"This is truly amazing to me," noted COL Morrison, between bites, "these young men are exploring ideas and utilizing equipment that I didn't even have access to in college. Thanks to faculty like Captain Galloway, Fishburne's young men are leaving this campus better prepared than ever for college...and to be life-long lovers of learning."
Fresh off of the STEM
Cadet Honored with Ethics Award
Fishburne Military School Cadet Logan Amico, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Amico of Pittsgrove, NJ, was honored Tuesday as this year’s winner of the Staunton (VA) Rotary Club’s Code of Ethics Award. “This is particularly nice,” Amico noted, “because it comes from my class and it tells me that they respect me as an honorable person.” The Class of 2015 overwhelming voted for Amico.
STEM on the Go
"These types of trips are crucial to a healthy STEM initiative," noted FMS Superintendent COL Gary Morrison (VA), FMS Class of 1981, "being able to see such amazing technology up close and having the opportunity to meet the people to who developed and built it is something these young men will never forget. These are the kinds of educational experiences that spark the imagination and lead to a lifetime of learning."
- Fresh off of the STEM