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  • Top News

    • Fishburne Military School Announces September Awards
      Cadet Jakob Harrison (Boulder, CO) was named Cadet Officer of the Month at Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA)

      Timothy Carney from Owings Mill, MD, and John Lipp from Orlando, FL were both named Fishburne Military School’s Cadet of the Month for September 2015; Cadet First Sergeant Hunter Wren-Russ of Calabasas, CA, was named Cadet Non-Commissioned Officer of the Month; Cadet First Lieutenant Jakob Harrison from Boulder, CO, was named Cadet Officer of the Month. Company of the Month honors went to Band Co.

    • Fishburne Military School’s Troop 1879 On The Move
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Boy Scout Troop 1879 practices water safety, conoeing and kayaking at Camp Shenandoah.

      The trip was a resounding success with Cadets Gavin Flanagan (Centreville, VA), Donald Cravins (Washington, DC) and Tyler Stiles (Williamsburg, VA) earning their Canoeing Merit Badge on Saturday. In addition, Cadets Hunter Wren-Russ (Calabassas, CA), Cody Chapple (Grottoes, VA), Cravins and Stiles earned their Kayaking merit badges on Sunday.

    • STEM in Action: Fishburne TARC Team Sets Lofty Goals
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) cadets participate in NASA-sponsored rocketry camp

      Cadets Samuel Saltzman (Leonardtown, MD), Torian Irons (Alexandria, VA), and Alex Sponeman (Fishers, IN) have worked together to create the first rocket for the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) 2016 contest. This will be the third consecutive year that Fishburne is involved with TARC, which is the world’s largest student rocket contest.

  • Athletics News

    • Caissons’ Cross Country Making Strides
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Cross Country Finishes Big At Wilson Memorial HS

      Avery Romp (Westford, VT), in his first XC race, paced the Caissons with a time of 20:04 followed closely by Doug Marsh (Middlebrook, VA - 20:35) and Evan LaQuaglia (Upper Marlboro, MD - 20:46). Marsh shaved 48 seconds off his time from last Saturday and La Quaglia shaved an amazing 2:47 seconds as well as achieving a career.

    • Caissons Soccer Opens Season with Win over Hargrave
      Fishburne Military School (Waynesboro, VA) Opens Soccer Season with Win

      It took 53 minutes, but once senior Babcour Sallah-Mohammed (Namibia) finally found the back of the net on an assist from fellow senior Adrian Sullivan, the flood gates opened and the Caissons scored five more goals; while only allowing one, in the final 27 minutes to take a 6-1 win over Hargrave.

    • 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.

  • Alumni News

    • FMS Alumni Association Announces Maryland Social
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      The Fishburne Military School Alumni Association has announced that there will be a BBQ Social for all Alumni in the Potomac, Maryland area on October 24th. Vinny and Sara Roa, FMS Class of 2005, will be hosting the event. Click on flyer for details and RSVP information.

  • 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.