THE DELAWARE MILITARY ACADEMY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. IT DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR,
RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, MARITAL STATUS, DISABILITY, AGE, GENETIC INFORMATION, OR
VETERAN STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT, OR ITS PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES.
All seniors should have a College Board online account by now and are hopefully using it on a regular basis. Once you login to
your account, you should be able to see your SAT scores. Under your SAT scores, there is an option to ‘Understand your Scores’
or ‘Send Your Scores.’ Cadets are encourage to click on the ‘Understanding your Scores’ and look at their strengths and
weaknesses. If you click on the button that says “FREE SAT practice with Khan Academy,” cadets will be taken to the Khan
Academy website where they can access their personalized SAT prep program.
If you scored below a 550 on any portion of the SAT in April, you should consider taking them again in the fall. You can register
to take the SAT through your College Board account. Before you pay to take the SAT again, be sure to review your spring 2016
scores and spend some time preparing for the SAT.
SAT and ACT test dates are posted on the guidance calendar. Be sure to pay attention to the registration dates so you do not
have to pay the late fee. Most colleges will “super score” which means they will take your BEST score for each section so it is
always wise to take the SAT more than once (everyone has a bad test day once in a while). SAT and ACT fee waivers are
available for cadets who qualify for free or reduced lunch. See Mrs. Certesio to get a fee waiver.
The School Code for DMA is
080171 for all college
To view current course
requirements or admission
requirements for honors, AP or
dual enrollment courses, please
click HERE to view the 2017-
2018 DMA Curriculum Guide.
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Congratulations to the DMA Class of 2016 on earning more
than 12 million dollars in scholarship monies!! Our ten
graduating classes combined have earned more than 74
million dollars in scholarship monies.
17-18 Course Selection Sheets