Valley Forge Academy Extends Admissions Deadline to Sept. 9

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There is still room in the upcoming 95th Corps of Cadets for boys in grades 7-12 who want to become part of Valley Forge Military Academy's long history of leaders.

Valley Forge Military Academy has extended its admissions deadline to September 9th as scholarships are available for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.

“Historically, the admissions deadline was a set one for all new and incoming students,” said Anna Brennan, Director of Academy Admissions & Academy Financial Aid. “We want to allow ample time for those who may not have applied yet due to concerns on funding.”

Nearly 90 percent of those attending VFMA receive financial aid to assist with the $39,304 full-year tuition, including room and board, or $23,779 for day students.

“An education as unique as the one offered here does not come without cost,” said Ms. Brennan. “We are grateful for those who support the education of our cadets year after year and scholarship contributions puts us in the enviable position of offering financial aid to those wishing to attend.”

VFMA graduates are accepted to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the US and around the world, including all military service academies, M.I.T., CalTech, all of the Ivy league schools, among many others.

Applications and additional information is available by clicking here, or by contacting 610-989-1561.

About Valley Forge Military Academy and College

VFMA is a private, independent college preparatory school providing a military-style education for boys in grades 7-12 and teaches the whole student with a comprehensive education centering around Five Cornerstones: Academic excellence, Physical development, Personal motivation, Leadership, and Character development.

Established in 1928, Valley Forge Military Academy and College is an international leadership institution comprising middle school, high school and college. The college has been designated by the governor of Pennsylvania and the legislature as the Military College of Pennsylvania.™

Find out more about VFMAC.

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