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Shining Seahawks!
DMA is extremely proud of our cadets and their accomplishments.  Here you will find photos featuring our latest event(s), as well as select cadets who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to make our school stand out as one of the best!  BRAVO ZULU!
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Shining Seahawk of the Month A new program to recognize cadets who attain high academic achievement and take pride in DMA and in themselves.  Cadets are nominated by faculty members and Naval Science Instructors and chosen by Shining Seahawk Selection Committee.  The factors that are   invloved in nominating and selecting cadets are scholarship, leadership and citizenship. Cadets can only win Shining Seahawk of the Month once during the school year.  At the end of the year, they are eligible for selection as Shining Seahawk of the Year.
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FRESHMAN:  Cadet Jaelyn Valentin has been nominated by Senior Chief McClain for exemplifying the three “ships” of DMA. She is always eager to assist the Naval Science department, while going above and beyond in assisting other cadets.  Cadet Valentin completed over 99 hours of community service over the summer, mostly at the VA hospital helping our veterans.   She wears her uniform with pride and is a highly motivated cadet and talented young lady who is wholeheartedly committed to the objectives at DMA.  Congratulations Cadet Valentin! SOPHOMORE:  Cadet Nathan Gearing has been nominated by Mr. Lingenfelter.  Nate has set his goal high, because being in the norm, just doesn't cut it. Working hard is a commitment that Nate has continued into his sophomore year. Leading his entire class this semester in driver education, Nate has consistently pushed himself to achieve excellence in all his classes. Nate is one of those leaders whose actions have spoken volumes. I nominated this fine young leader because he is what DMA consistently looks for year after year in all their cadets. I am proud to have crossed paths along his journey and will be excited to see his outcome here at DMA. Academics - check, Leadership - check, self esteem and discipline - check, self control - mastered. Great job Cadet Gearing! JUNIOR:  Cadet Erin Naughton has been nominated by Ms. Fabian for her dedication, hard work, and commitment to her education.   Erin works hard by always going beyond what is required to make sure she fully comprehends the concepts. She is focused on her work and determined to do her very best in everything she does. Erin is a good and positive role model and a pleasure to have in class. CONGRATULATIONS, Cadet Naughton. SENIOR:  Cadet Erin Walsh has been nominated by Ms. Aunet.  Cadet Walsh has the distinction of being the only cadet in World History to answer every single multiple choice question correctly on the first test! Through her hard work and determination, she has shown that perfection can be achieved. Her positive attitude and willingness to help out on such occasions as Parent Open House, are additional reasons that she is a true example of a Shining Seahawk. I am sure that Cadet Walsh will continue to excel in her final year at DMA. Congratulations Cadet Walsh!
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