NASA has spent years studying what it would take to survive on Mars. Students at Culver Academies are tackling the same problem, researching ways to grow food on the red planet and how much oxygen and water they would need to survive for a year.
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A Culver Military Academy first classman is working on creating a customized chatbot that will help students understand when they are allowed to use artificial intelligence to complete homework and other assignments under the Culver Honor Code.
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Judge John Baker ’64 says he stays engaged with Culver Academies, including bringing an Indiana Court of Appeals hearing to campus recently so students could attend, because the school made such a difference in his life.
From being a high school basketball captain to now senior co-captain at Indiana University, Trey Galloway ‘20 exemplifies leadership, discipline and an appreciation for the lessons learned at Culver Academies.
A Navy SEAL chief special warfare operator challenged students at Culver Academies on Veterans Day to be worthy of the sacrifices others have made to defend the United States.
Numerous schools teach leadership in the classroom. Culver Military Academy goes much deeper with a holistic approach to leadership development by giving cadets the responsibility of guiding and teaching younger students about the Culver Values of truth, duty, honor and service.
Sloan Littleton ’24, Culver Girls Academy’s second rotation senior prefect, encouraged classmates at the leadership transition ceremony on Sunday to “start somewhere” in their quest for new development and new growth.