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Talented Cadets from the Regimental Band put together a drum static that is best performed by black light. Lots of good music being practiced in Mellon Hall tonight for the Annual Tattoo.

Tap the story to get a sneak peak.

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VFMAC introduced Esports to its lineup in the last year and it consists of more than just competitive video gaming. Esports at VFMAC includes practice days, team meetings, and tournament matches. Cadets who participate in Esports also participate in team building, critical analysis of games and matches played, discussion of game strategy and technology concepts.

High School Esports League (HSEL) is a Varsity Esports League which hosts competitions between high school students across the U.S. While our Academy is 7-12 and the HSEL is only High School, we also compete in the MSEL, Middle school Esports League.

In the first year, the Spring Major Tournament was the second full Esports season at VFMAC and we have TWO cadets who qualified for their respective national playoffs based on their incredible performances!

Cadet Anthony Guo, grade 9, placed 17th out of 950 high school competitors with a 7 wins, 1 loss record. His first playoff match will be versus Bayard Rustin HS (West Chester PA) on May 7th. He competes in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch.

Cadet Amar Hulan, grade 8, placed 30th out of 450 middle school competitors with a 5 wins, 3 losses record. His first playoff match will be versus North Shore Middle School (Glen Head, NY) on May 10th. He competes in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch.

Both HSEL and MSEL playoff matches will run through the week of May 9th through May 15th with championship matches held on May 20th and May 21st.

Good luck to both of our Cadets competing!
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Today we want to share a huge congratulations to our 1LT Mohammed Al-Thani for his acceptance to the United States Military Academy- West Point this coming Fall.

Mohammed not only excels in the classroom but excels by his leadership skills. While at the college Mohammed Al-Thani has shown tremendous leadership and character while leading our plebe company as the companies XO. 1LT Al-Thani has also led two crucibles during his time here.

Mohammed follows closely in the footsteps of his cousin Abdulrahman Al-Hanzab who attended Valley Forge Military College, Alumni class of 12’, Al-Hanzab also attended the United States Military Academy West Point after Graduation. Post-Grad, Abdulrahman Al-Hanzab is now working for the Qatar Army as a 1LT.

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point's mission is "to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army."

We are so proud of you 1LT. Al-Thani and we look forward to seeing your next accomplishments.

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Shout out to Cadet Reed (pictured on left), who has been accepted to the National Student Leadership Conference- Intelligence & Homeland Security Program!

The NSLC on National Intelligence & Homeland Security is an interactive experience that will give our cadet the opportunity to immerse himself in the challenging complexities of the intelligence and security community. He will act as a member of the security council, where he will be tasked with solving and unfolding a crisis. This is only one of the tasks at hand, during the conference there will be college lecture style series, behind the scenes tours, and leadership training.

We are proud of your effort and drive Cadet Reed! Congratulations!
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Congratulations to Cadet Andrew Ku'21 on his acceptances to Penn State University, Penn State University Brandywine, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Arizona campus! We are so proud of you, congratulations!
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Good morning! It is a beautiful day in Wayne, PA for the VFMAC Golf Classic at St. Davids Golf Club! A big shout out to our Title Sponsors for today's event!

Thank you to Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., John English '91, Tony & Gypsie Kolenski, Lintons Food Service Management, Mercedez-Benz of Lehigh Valley and Terra Technical Services, LLC!
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Employer Matching Gift Program

Many companies will match their employees’ charitable donations, dollar for dollar. Matching Gift Programs often double the amount of your donation. Check with your employer’s Human Resources department for details about your company’s plan.

For assistance, please contact:
Institutional Advancement
(610) 989-1329
development@vfmac.edu

Tax Credit

In Pennsylvania, businesses are allowed to direct their state taxes to Valley Forge Military Academy for financial aid scholarships, using the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) programs.

It is simple to participate. The important thing is meeting the application deadline, since tax credits are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted. Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for business guidelines and the online application.

Deadlines:

  • New applications should be submitted on July 1.
  • Applications for the second year of a two-year commitment are due May 15.
  • Applications for businesses who have fulfilled their two-year commitment and wish to renew their commitment are due May 15.
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