SRP Rickover Military School

rickover military school campusOverview

Rickover Military School is at 5900 North Glenwood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60660. Rickover Military School is one of the preparatory schools, which prepares students for college. The school is led by Academy Superintendent Michael J. Biela. The school gives training to the students to prepare for their college. The school also keeps a keen eye on the students to check them internally.

The school is nationally ranked at 1556 and was also awarded silver medal. The school ranks 62 within the state, with this rank the school is allowed to take Advanced Placement Program.

Rickover Military School through its programs focuses on developing independence, integrity, discipline, cooperation, good citizenship and leadership program. Rickover Military School further checks that their students are under absolute discipline and coordination. The school also cultivates Military discipline among its cadets.

Type Private
Grades 6-12
Gender All Boys
Tuition Fee
  •  For Alabama Residents: $20,405.00
  • For Non-Alabama Residents: $21,525.00
Total Students 92
Teachers Ratio 1:8


rickover military school academic

Rickover Military School provides training and education from 9th grade to 12th grade. One has to pass the common annual examination held by the school to promote from one grade to another.

The examination conducted for each grade is different from the other grade. The school also provides an extra opportunity to their students and teachers also stays at the school till late hours so that the can clarify any lessons during late hours.

Address 5900 N Glenwood Ave, Chicago, IL 60660, United States
County Tallapoosa
Size 320 Acres
Year Founded 1898
  •  Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • Alabama Independent School Association (AISA).
  • Alabama Association of Independent Schools (AAIS)
  • Association of Military Schools and Colleges in the United States (AMSCUS)
  • Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS)

Rickover Military School provides different subjects for the students so that may develop fully in their respective fields. The courses offered to seniors are different from juniors. The courses offered are as follows :

For Junior Course Selection:

  • English
  • English Language and Composition
  • British Literature (Elective)
  • Math
  • Advanced Algebra with trigonometry (Elective)
  • Naval Science (Elective)
  • Social Science
  • United States History

For Seniors Course Selection:

  • English
  • English Language and Composition
  • World Literature (Elective)
  • Math
  • Naval Science (Elective)
  • Social Science
  • Science
  • Spanish II

Extra-curricular Activities

rickover military school Extra-curricular Activities

Rickover Military School provides many opportunities to their students so that they can grow up to become useful human beings. The school provides clubs for their students. The school provides a tour to different military bases so that student can explore about the military bases. The school provides quizzes and other competition so that the students can develop. The clubs are:

  • Biology Club
  • CARA Runners Club
  • Mayor Daley’s Book Club
  • Robotics
  • International(Travel) Club
  • Yearbook
  • Staff
  • Art and Club
  • Gaming Club
  • Youth Wellness Club


Rickover Military School also provides sports activities to ensure that their student is fit all year round.


  • Soccer
  • Cross Country
  • Basketball
  • Swimming
  • Baseball
  • Volleyball


  • Soccer
  • Cheer leading
  • Swimming
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country


  • Cafeteria
  • Security
  • Internet access
  • Library
  • Stage
  • Sports Field
  • In school lunch
  • Transportation (buses/vans)
  • Swimming pool
  • Tour to different places
  • Gym


  • Army-Navy Football Game.
  • Tour of Annapolis, West Point , and Norwich.
  • Tour to Washington DC.
  • Fort Knox.
  • Visitation to Argonne National Laboratory Nuclear Physics Summer School.
  • London, England.

Camps attended by the students

  • Naval Station Great Lake Leadership Camp
  • basic Leadership Camp


  • The student needs to be a resident of Chicago.
  • The student needs to attend an Informational Open House and complete an interest inventory and two open-ended questions.
  • The student needs to have respectful behavior.
  • The student needs to have a physical fitness form consented by parents.

Admission Information:

For any admission related queries reach out to:
Mr. Aaron Hawkins, Admissions Director

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