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Cleveland Junior Naval Academy Developing tomorrow’s leaders today. Mission. “ to foster self-esteem, self discipline, academic excellence, physical fitness and leadership .”. Mission. Academics. Leadership. Activities. Academic Achievement.

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“to foster self-esteem, self discipline, academic excellence, physical fitness and leadership.”





academic achievement
Academic Achievement
  • Goal: to prepare every student to achieve after high school
    • 75% of Teachers have advanced degrees
    • 15 : 1 Student to teacher ratio means smaller more inclusive classes.
    • 3nd in Math on MAP and 4th in Communication Arts. 2nd overall in SLPS
    • 90% senior acceptance to college for class of 2008
    • Class of 2008 earned over $2 Million in Scholarships.
    • 91% attendance year round
    • Advanced Placement Classes: AP Calculus, AP Physics, AP English Language, AP US History, AP World History, AP English Literature.
leadership potential
Leadership Potential
  • Goal: to instill a sense of service, self-esteem and purpose
    • Leadership positions earned through merit, grades, citizenship, and moral character.
    • Regimental Staff is composed entirely of top level senior cadets and select juniors.
    • The only free standing public NJROTC academy
    • Over a decade of Distinguished Unit Status from Chief of Naval Education and Training
    • 9 attendees to US Naval Academy and 2 and to the Coast Guard Academy
school activities
School Activities
  • Goal: to promote fellowship, sportsmanship and sense of accomplishment
    • Year-round sports (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, tennis, track, volleyball, wrestling)
    • Clubs (art, band, chess, choir, debate, newspaper, yearbook, and whatever interests the students)
    • Field Trips (Fort de Chartres, Washington, D.C., Leonard Wood, Jefferson City, Scott AFB)
    • Military (St. Louis City Color Guard, Exhibition Drill Team)
entrance criteria
Entrance Criteria
  • Academically focused
  • Lack of prior discipline issues
  • Certain medical conditions may not be conducive to the environment
  • Interested candidates should contact Mrs. Viviano at 231-1443

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