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Utah Military Academy

A 7-12 free public charter school in Ogden, Utah.

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Berlin Trip 2020

The final dates for our awesome Germany trip to Berlin have been selected. We are traveling on May 25 and returning on June 1. For those wishing to join yet, you have until Feb. 5 to register at: Current prices are $4005 for students and $4405 for adults. For those already enrolled, we are in the final stages of finalizing the details. Please get your passport information in on your enrollment page with EF Tours. If there are any questions, please email Ms. Angelique Waltzing at

West Point Information Event

West Point admissions is coming to Utah on January 27 for an information briefing. This is open to the public and is for all students interested in attending ANY of the five Service Academies, their parents, and high school counselors. Come learn what it takes to get into an academy!

When: Monday, January 27; 6:30-8:00 PM

Where: Ft. Douglas Post Theater – 245 Ft. Douglas Blvd, SLC (by University of Utah)

RSVP to Colonel Kevin Riedler at no later than Jan 22 to let him know you are attending.

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundations

provides scholarships to the children of Marines and Navy Corpsmen attending post–high school, undergraduate, and career technical education programs. The scholarship application for the 2020-21 academic year opened on January 1, 2020, and will close on March 3, 2020. For more information on eligibility or to apply, visit

Softball Conditioning and Softball Tryouts

Softball conditioning is starting on January 14 at 1:30-2:30p in the gym, and will take place every Friday. SOFTBALL TRYOUTS  will be on February 24 and 25th at 3:30.

USU Aggie Aviation Adventure

application now open, camp is June 1-5 or 8-12. Cost is $500, includes room, board, and flight (simulator, airplane flight, and helicopter flight). First come first serve and camps are filling fast.  Register at

SUU Governor's Academy

Juniors with a 3.75 GPA and above. The Governor's Honors Academy is organized to provide Utah high school students with an opportunity to learn, lead and interact with some of the foremost leaders in business, technology, humanities, science, education, communication and social science. The cadet will need to fund raise in order to pay for the Academy but in return they receive 6 credits and a 4 year scholarship to SUU. Those that are current high school juniors are welcome to apply. The cost of the Academy is $1100 for all expenses of the 9 day Academy held in the summer. Selected participants will receive a sponsorship packet, detailing how to raise money towards their $1100 fee (monthly payments may also be arranged). Those participants who attend the entire Academy will receive 6 college credits and a 4-year scholarship to Southern Utah University.  Here is the link to apply:

USU Biotechnology Summer Academy

For any interested high school students. See for an application, or come pick one up from Major Workman. Cost is $200 and includes housing, meals and materials. June 22-26, 2020. Applications due May 29, 2020. For more information call 435-797-2753 or email

Empower Manufacturing Scholarship for Jrs and Srs 

contest for those interested in the manufacturing or engineering field. Applications due February 10, 2020. Talk to Ms Pemberton if you have questions.

Gov Census Jobs

The government is looking for part time workers for this years’ census. Must be 18 yrs old or older… to apply.

Weber State Storytelling Festival

 see for more information. Monday through Wednesday, February 24–26, 2020. Free events for all on-  Monday, February 24 at Peery's Egyptian Theater, 24th and Washington in Ogden; 9 AM and 6 PM. Tuesday, February 25 at Peery’s Egyptian Theater at 9:30 AM and Wednesday, February 26 evening at the Davis Conference Center in Layton. 

PIC Store

Store hrs (M-F) 7:30-8 am (M-Th) 3-3:30 pm. Parents and Cadets can purchase items such as soft uniforms windbreakers sweatpants as well as a variety of items w/UMA logo. Store relies on parent donations such as candy bars, Gatorades, cans of pop-all varieties,Pop-Tarts, water bottles,beef jerky etc- things the store goes through the most. For every $10 you spend equals one volunteer hour. This list of current items needs is located on the FB parent Intel page. If you have any questions comments please email them to  If you have not yet registered an account to record your volunteer hours visit To receive notifications of  volunteer opportunities at the school an account will need to be created by you at

Military Ball

The JROTC Military Ball for all 9-12th graders will be held on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Time 7-9:30 PM.  Location: Weber State Ballroom. Cost: $15 single; $25 couple (buy tickets in the office). Picture packages will be available at the dance: #1-2 8X10’s, 2 5x7”s, 8 wallets $20; #2-2 8x10’s, 2 5x7’s $15.

Spirit Night

UMA will be having Spirit Nights  at Clinton’s Pizza Pie Cafe. Go on any of these days and mention you are from UMA and our school will receive 25% of the total sales. Wed Feb 5 the PIC Board will be there from 5:30-7:30 if  parents should have any questions/suggestions they may have.You can go any time they are open so come show your school pride!!

Monthly Parent Meetings

PIC monthly parent socials /meetings are held in the hanger the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m .We discuss upcoming fundraising, dances,ideas for mini classes etc. The meetings are a great way to meet other parents and form group resources for each other..Also, a FB poll has been created for your input on  certain days that would be more convenient for attending the meetings. Please give us your input and join us for our next meeting Tues, Feb 11th at 6 p.m. Questions/comments please email   

Feb. Valentine Fundraiser

Starting Feb 3,2020 PIC will be selling candy grams. Price of bags will be $1/small and $3/large. In addition $1 raffle tickets will be available for various Valentine gifts such as flowers from Cedar Village,7 gift cards/ baskets. Candy grams will be delivered daily as they are purchased. Raffle items will be done at 9:10 formation on Feb 13th as it is early out for Parent Teacher Conferences. PIC would like to thank Randalynn Ward @ Hershey’s for their generous donation of candy and chocolates! 

Jr. High Semi Formal

The theme is Welcome To Hollywood

  • When: Feb 7th, 2020 7pm-9pm

  • Cost: $5/person in advance, $8/person @ door includes 2 tickets for snacks/drinks 

  • Additional ticket purchases are $1/ticket

Dress: Semi-formal; jeans and a nice button down (with or without a tie), dress pants and nice shirt, dresses with appropriate length, etc..We will be doing royalty as well - King and Queen are 8th grade; Prince and Princess are 7th grade. Any questions, please contact or

OWTC Scholarships

OWTC is offering 2 different scholarships, the Utech scholarship and the summer bridge scholarship.  
    • UTech scholarship:

      • Applications available online January 20 − March 6, 2020 

      • Will pay up to one year tuition and required textbooks. 

      • Must have taken a CTE course while attending high school. 

      • Must be enrolled or intend to enroll in an eligible program. * Non-eligible programs: Cosmetology, Barbering, Nail Technician and Apprentice  

    • Summer Bridge Scholarship

      • Applications available online March 20 − April 26, 2020 

      • For Cosmetology, Barbering, Nail Technician, Apprenticeship or students who have not taken CTE classes in high school. 

      • Can be used for the summer months (June 2020 - August 2020).

      • If attendance and progress are good, can be extended up to one year!

Volunteer to Become a Sponsor family for Young Airmen

Help the StandUpUsa program help young airman stationed at Hill Air Force Base to improve their mental health and well-being through home-based community support. Invite Airmen into your home for family dinner, game night, watching sports games, holiday parties and other family-oriented activities. Honor an Airman by volunteering to be a sponsor family ro by donating to help others. Learn more at

Judge for a Day

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a Judge? The Judge for a Day program provides eager high school students the opportunity to spend time with a judge and experience our legal system. Students have an opportunity to shadow a judge for one day from March through May.This program is offered in conjunction with national Law Day. The 2020 Law Day theme is: Your Vote, Your Voice, Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100. Students are asked to write a short essay or submit a 90 second to 2 minute video or musical composition on the Law Day theme as part of their application. For more information, visit or contact Utah State Courts Communication Director Geoffrey Fattah at For more information on the Law Day theme, go to  See the flyer at

Saturday School

will be held on January 25 in room 101 with Mr. Stumph from 8am-12pm. Please be on time, doors will lock at 8:01am, no late comers will be allowed entry. Cadets will need to wear any uniform, except for their PT’S. Cadets are expected to attend at least 80% of their classes. Failure to attend school at least 80% of the time (whether excused or unexcused) means a cadet is chronically absent, and he or she will be placed on Attendance Probation. Two tardies count as one unexcused absence. Teachers are not obligated to provide work missed during an Unexcused Absence, and cadets are responsible for gathering any work they missed during an Excused Absence. Without a Drs Note, pre-excused absence form or authorization from an administrator, all absences/tardies excused and/or unexcused will count towards Saturday School. Cadets who are on a sports team, drill team or any other UMA teams must maintain 80% attendance. Cadets must attend all of their scheduled classes in order to participate in a practice or contest on that day. If the principal or designee grants an excused absence in advance for a pre-scheduled activity or an unforeseen emergency, the cadet may participate on that day. In addition to other infractions, a cadet may be suspended or removed from a team for unexcused absences or chronic tardiness to classes or team practices. “When students improve their attendance rates, they improve their academic prospects and chance for graduating.”