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Military Prep Academy

 

 

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The Military Prep Academy serves 9th-11th grade scholars.  It is hosted at our Scott Campus.

 

Military Foundations @ Scott H.S. Campus

9th Grade Scholars from Simon Kenton, Dixie Heights, & Scott High Schools

The course is offered at the Scott High School Campus to freshman from all three Kenton County High Schools.  The first course in the Military Preparatory Academy is designed to give scholars a basic understanding of military concepts concerning the Army.  Topics include, but are not limited to: drill and ceremony procedures, ranking systems, and physical training techniques.  Scholars who successfully complete the military foundations course have the option to continue in the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology Military Preparatory Academy during the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. Scholars must also enroll in a mathematics course and science course in the Academy.

 

Freshman Academy Pathway:      
Military Foundations                           
English I                                               
Algebra I

 

Military Character & Leadership @ Scott H.S. Campus                   

10th Grade Scholars from Simon Kenton, Dixie Heights, & Scott High Schools

The course is offered at the Scott High School Campus to sophomores from all three Kenton County High Schools.  The second course in the MPA sequence is Military Character and Leadership offered at the Edgewood Campus to sophomores from all three Kenton County high schools. The Military Character and Leadership course is designed for scholars interested in learning objectives of leadership behavior that cadets currently exhibit and to develop a plan for improvement of personal leadership behavior. Scholars explore how honor, courage, and commitment are defined in military core values. In addition, using introspection to develop leadership traits, combined with teaching leadership principles will be defined by learning responsibility, accountability, and understanding authority. The roles of the NCO, enlisted, and officers are established, along with learning and maintaining high morale, understanding military discipline, and learning both individual and team training. Scholars must also enroll in a mathematics course and science course in the Academy.

 

Sophomore Academy Pathway: 

Military Character & Leadership            

English II                                           

Algebra II*

*Scholars enrolling in the sophomore pathway for the Academy must take GEOMETRY at their home high school if not already completed.

 

 

Military History & Citizenship @ Scott H.S. Campus           

11th Grade Scholars from Simon Kenton, Dixie Heights, & Scott High Schools

The course is offered at the Scott High School Campus to juniors from all three Kenton County High Schools. The third course in the MPA sequence is Military History and Citizenship offered at the Edgewood Campus to juniors from all three Kenton County high schools. The Military History and Citizenship course is designed for scholars interested in learning patriotism as it pertains to rights, responsibilities, privileges, citizenship, and freedom. The history of great Americans and their contributions through the military will be explored.  Scholars will also have an understanding of the history of the U.S. Flag, the great American seal, the political systems of government, and the branches of the government. National defense and civic responsibilities will also be explored. Scholars must also enroll in a mathematics course and science course in the Academy.

 

Junior Pathway:                          
Military History & Citizenship                  
English III                          
Accelerated/Honors Pre-Calculus ** 

**Scholars enrolling in the junior pathway for the Academy must have completed Geometry and Algebra II.

                                   

Military Research & Advancement @ Scott H.S. Campus     

12th Grade Scholars from Simon Kenton, Dixie Heights, & Scott High Schools

The fourth course in the MPA sequence is Military Research & Advancement offered at the Edgewood Campus to seniors from all three Kenton County high schools. The Military Research & Advancement course is designed for scholars to complete research projects that are based around their experiences in the MPA and how it will advance their future in the military, college, and career.