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St. John's Northwestern offers a variety of leadership programs throughout the year.

During the academic year, students can enroll in the Military Academy. In the summer, we offer different summer camp and school options. 

 

Military Academy

Our co-ed college preparatory school, with an emphasis on leadership.

Boarding and Day | Grades 7-12 | Tuition and Fees

St. John's Northwestern Military Academy fosters leadership in students on our beautiful campus in Delafield, WI.  We are committed to excellence in Academics, Athletics, Character & Service, and Leadership. Learn more about attending school at SJNMA by speaking with our admissions office today!

Summer Leadership Academy

Lancers Day Camp

an active, character-building camp combining recreation and team-building

Day Camp | Rising Grades 1-6 | June 29-July 2 and July 27-31, 2020 sessions

Spend an exciting, fun-filled time on the campus of St. John's Northwestern. Team-building games, archery, swimming, and more will keep you busy at this day camp!

Academic OPS

a structured summer school supplemented with military training

Boarding and Day Options | Rising Grades 7-12 | June 28-August 1, 2020

Five intensive weeks of learning and training offers students in grades 7-12 an opportunity to advance academically in the structured and supportive environment of our military boarding school. Course selections vary.

 

Adventure Camp

an exciting camp that instills leadership and military adventure skills

Boarding and Day Camp | Ages 10-16 | July 5-10, July 12-17 and July 19-24, 2020 sessions

Experience the roles of team player and leader. These camps are designed to motivate campers to understand their potential through a program focused on military adventure skills training and having fun! 

Raider School

a training program for the national Raiders competition

Boarding | Rising Grades 7-12 | August 10-19, 2020

Raider School gives young men and women the opportunity to expand their knowledge, enhance self-confidence, and develop themselves both individually and as a member of a team. This school will afford cadets the opportunity to be highly competitive both regionally and at the national level among hundreds of other programs.