- Private, Boarding, All-Boys
- WAYNESBORO, VA
- Academicsgrade A minus
- Diversitygrade B
- Teachersgrade B
- College Prepgrade B+
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade A
- Sportsgrade A minus
Since 1879, Fishburne Military School has prepared young men for success in the classroom and beyond. As one of the premier military schools in America, Fishburne provides your son with the structure he needs to succeed.
You will find a nurturing, supportive community here — one that's dedicated to helping you son tap into his full potential. He will get the personalized attention he needs to thrive through small classes and one-on-one tutoring. He will develop confidence and citizenship skills through our nationally-acclaimed JROTC program.
But most importantly, at Fishburne your son will build confidence, responsibility and character to help prepare him for success—no matter where life takes him. Request more information today.
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JROTC Leadership Training at Fishburne
As a JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction, Fishburne is one of just a handful of schools that can nominate qualified candidates to the United States Service Academies. Our JROTC program will build your son's character, inspire his academic achievement, teach him the power of teamwork, and show him the importance of selfless service.
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Fishburne Military School Reviews
The small class sizes, rigorous academics, life lessons, camaraderie, athletics, and leadership training have impacted him in a positive way that the local public school would never be able to match. He has more choices for sports, can’t “slip through the cracks” academically, and is much more involved in extracurriculars than he would’ve been at the public school. I’ve been incredibly pleased with the young man he is becoming. Most importantly, HE loves it. He says it’s like living with his best friends.
I never thought I would be a parent who sent her child to military school, but here we are...better because of FMS!