Gallup Military Academy














In order to prepare students for the technological advances of the future, each Cadet uses a personal computer and other media as an integral part of schoolwork.  The diverse curriculum which are usually part of a well-rounded school program, is designed to prepare Cadets for higher learning in civilian universities or U.S. Service Academies.

In addition to our world-class, award winning academic program, each Cadet also participates in a variety of military-related training designed to instill respect, discipline, self-confidence, teamwork, leadership skills, national pride and other positive personal traits. 

Gallup Academy provides the “whole person” experience, focusing on intellectual preparation, personal accountability and physical conditioning. This is done through a balance of high-technology, team participation, military standards and exciting recreational activities. Cadets receive the most realistic and challenging military program available. Life as an Gallup Academy Cadet is exciting, challenging and fun!

​Our “military model” that is provided by our Cadet Program is based on the tried and true Core Values of the U.S. Military and provides the military structure for the Gallup Academy Corps of Cadets.

All members of the Gallup Academy Corps of Cadets are instilled with the important values of Honor, Courage and Commitment by an extremely dedicated staff of academic and military professionals.
Welcome to Gallup Academy
"They come as children... 
               They leave as Leaders!!!"
Honor - Courage - Commitment

Gallup Academy is a private, independent, college-prep facility for students ages 12 and up within the Gallup, New Mexico commuting area. 

We are a day school for students within the Gallup commuting area. We do not have facilities for boarding students at this time.
Although this video was produced by another organization, the message of this video applies to almosat everyone. Especially young adults who might be aimless or undirected and who have already given up on life before their life even begins!

Watch this video several times to REALLY understand what is being said. Gallup Academy agrees with the views expressed in this video 100%. 

We TOTALLY believe in what is being said and we will instill these types of attitudes in our Cadets. 

There no time like the present to get your child enrolled at Gallup Academy so that they can learn attitudes and principles the this video talks about.  







PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURE TODAY, WITH US AT GALLUP MILITARY ACADEMY!
ANNOUNCEMENT:

WE ARE SAD TO ANNOUNCE THAT DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST, WE ARE SUSPENDING THIS PROJECT UNTIL A LATER DATE.  

THE NEXT TIME WE WILL TRY TO GET STARTED WILL BE IN JANUARY 2015 FOR THE START OF THE SPRING SEMESTER.

Keep in mind that this is NOT a free program.  If you want something FREE, just remember the saying, "you get what you pay for". If your current school situation is not working out for you or your student(s), then think about what is important (like the future life of your child) then make the correct choice. If you invest in the future of your child with time, money, etc. you and your student(s) can expect great divideds in the future.  If you invest nothing, then you and your student(s) will probablyget little or nothing in return. 

If your student still wants to enroll in a Cadet Program, check out www.GallupCAP.com

If it was easy, then anyone could do it!  
But taking the easy route has never resulted in  anything but mediocrity*** and/or failure!

***According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary: 

me·di·oc·ri·ty
noun \ˌmē-dē-ˈä-krə-tē\

the quality of something that is not very good : the quality or state of being mediocre

: a person who does NOT have the special ability to do something well

plural me·di·oc·ri·ties

Full Definition of MEDIOCRITY
1
    a : the quality or state of being mediocre
    b : moderate ability or value
2. a mediocre person
Examples of MEDIOCRITY

   We were disappointed by the mediocrity of the wine.
  He thought that he was a brilliant artist himself and that all his fellow painters were just mediocrities.