St. John’s Teaches Cadets to Lead a Healthy Lifestyle

The values, behaviors, and practices that children learn in their youth are those that often form the foundation of their beliefs as they move into adulthood. For this reason, one of the most vital lessons needed to shape successful futures is the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including a balanced diet, and regular physical activity. Unfortunately, despite all the … Read More

Battalion Commander Reilly-Reed Leads the 130th Corps of Cadets with integrity

This definition of leadership, spoken by cadet Lt. Col. Chris Reilly-Reed, proves why he was chosen by the school’s leaders to serve in the important role of battalion commander of the 130th Corps of Cadets at St. John’s Military School. The senior cadet who fulfills the duties of the battalion commander is expected to be a mentor for the Corps, … Read More

Military school signs agreement with KWU to benefit cadets

For more than 100 years, two academic institutions — Kansas Wesleyan University and St. John’s Military School — have anchored the south and north ends of Santa Fe Avenue. Now the liberal arts college at the south end of Santa Fe and the military school at the north end are signing an agreement to allow St. John’s cadets to pursue … Read More

SJMS Partners with Local Colleges to Offer Cadets Concurrent Courses

As part of St. John’s Military School’s ongoing commitment to developing opportunities that will best position its cadets for college-level academics, the all-male, all boarding, military-style high school has expanded its partnerships with two local area collegiate institutions. Cadets who meet academic requirements have more opportunities to take concurrent college courses at Kansas State Polytechnic and Salina Area Technical College. … Read More

New president joins St. John’s team

Having lived a life of dedicated to service and leadership development, COL William Clark, U.S. Army retired, is well-positioned to take on the role of St. John’s president. When asked what it means to have the opportunity to serve as the next president of St. John’s Military School, Clark is focused, pointed, and characteristically humble in his response as he … Read More

Valedictorian Wei credits St. John’s brotherhood with success in school

Brotherhood. It’s a word often used to describe the culture and ideology of St. John’s Military School, but perhaps it’s a word that’s never been more relevant than when used to describe the 129th Corps of Cadets. “Thanks to the St. John’s brotherhood. I learned the importance of being responsible for yourself and for others around you.”Daniel Wei This year’s … Read More