Admissions Excellence remains a strategic priority at the Academy, with special emphasis on outreach to qualified minority high school students and candidates from historically underrepresented geographic areas of the country. The Office of Admissions provides a streamlined candidate identification and selection process that serves high school students and their families, guidance counselors and community leaders, congressional offices, volunteers, and the Academy. The objective of the program is the best possible pool of applicants, those who are prepared to handle the rigors of Academy life and assume the responsibilities required of commissioned officers. Admissions program areas with opportunities for private support include:

  • Admissions Outreach Initiatives
  • Educator Orientation Conferences
  • Centers of Influence visits
  • Candidate Awareness and Admissions Information programs
  • Midshipmen attendance at Congressional Academy Days
  • Production of marketing and display materials for use by staff, midshipmen and Blue & Gold officers 

Summer STEM Program

The Naval Academy competes for the finest high school students to become midshipmen. Private support helps develop quality marketing material, provide training for resident and extended Admissions staff and execute summer introduction programs for prospective applicants. STEM programs are designed to encourage middle and high school students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math with a secondary objective of encouraging these same students to pursue applying to the Naval Academy. Read more ...

Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) Support

NAPS, located in Newport, RI, helps selected midshipman candidates, including prior enlisted sailors and Marines, enhance their moral, mental, and physical foundations to prepare them for success at the Naval Academy. This initiative further develops the NAPS Academic Center, modernizes classrooms and labs and improves athletic facilities. Read more ... 

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Summer STEM Program

The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Summer Program for middle and high school students (grades 8 through 11) focuses on activities that are all about hands-on learning. By partaking in activities such as building a boat, a robot or working with cryptography or with lights and lasers, the desired outcome is to get kids excited early about science, technology and engineering. 

 
 

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