Facebook Post by Mary O’Mara

Local Cornwall Resident Mary O’Mara’s Facebook Post: So! We have a woodstove that heats our house in the winter. We have a good amount of wood left over from last year. Son-in-law James coordinating our orders. I’ll take 2 cords, please. Channeling John on this project (recently departed husband). Wood

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Top New Cadets Announced

NYMA recognized its top two new cadets this week: Corporal Nargiaza Fayzullaeva of Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York and Corporal Jefferson McDonald of Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York.  Congratulations!

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Credit Where Credit is Due

NYMA: Credit Where Credit is Due At NYMA we teach many subjects, but one that infuses all we do is leadership. Good leaders give credit where credit is due, so it’s important to thank our faculty. Confronted with the complications of COVID-19, other schools are doing less for their students.

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Open House Saturday, August 8th (10-1)

Saturday, August 8th from 10:00 to 1:00 come see how we are developing the next generation of leaders!  Learn about how NYMA is re-opening safely this September with in classroom instruction, small class sizes with individualized attention, and our advanced curriculum.  NYMA offers a college preparatory experience like no other

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Trimester System at NYMA Announced

Dear NYMA Families,  I hope this message finds you and your family healthy and enjoying the summer break.  We at the New York Military Academy are working diligently on our re-entry plans for the fall.  Our re-entry plans are built around our commitment to deliver a full academic schedule for our cadets,

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COVID- 19 Update

Dear NYMA Community, Yesterday, a parent informed us that one of our students has tested positive for COVID-19. The parent wanted to assure us that she felt confident that it was not contracted on our campus.  Per the parent’s instructions, the cadet departed our campus on leave from NYMA 12

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1968

In our American Politics course, we recently examined the turbulent year of 1968.  My students were aghast to see the events unfold with the assassinations of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the Tet Offensive, and then the unbelievable political conventions held in Chicago.  “How could

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