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We Prepare Young Men To Succeed As Global Leaders
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Miller's Military Academy

MMA welcomes applications from cadets from all socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and national backgrounds who seek a challenging academic program and active participation in a unique environment.
The all-boys Miller’s Military Academy has proven to be an opportunity for young men to grow and in some cases re-establish hope in their lives. They also have the opportunity to experience positive male role models.

Leadership and Citezenship

This is whereyoung men become leaders.

Cadet Leadership Program

The Cadet Leadership Program takes cadets and teaches them how to be fair and responsible leaders. Throughout their cadet career these cadets learn how to take responsiblity for their actions and how to motivate fellow cadets to follow their example.

Whether it's in the classroom, while setting up a tent or living in a cottage, by the time they finish the Cadet Leadership Program these cadets will have been placed in a variety of positions of responsibility, and will have learned important life-long lessons about leadership.

Course Offerings

Choose a path with purpose

At Miller's Military Academy, education is key to successful development and the discipline it instills relates to other areas of life. We are proud to maintain a 15:1 Cadet to Teacher Ratio to ensure that every student receives the attention they deserve.


Boys Schools - Gender
Differences in Learning

One of the decision parents face when deciding to send a student to a private school is whether the school will be co–ed or single – sex.

Recent studies into learning styles have revealed that boys and girls learn very differently. Boys use more of their brains for spatial – mechanical functioning, which not only means that they enjoyed moving things around but also that they learn better when they able to do so. Boys also compartmentalize learning, which means that it gets harder for them to switch from one subject to another.

And, boys has less serotonin in their brain, so there more likely to act impulsively and be less able to sit still for long periods of time.

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