Cotuit Man Graduates from Valley Forge Military Academy

Heading for Howard University...
Cotuit's Kaine Geoffrion has graduated from Valley Forge Military Academy and College (Courtesy photo)

Kaine Geoffrion of Cape Cod, Mass. has graduated from Valley Forge Military Academy, a private, independent, college preparatory school, where military traditions help guide cadets to compete in today’s global society.

“The cadets of the class of 2018 have developed into confident leaders who embody classic values such as ethics, character and honor during their time at Valley Forge,” said Major General Walter T. Lord, U.S. Army (Ret.), ’84C, President of Valley Forge Military Academy & College. “We wish them all the best as they continue their education.”

Geoffrion will continue his studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C. in the fall.

About Valley Forge Military Academy & College (VFMAC)

Established in 1928, Valley Forge Military Academy & College is an international leadership institute comprised of a middle school and college preparatory high school for boys and a co-ed two-year college, each accredited by the Middle States Commission. Located in Wayne, Pa., VFMAC offers boarding, commuting and day options. The campus environment is defined by the application of a military model that prepares students to lead and inspire others beyond graduation in a complex and competitive global environment. At VFMAC, cadets are immersed in a unique educational experience anchored on Five Cornerstones: Academic Excellence, Character Development, Personal Motivation, Physical Development and Leadership. These cornerstones are the foundation for cadets reaching their academic potential to achieve success in the classroom and beyond. For more information about VFMAC, please visit www.vfmac.edu.


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