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June 12, 2011, from 11:00 to 3:00 p.m.


    The purpose of the Parents Club is to provide support to cadets and candidates of the United States Military Academy, their families, and the Academy by facilitating communications between the Academy and parents, by promoting the image of the Academy, by assisting the Academy and Admissions Liaison Officers in recruitment efforts, and by providing fellowship to cadet/candidate parents.
    We are proud that we have an excellent working relationship with the West Point Society of the Inland Empire / Palm Springs, the local arm of West Point's Association of Graduates.  Society members are frequent participants in Parent Club meetings, and club members support Society admissions and outreach activities.
    Working with our local Congressional offices provides us with an additional opportunity to support the admissions process and initiate our interaction with prospective candidates and their parents.  Through events such as Academy Nights, the Parent Club begins the process of preparing future cadets and their parents for the West Point experience.

For additional information on Parent Club membership and meet with parents who will gladly share their experiences in having a son or daughter attend West Point, please feel free to contact our club president, Jeanette Campbell .  Membership forms can be downloaded(pdf) , printed,and given to our club treasurer at any meeting.  We look forward to your becoming a part of the West Point family when your son or daughter is selected and chooses to become a member of the Long Gray Line and attend the United States Military Academy at West Point or the USMA Preparatory School at Fort Monmouth, NJ.

For those who may be unfamiliar with West Point or the West Point Parents' Clubs, you may be interested to know that parents of cadets have organized more than one hundred West Point Parents Clubs throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii and other foreign countries. These clubs are groups of parents of cadets and graduates who gather to share experiences and lend support for each other, their cadets and the Academy.  Clubs often hold social events and periodic meetings where information about the Academy, cadet activities, and cadet life is shared. There are even internet services such as the Parent Forum and the West Point Parents Net (a listserver for questions and answers about West Point) which you can subscribe to for messages of interest to cadet parents. There are a myriad of other information sources, both official and unofficial, for which we maintain a links  page.


This private organization is a non-Federal entity organized by parents of Cadets at the United States Military Academy . Non-Federal entities may not be endorsed by the United States Army or Department of Defense.  As such, the views of this private organization are not to be considered as the official views of the United States Military Academy .

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