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Welcome to Military Schools For Girls
This website is designed to provide the public with general information about military schools for girls. Our goal is to cover all types of military schools including boarding schools, prep schools, and military high schools. Any parent with a troubled teenage girl can benefit from the information on boot camps, wilderness programs, or therapeutic boarding schools. Learn how college prep or summer schools can help any girl prepare for college or a military career.
Military scholarships can refer to at least three distinct types of financial aid to help with high school, college, or graduate education costs. Get information about military scholarships, including military prep school scholarships here.
College Prep Schools
College Prep, or College Preparatory, schools are designed to help prepare students to attend the top colleges and universities. Learn what college prep schools have to offer girls as an alternative to boarding schools and optional military prep schools.
JROTC for Girls
The JROTC for Girls, Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC), program provides high school girls some benefits of a military school while at a regular public school. The JROTC for girls military program has all the same benefits as JROTC for boys.