Life at Carson Long Military Academy is incredibly exciting for students as members of the Corps of Cadets. There is always something new to discover and appreciate, both on and off our school campus. From the addition of Apple iPads to our curriculum to the installation of a high-speed fiber optic network for the Internet, this is a time for embracing technology in education and enhancing school facilities that would make our founder, Theodore K. Long, very proud. Cadet life at Carson Long is certainly unique, even for a boys military school. Our family-oriented barracks and campus community is nestled in a beautiful rural town, and our perfectly sized student body of about 100 boys ensures that all Carson Long cadets have the best chance to achieve success and get into their colleges of choice.There is always something to do at Carson Long Military Academy. Aside from homework and study time, cadets are enrolled in U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and can participate in a number of school clubs and extracurricular activities.
Throughout the year, Carson Long cadets are offered over 70 trips and activities that they can participate in, ranging from skiing to Nerf Parties to leadership challenge weekends, amusement parks, local festivals, movie theaters, paintball venues, and dances with girls' schools. Town passes and weekend leave are also available with permission. All activities are available to any cadet who is in good academic and disciplinary standing.