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  • Top News

    • Fishburne Military School Selected to March in Presidential Inauguration Parade
      Fishburne Military School Corps of Cadets will march in 58th Presidential Inauguration Parade

      Fishburne Military School has been selected to march in the 58th Presidential Inaugural Parade. Although this will be the first time Fishburne Military School has marched in a Presidential Inauguration,, the Corps of Cadets has previously marched in review for President Calvin Coolidge, Virginia Governors Harry Flood Byrd and Gerald Baliles, Secretaries of the Army Generals Geroge C. Marshall and Eric Shinseki.

    • Fishburne Military School Drill Teams Excel at Liberty
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Drill Teams rack up four first-place trophies in American Legion meet.

      The Hudgins Rifles, Armed Regulation Platoon, and Color Guard each took first place in their respective categories and Cadet Thomas Fosdick (Staunton, VA) received a first place trophy for Individual Unarmed competition. Hudgins Rifles were commanded by Cadet Blake Seydel (Woodbridge, VA); the Armed Regulation Platoon was commanded by Cadet Alexander Issacs (Reston, VA); and the Fishburne Military School Color Guard was commanded by Cadet David Eldredge (Carver, MA).

    • STEM in Action at Fishburne Military School
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) joins Hour of Code to inspire students to study computer science

      Fishburne Military School may be the oldest accredited secondary school in Virginia but the Faculty and Cadets are far from living in the past. The school's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics initiative is teaching young men an appreciation for 21st-century skills that will, undoubtedly, be critical to their future success. "The Hour of Code this year was an overwhelming success with 100% participation among cadets," noted Rodes.

  • Athletics News

    • State Champion Rifle Team Showing No Signs of Rust
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Rifle Team looking for 3rd straight State Championship

      The Fishburne Military School Rifle Team opened up their season last night with a scrimmage against Hargrave Military Academy (Chatham, VA). The Caissons are the defending state champions, having clinched their second-straight state championship last February by defeating Massanutten Military Academy (Woodstock, VA). That was their sixth state title since 1999.

    • Fishburne Military School Hosts 9th Caisson Classic
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Hosts Caisson Classic Military Schools Basketball Tournament

      This weekend, the top military schools in Virginia will clash on the hardwood at Fishburne Military School during the 10th Annual Caisson Classic military schools basketball tournament. This tournament brings together teams from Fishburne Military School, Fork Union Military Academy, Randolph-Macon Military Academy, and Massanutten Military Academy for a competitive weekend of varsity basketball.

    • FMS Announces Fall Athletics Awards
      Fishburne Military School's Tyler Long (Beavercreek, OH) named recipient of Fall Athletics James Hogg Awards

      Three times each school year the Fishburne Military School Caissons come together in Lawton Chapel to celebrate the successes of their athletic teams and to recognize individual efforts and achievements. The awards presentations are then followed by a special dinner prepared for the athletes. The full list of FMS Fall 2016 Athletics Awards follows:

  • Alumni News

    • Fishburne Military School Mourns Passing of Giant in School History
      Joseph Byron Yount III, Esq. (1939-2016)

      Joseph Byron Yount III, 76, former Waynesboro mayor and longtime city attorney, well known for his half century of board leadership at Fishburne Military School and as a local historian, speaker, and writer, died Sunday. Mr. Yount was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Fishburne-Hudgins Educational Foundation in 1967 and served tirelessly until his death.