Hey Guys! This school called the Utah Military Academy just opened up about year or two ago about 15 minutes from my house. It was a school made to help people get to a military academy. I learned about this it from my Civil Air Patrol Squadron that moved there at the beginning of the school year and my Squadron Commander was asking if I would be attending next year. I really had no idea. My dilemma is the fact that I've already started a "career" here at my current high school. The Utah Military Academy is lacking what I consider to be essentials for a proper school. They don't have a swim team-which I think I could start-, NHS, and I might even go as far as saying a working educational system. But, the school is full of leadership opportunities. Think of it like the Air Force Academy. To some extent, it's ran by the student. I'm about to become an officer in the Civil Air Patrol and that would easily get me a staff position. The school is still in the making, improving a little every year. Although it provides the environment I want, I don't think it has what I need. I wanna see what I could do for the school but I am afraid it will do more harm than good. What do you guys think?