Are you talking about the "Civil Prep" or foundation scholarship program?I was wondering what would get you an appointment to a prep school, such as NMMI, as an alternate to an academy.
If you don't medically qualify with DoDMERB or get a waiver, you are also ineligible for any of the prep programs.Is prep school still possible, IF you didn't get an appointment (lets say perhaps someone had a slightly stronger portfolio.
My answer to that would be Yes (for civil prep anyway) and here is why.Is prep school still possible, IF you didn't get an appointment (lets say perhaps someone had a slightly stronger portfolio.
Yep the AOG puts up the money for the civil prep scholarship. Civil prep is "civilian" to distinguish it from USMAPS or NAPS - which is military.I don't think I will be eligible for prep school if I don't make it into an academy. I looked up AOG scholar and it came up with information concerning civil prep. Is this correct?
I don't know - depends. You will be competing against the entire pool of 10,000 or 11,000 who apply. West Point definitely looks highly on those who reapply.If you attended one of the senior military colleges, your chances of getting into an academy is how high percentage wise?