Summary: Fishburne Military School has designed a five-week Summer Session especially for students who want to improve study skills, prepare for SATs, earn additional credits for graduation, benefit from JROTC adventure training and confidence building, prefer a structured and caring academic environment, and enjoy daily extra-curricular athletics and activities.
During Summer School, Fishburne offers daily sports camps for soccer, basketball, golf, football, tennis, wrestling, martial arts, and strength & conditioning. On Wednesday afternoons, cadets participate in an adventure or confidence building activity such as rappelling, orienteering, or building a one-rope bridge. On Friday afternoons Summer School cadets receive additional cadet and military training until 5:30 p.m. These activities are directed by the Commandant’s Office and by Fishburne’s JROTC Staff.
In addition, Fishburne offers JROTC Leadership Education & Training (LET) 1, 2, & 3 during Summer School. The JROTC instruction and training is focused upon developing each student’s ability to achieve leadership, character, and academic success. Taking JROTC may help cadets increase
their potential to receive ROTC scholarships and to be selected for admission to one of the United States Service Academies.