Lay the Foundation for the Rest of Your Life
Valley Forge Military Academy has a long tradition of developing boys into young men of character, discipline and integrity.
Watch this brief overview video to learn how your son can make his academic future a reality while learning skills he’ll use the rest his live.
The journey begins with an application.
Though we have high standards for admission, we also want you to succeed and put your best foot forward. So contact us today, and we will guide you through the application process.
Are you ready to take the first step in becoming the best version of yourself?
Schedule a Campus Tour
The best way to know if the Academy is a fit for you is to come and see for yourself. Visits are held on an appointment basis, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. When necessary, a visit may be scheduled on Saturday by appointment.
Because cadet life is best experienced when classes are in session, we encourage families to visit during a weekday. While daily visits are encouraged, large campus visitations are available for those wanting learn more about the opportunities at Valley Forge.
Meet with the Academy Admissions Team in Your Area
The Application Process
We accept applications on an ongoing basis for January or September enrollment. The earlier you apply, the earlier you can be accepted and considered for scholarship opportunities.
The process begins with an application. Once we receive a completed application form, we will send a request for transcripts and evaluation forms to candidate’s present school. Please note: an acceptance decision cannot be rendered until we have this information.
We are committed to notifying you of our decision within one week of receiving your completed application. Written notification of the decision will be mailed. Upon notification of acceptance a $500 deposit is required, which will be credited toward tuition.
To begin the application process, click here for the online application form.
If you have any questions during the application process, or would prefer a mailed copy of the application, please contact your Admissions Officer at (610) 989-1200.
Once the application is submitted, your Admissions counselor will reach out to your son’s school to obtain the following documents:
- Completed application
- Official transcripts from candidate’s present school
- IEP or 504 plan if student currently has one
- Math & English teacher evaluation form
- Counselor evaluation from candidate’s present school
- Standardized test scores, if they have already been taken
- Interview with prospective student
All applicants must submit their most recent standardized test scores administered by their school or state. Applicants can submit SSAT (Secondary School Admissions Test) or ISEE (Independent Schools Entrance Exam) results.
SAT Codes for prospective students:
- SAT code: 007894
All applications will be screened by the medical and counseling staff because some conditions cannot be supported at Valley Forge.
All students are required to have a recent (within the last six months) physical examination. Once a student is accepted, and a $500 deposit is placed, you will receive all of the necessary registration/medical forms from your admissions counselor. These forms need to be completed in their entirety for all incoming students. The physical forms must be completed on our documents and signed by a doctor.
If the candidate is on medication, the prescribing physician must supply written verification on letterhead stationary that describes the type, dosage and reason for all medications taken.
Any candidate who has ever been involved in or is presently under the care of any directed or voluntary counseling or therapy program must have a written clinical summary submitted by the psychologist or psychiatrist. This form will be sent to you by your admissions counselor once the application is received and it has been indicated that this is necessary.