Bridgeport Military Academy

A First Responder High School focusing on Law Enforcement, Firefighting, Emergency     

Medical Services, Homeland Security, and Military Sciences

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The Bridgeport Military Academy lottery application is currently closed for the 2018/2019 school year.  It will open again for the 2019-2020 school year in October 2018.  Lottery results will be e-mailed in February 2018. 

For questions on applying to BMA, contact Mrs. Underhill

Cadets of the Quarter   


Congratulations and BZ to the following cadets for being named Cadets of the Quarter for Q2 2017-18:

- Senior: C. Matarazzo

- Junior: M. Labron

- Sophomore: D. Charriez

- Freshman: R. Greer

Cadets are chosen for exhibiting superior academic achievement and high military bearing, appearance, and behavior during the quarter.

About Us!

The Bridgeport Military Academy offers students the opportunity to experience their secondary education in a challenging environment with an emphasis on excellence in academics while also exploring careers in public safety.  Through partnerships with Fire, Police, Homeland Security, Military Services and other public safety departments, students are provided real world, hands-on opportunities to get trained and certified in such areas as CPR, First Aid, FEMA courses, 911 Communications, and be offered physical training, community volunteer opportunities and internship programs. 

Our Mission:

To instruct & inspire students who develop a strong commitment to service to “others above self” within their school, family, and community while preparing academically for leadership roles and professional careers throughout the world.

BMA Contacts:

Bridgeport Military Academy
160 Iranistan Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604

Phone: (203) 275-3961

Diana Soares

School Secretary: 

Guidance Counselor:
Ca'Tisha Howard

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BMA News

Bridgeport Military Academy was one of the top two high schools in Bridgeport with the highest February attendance at 90.96%

Read more great information about Bridgeport Public Schools in the March edition of the district newsletter below.


Naval JROTC News


​At the Spring Change of Command Ceremony on 16 March,  
our new top leadership team was installed, and will serve until 25 May:

 Battalion Commander: J.C. Arias
 Battalion Executive Officer: D. Alvarez


BMA passed the most recent Navy inspection with a grade of "Above Average," the highest grade we have ever received on this inspection.

Many thanks to the faculty and staff for your support and patience, and importantly to the cadets, who impressed the inspector with their appearance, attitude and dedication.




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