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  • Top News

    • Fishburne School Year Starts With Honors
      Fishburne Military School (VA) Honored with Blue Star Memorial during First Formation

      Cadet William Curt (Port Republic, VA) took command of Alpha Company; Cadet Camden Teubner (Clearwater, FL) assumed command of Bravo Company; Cadet Min Chang Kang (Seoul, Korea) took charge of Charlie Company; and Cadet Jakob Harrison (Boulder, CO) accepted leadership for Band Company. Battalion Executive Officer is Cadet Larkin Petrelles (Falls Church, VA) and Battalion Sergeant Major is Cadet Luciano Dolfi (Stuarts Draft, VA).

    • Corps Leadership Comes Together
      Fishburne Military School (VA) Training Detail masters far more than push-ups and shoe-shines

      As an Honor Unit with Distinction within the US Army Cadet Command's 4th Brigade, Fishburne Military School has a long and proud tradition of military and leadership excellence to uphold. This is not lost on the TD Week Cadets as they work to master: Drill and Ceremony; Formal Etiquette, FMS History and Traditions; Military Protocol; as well as FMS and JROTC Regulations and Standards.

    • Fishburne Military School (VA) Announces Summer Awards

      Ryan Curran, of Carthage, NC, was recognized as Outsstanding Cadet of the Session. Bryce Burrell, of Warrrenton, VA, was named Outstanding NCO and Alexander Ralston, of Nellysford, VA, was honored as Outstanding Officer. The full list of award winners is below.

  • Athletics News

    • Fishburne Military School announces additions of Chip Hill, Terry Waters to athletics staff
      Waters and Hill

      Fishburne Military School is building on the recent success of its athletics programs with the appointments of football coach Chip Hill and wrestling coach Terry Waters, both announced at the school on Monday.

    • Baseball Celebrates Stellar Season
      The Fishburne Military School Caissons wrap up the year with a stellar 10-4 record

      The Fishburne Military School (VA) Baseball team gathered last night to commemorate a memorable and successful season. The team was still alive and in action in the VIC Tournament when Fishburne Athletics held the school's Spring Athletics Awards. Caissons baseball took the opportunity last night to treat the team to a dinner out and to announce team awards for the season.

    • Caissons Advance in VIC Tourney
      The Fishburne Military School Caissons wrap up the year with a stellar 10-4 record

      The win was set up by Trevor Norman who threw a complete-game 2-hitter with 15 strike outs. A clutch 5th-inning triple off the fence by Qua'sean Napier drove in 2 runs to seal the deal. The win sends the Caissons to the VIC Semifinals on Thursday where they will play the #1 state-ranked (in division 1) team, Liberty Christian Academy.

  • Alumni News

    • On the Trail Again – John Noonan ’99 Tapped as Jeb Bush’s National Security Advisor
      John Noonan, Fishburne Military School (VA) Class of 1999, has been tapped as Governor Jeb Bush's National Security Advisor

      John Noonan, Fishburne Military School Class of 1999, is back on the campaign trail. Recently, Florida Governor, and Republican Presidential hopeful, Jeb Bush named Noonan to be his National Security Advisor. Noonan is leaving his role as spokesman for the House Armed Services Committee, and once advised Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign on defense policy.

  • FMS in the News

    • NBC 29 story on Fishburne Military School receiving Blue Star Memorial Marker

      The National Garden Club picked Fishburne Military School to receive a Blue Star Memorial highway marker. The marker honors the men and women who have served in the United States armed forces.

    • News Leader Class of 2015 graduation photo gallery
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      The News Leader has a great online photo gallery from the Class of 2015 graduation,

    • One final formation

      Fishburne Military School's class of 2015 valedictorian Hunter Jordan Jennings knew the journey wouldn't come easy. “‘I never said it would be easy; I said it would be worth it,’” Jennings told his fellow cadets on Saturday at graduation.

    • The Marshall Plan: A welcome return to the barracks

      It has been 29 years since I marched through of the archway of Fishburne Military School as a senior cadet. On graduation day in May of 1986 I recall the presence of nearly my entire family as I stood at attention for my final formation. Four of the beloved family members who once stood beside me in my graduation photo have since passed away.