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Howe, Indiana, USA
We all hope for the best for our children – especially when it comes to their education. We dream of them seamlessly transitioning from primary to secondary school and “fitting in” immediately. The reality is the move to secondary school is a paradigm shift that can be overwhelming for some.
Secondary schools are places of change that coincide with a child’s biggest developmental changes. The combination of which can result in a breakdown of their coping mechanisms – leading to feelings of anxiousness and lack of control. Often, this affects their performance and may even cause them to lash out or withdraw for self-protection.
At HOWE Military Academy, we understand the strain this places on your family. That’s why we have spent 130 years perfecting our educational model so we can make life at HOWE as predictable and stable as possible for your child. Our fusion of military structure, Christian values, and educational rigor for grades 7-12 helps students feel cared for while demanding respect, self-discipline, and academic growth. This has prepared more than 5,000 young men and women for success after HOWE – 95% of whom have gone on to earn advanced degrees, become leaders in the military, or thrive in the private sector.
P.O. Box 240, 5755 North State Road 9Howe, Indiana, USA
Director of Admissions:
Admissions Phone:260-562-2131Toll-Free Admissions:888-462-4693Fax:260-562-3678
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Department Director: Maj. Leon Baker
Average Class Size: 8
Full Time Teachers: 20
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 25.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 8-1
Summer Programs Offered: Offered
Number of AP Courses Offered: 1
Department Director: Major Karl Vaughn
Number of Dorms: 3
Average Students Per Dorm: 25
No. of Girls Dorms: 1
No. of Boys Dorms: 2
Dress Code: Uniform
Clubs and Organizations
Athletics Department Director: Evan Long
Department Director: Marina Hoover
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 90.00%
Colleges attended in the past 5 years by our graduates:
Web Hayes (Class of 1906) Admiral, Grandson of President Rutherford B. Hayes
William Ball (Class of 1911) VP Ball Brothers Company
Thomas Parker (Class of 1939) Inventor of the Ice Cream Drumstick
Gordon Wiles (Class of 1948) Director of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
Dr. William Lee Kissick (Class of 1949) U.S. Public Health Service under President Kennedy and Johnson, drafted Medicare act 1965
Todd Herrick (Class of 1960) President of Tecumseh Products
William Frieder (Class of 1960) Former Head Basketball Coach at University of Michigan and Arizona State University
Richard McCully (Class of 1960) Federal Judge for Social Security Disability, Atlanta, GA
Tom Norman (Class of 1960) Federal Judge
Allen Paul (Class of 1963) Indiana State Senator
Summary: Various summer programs are being considered for 2016, including: summer academic session, camps, and workshops and seminars.
Department Director: Mrs. Jodi Clouse
Registration Deadline: N/A
Financial Aid Available: No
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