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Military Schools - State: Texas (4 Military Schools Found)

military schoolsTexas Military Institute

Located in the Texas Hill Country, TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas is a coed, college-preparatory school for students in grades 6-12. Its rich history dates back to 1893 when the school was founded by the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas and has grown to become the excellent academic community it is today.  From […]


military schoolsTexas Maritime Academy

The Texas Maritime Academy (TMA) is a fundamental part of the entire Texas A&M University, Galveston. This branch campus of the Texas A&M University is more focused on maritime and marine studies. The main location of the campus is 135 acres and is located on Pelican Island in the Gulf of Mexico.Groups of StudentsThere are […]


Marine Military Academy

The Marine Military Academy (MMA) can be found in Harlingen, Texas. It is a private academy for students who are in the college preparatory stage. It was established in 1965. Boys that are in grades 7-12 can enroll there. Students will also receive 1 year of post graduate study. The United States Marine Corps is not […]


military schoolsSan Marcos Academy

San Marcos Academy (SMA) is a co-educational college preparatory school affiliated with Texas Baptists. It is not specifically a military school, but it offers JROTC options. The school received its charter from the state of Texas in 1907 and opened to an enrollment of 200 students in 1908, making it one of the oldest boarding […]


As you might expect from a state known for its cry of ‘Remember the Alamo,’ Texas lays claim to some of the best secondary military schools and college-level military programs in the nation. In fact, Texas A&M is one of only three colleges or universities that has a major military Corps on the same campus with civilian students.

Texas also boasts of a number of schools with Reserve Officer Training Corps for all services, as well as secondary schools offering JROTC programs. These opportunities are one reason so many Texas students end up at one of the five federal service academies and in military service at all ranks.