What is St John's military school??
St. John's Military School, located in Salina, Kansas, was a private boarding military school for male students from grades 6 to 12. It aimed to develop students' academic and leadership skills in a "military environment" overseen by a President, Academic Dean and Commandant of Cadets. It has the capacity for approximately 220 students.
Is St John's a good school for JROTC??
St John's was normally one of the highest ranked JROTC programs in the United States. Because of its high ranking in the Annual Formal Inspection, the school was allotted up to fifteen recommendations to the U.S. Military Academies. The school year ran from late August to early May.
How long has St John's chapel been at St John’S Military School??
It has opened its doors to thousands of Cadets who have become spiritual leaders in the 60 plus years it has been at St. John’s Military School. Prior to that time the Chapel stood at Camp Phillips, which was southwest of Salina, and was erected at the beginning of World War II.
Why St John’s School??
St. John’s has enjoyed serving young men and their families. Thousands of young men who have attended the school have gone on to become loving husbands and fathers, making significant contributions to our society. SJMS is a place that is considered a home to thousands of Old Boys across the United States and the world.