The Military College of Pennsylvania™
VFMC has a long tradition of fostering personal growth through a unique, comprehensive system built on Five Cornerstones: Academic Excellence, Character Development, Personal Motivation, Physical Development, and Leadership.
Whether your ambitions are rooted in our rich military traditions or shaped by your scholarly endeavors, we invite you to explore all that we have to offer. We offer three paths toward earning your degree: as a member of the Corps of Cadets, as a Commuter Student, or through the Army ROTC Early Commissioning Program.
Although we are a military school, the end result is not necessarily to pursue a career in the military – though nearly 40% of our graduates will choose this path. The VFMC “military model” is, at its core, a structured way to teach students life skills that will propel them ahead of their peers.
VFMC is the only college in Pennsylvania that is designated as a NSA/DHS CAE2Y in Cyber Defense. This distinction identifies VFMC as a leader in cybersecurity education and makes our graduates equally coveted by transfer schools and businesses. Cybersecurity Certificate graduates will carry the NSA/DHS CAE2Y designation on their transcripts. In their junior and senior years of high school, Academy students can enroll in the College’s Cybersecurity Certificate, and complete it before they graduate, differentiating them from their peers at other private schools.
Valley Forge Military College is accredited through the Middle State Commission on Higher Education. VFMC has been a member since 1954 and our status was last reaffirmed June 28, 2012.
Upcoming VFMAC Events
COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Friday, October 20
6pm – 9pm
Silent Auction & Reception – Join fellow parents, faculty and staff for an evening of 1-hour open bar, music, heavy hor d’oeuvres, and silent auction supporting the Parents Leadership Council of Valley Forge Military Academy & College.
This event is complimentary, however registration is required for all attendees. Cadets will not be present.
Saturday, October 21
Academy Classroom Visits (Appointment only via Katy Ford, firstname.lastname@example.org)
College Open House
College Home Football Game against Williamson Trade School & Tailgate (Game starts at 1PM)
Both the football game and tailgate is complimentary however registration is required.
Cadet attendance is mandatory for the first half of the football game.
Sunday, October 22
Cadets are able to attend the Parents Breakfast. RSVP is required and the cost of breakfast is $20/person (current cadets are complimentary).
We invite you to learn more and visit VFMA’s sprawling 100 acre campus by attending our upcoming Open House on Saturday, October 21! VFMA is an independent, private, college preparatory school for boys in grades 6-12. We have a long tradition of instilling values and building self-confidence to prepare tomorrow’s leaders. The Academy offers college preparatory academics, credentialed faculty, competitive PIAA athletics, and individual attention, providing cadets with an environment focused on their academic success. Whether your ambitions are rooted in our rich military traditions or shaped by your scholarly endeavors, we invite you to explore all that we have to offer. We look forward to meeting you and discussing how Valley Forge Military Academy can help you achieve.
For questions, please contact:
Michelle Gatta, MEd.
Associate Director of Admissions- Athletic Liaison
Head Women’s College Volleyball Coach
Financial Aid Coordinator
We invite you to learn more and visit Valley Forge Military College’s sprawling 100 acre campus by attending our upcoming Open House on Saturday, October 21!
Since 1935, VFMC has earned a reputation as a well-renowned co-educational, accredited two-year private college. Young men and women come to VFMC to hold themselves to a higher standard of education and develop to their full potential. Designated as the Military College of Pennsylvania, VFMC provides an educational experience unlike any other in the Commonwealth. The quality academic foundation and individual confidence acquired at VFMC has served many of our graduates as a springboard to academic and personal success.
We have a long tradition of instilling values and building self-confidence to prepare tomorrow’s leaders. Whether your ambitions are rooted in our rich military traditions or shaped by your scholarly endeavors, we invite you to explore all that we have to offer. We offer three paths toward earning your degree: as a member of the Corps of Cadets, as a Commuter Student, or through the Army ROTC Early Commissioning Program.
Registration will begin at 8;30 am at Eisenhower Hall.
Our Chapel service is a blending of the religious, patriotic and military tradition conceived to inspire and motivate. The Chapel is the centerpiece of our Character Development Program and has a strong influence on our young cadets. Core Virtues are emphasized at Chapel services and in the classroom. While our Worship Service is non- denominational, it is Christian in nature.
The Ideal Vehicle For Developing Leadership And Management Skills
When students enter Valley Forge Military College, they must accept the values and standards of “The Forge” as their own if they are to succeed. For the Corps of Cadets these values and standards are reflected in three basic declarations: the Mission Statement, the Cadet Resolution and the Honor Code. The companies live together, eat meals together in the Regimental Mess, and wear the unique uniform that identifies them as Valley Forge Military College cadets.
Cadet training teaches students to think clearly, to keep their minds alert and active, and to form habits of neatness and correctness. It prepares them for greater responsibilities by teaching respect and obedience to authority and by developing habits of self-discipline.
How The Corps is Structured
All members of the Corps of Cadets are organized into separate companies — solely Academy Companies; solely College Companies; and Specialty Companies comprised of both Academy and College cadets. Each company is commanded by a Cadet Company Commander and assisted by a Cadet First Sergeant.
Academy Companies (Grades 7-12)
- A Company
- B Company
- C Company
- F Company
- G Company
- H Company
- I Company