, etc. As an “Honor Unit With Distinction”, St. John’s Military School may submit multiple recommendations each year on behalf of St. John’s graduates to each of the military colleges. For young men pursuing a dream of attending a military college, St. John’s can help them achieve this honorable and prestigious goal.
St. John’s Military School student to teacher ratio varies from 8:1 to 10:1, depending upon the makeup of the student body in any given calendar year. This low ratio ensures exceptional military school education as teacher’s concentrate on the individual needs of their students in tailoring an educational and instructional approach based upon each student’s innate ability.
For over thirty years, St. John’s has earned the designation of Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) Honor School with Distinction from the United States Army Command. This accomplishment is very unique and there are few educational institutions that have achieved a similar designation over the years. This exceptional recognition illustrates not only the quality of St. Johns’ education, but also the benefits of a structured environment that strongly emphasizes the achievement of personal and Cadet Corps objectives.