About the Book
Every year thousands of teens begin their new life as a cadet in military high schools. These boarding schools provide them with a great foundation to build upon for their college days and into their adult lives. Often these teens arrive at school apprehensive due to a lack of understanding on what they will experience.
What if a book could help ease their transition into military high school?
A book with practical guidance on military drill, preparing for inspections, and personal development was born: Surviving America’s Military High School.
Inside the covers of this great book, the new cadet will have a wealth of information at their fingertips from understanding leadership to preparing for college. New cadets can learn how to make a hospital corner, shine their shoes, or get practical advice on studying. Making the transition from public school student to military high school cadet could not be easier with this book as your guide.
The website for Surviving America’s Military High School contains six samples from the book including excerpts from the following chapters: Selecting a Military High School, Uniforms, Military Drill, Studying, Time Management, and Preparing for College.
Is There a Book Trailer?
Yes, there is. You can view the book trailer directly from the book’s website. Visit http://www.militaryschoolbook.com and you will find the book trailer on the bottom of the right sidebar.
Where to Purchase the Book
Surviving America’s Military High School is available for $15.99 at Amazon and Createspace. To purchase the book at one of these retailers, use the buttons below.
Is the Book Available in eBook form?
At this time we do not have any plans to make this book available in eBook formats.
Does this book have stories about someone’s experiences in military high school?
No, this book is an instructional guide.
Is this book about how to be a cadet at a Service Academy?
Much to our astonishment a great number of West Point Cadets were offended by the writing of this book thinking it was meant as a guide for Service Academy cadets. The nation’s five service academies are: United States Military Academy, United States Naval Academy, United States Air Force Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, and United States Merchant Marine Academy. The co-author, Keith McRae, was a cadet at the United States Military Academy but this book is not about West Point. There is a section on applying to Service Academies in the book as many military high school cadets apply to these academies each year. The application process can be confusing. The chapter is aimed to help them with the basics of the application process.
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