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Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) swears in Honor Council

Fishburne Military School Inducts Honor Council

The Cadets appointed to the Honor Council were: Cadet Major William Rowell (Chesapeake, VA); Cadet Captain Logan Amico (Pittsgrove, NJ); Cadet 1st Lieutenant Diego Dura-Ballestar (Spain); Cadet 1st Lieutenant Elijah Benito (Deale, MD); Cadet 1st Lieutenant Blake Justen (Mentor, OH); Battalion Sergeant Major Brian Draper (Washington, DC) …

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Fishburne Military School Color Guard

Fishburne Military School Celebrates Blessing of the Colors

The time honored tradition is meant to unite the corps under one banner and to bless the corps in its mission to produce disciplined and educated young men. The guest speak was Major Steven A. Sherrill a 1989 graduate of Fishburne Military School who spoke about the impact of a Fishburne education in his life.

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Fishburne Military School Officers

Fishburne Military School Concludes Training Detail

While most High School students were lazily finishing up their summers, the cadets at Fishburne Military School were already hard at work. The Caissons’ Football, Soccer, and Cross Country athletes reported back to campus … In addition to these athletes, Cadets in consideration for leadership positions were invited to “Training Detail” week.

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Fishburne Military School Cadets

Fishburne Cadets Have Uniquely Rewarding Summer

Most rising seniors get summer jobs such as lifeguarding, being a busboy at a restaurant, or counseling at a summer camp; however, Fishburne Seniors Cadet James Wright (Seattle, WA) and Logan Amico (Pittsgrove, NJ) wanted a more challenging experience.

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Fishburne Military School Kicks Off Summer Session 2014

The program, which combines a robust slate of athletic and military activities with a rigorous academic schedule, was designed to provide young men with a healthy and motivating environment in which they may strengthen their academic foundations or work to get ahead in the classroom.

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