CMI's demanding academic program includes language arts, math, science and history, as well as world languages,
leadership, and physical fitness training. CMI seeks and supports students who have ambition and are ready to take responsibility for their
CMI understands that some cadets will enter CMI performing below grade level standards and that these students will need to be supported
by providing them extra opportunities to accelerate learning, i.e. intervention, Saturday school, after school classes, or study hall.
It is our expectation that each cadet will take advantage of these opportunities, and through hard work, determination, and a positive
attitude do whatever it takes to meet CMI's academic standards.
We also understand that some cadets will require intense support and motivation to develop the work habits, determination, and a
CMI will offer a positive learning environment, enhanced by leadership, teamwork, and the safe and structured discipline of the
military. All cadets will participate as members of the Corps of Cadets, assuming increased responsibility through various positions of
leadership. Cadets will earn a sense of pride and community at CMI by learning military customs and courtesies and by achieving promotions
and awards for their accomplishments.
CMI's three pillars are to promote academic excellence, develop leaders of character, and inculcate habits of lifelong physical fitness.
By participating in a military learning environment, cadets will develop personal discipline, physical fitness and leadership skills. The
goal of CMI is to graduate cadets who are capable of meeting the admissions requirements for any school in the nation and who are prepared
for their roles as future leaders.
Unlike traditional public and private schools that suspend and expel students at the slightess provocation, CMI is structured to provide
intense intervention, counseling, and remediation to cadets who make bad choices. CMI's goal is to stop the youth to prison pipeline that
has become increasing epidemic; promote academic excellence, develop leaders of character, and inculcate habits of lifelong physical fitness.
By participating in a military learning environment, cadets will develop personal discipline, physical fitness and leadership skills.