St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy  

St. John's Northwestern Military Academy CampusOverview:

St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy (SJNMA) was established in 1884. This Academy lies in Delafield, Wisconsin. It was founded by Rev. Sidney T. Smythe. It was a private college for boys. In 1995, St. John’s Military Academy was merged with Northwestern Military and Naval Academy (NMNA) in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, to form this academy called St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy on the Delafield campus.

This is actually a boarding school for students between 7th to 12th standard. This Academy also provides many summer programs as well. They believe in nurturing students in a good way in academics as well as athletics.

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 300
Teachers Ratio 1:8


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St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy believes in having strong academics. They believe that it is utmost important for students be very good in academics as that is a lifelong asset they gain and live a very successful life. They provide instructions that are perfect and challenging. They consider every student’s requirement and the positives and shortcomings. They make every effort to develop the boys in every way and create better individuals.

The faculty in this military academy is highly dedicated and pay attention to every child. They believe in having interactive sessions where students are made to participate. This helps in getting expertise on subject theoretically as well as practically

The Academy’s curriculum consists:

  • Projects on varied topics like science, mathematics, technology and engineering.
  • Art and music
  • Tutors are provided for those who need it.
  • The primary focus is on strong academic performance and practical application.
Address 1101 Genesee Street, Delafield, WI 53018, United States
County Wisconsin
Size 20 Acres
Year Founded 1884
  •  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)

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This academy believes that teaching children and nurturing them with best values is very challenging and they think it’s an honor to build the best future for them.

They build the relation of trust with the students and educate them in the right way. Also, they keep the boys away from unnecessary habits and develop them with discipline.

This school being for boys from 7th to 12th standard, they are very well developed and groomed in their growing age.

When an application is scrutinized, few factors considered are:

  • Motivation to attend the academy and perform well.
  • Prior record of the child in academics as well as in curricular
  • Entrance exam results
  • Capability and medical fitness

Athletics & Extra-Curricular Activities:

St. John's Northwestern Military Academy Extra Curricular Activities

St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy Extra Curricular Activities

Personal health is a major part of this academy and so they promote and encourage students to participate in athletics.

They offer interscholastic sports where students learn the meaning of teamwork, team spirit, and leadership. They are also given training for developing the good physique. They are offered to play sports like basketball, football, tennis, hockey, and many more outdoor sports.

They are also educated about health and its importance. Also, they help us keep our mind and body calm and make right healthy choices.

Boys are made to have competitions even in rifle shooting.

They also include a high-energy adventure camp and summer classes for self-development

This academy makes every effort to give the child the best environment to grow, develop himself and be the best in what he learns.

This academy surely gets the best in your child.

Admission Information:

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

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