The Association of Military Colleges and Schools of the United States (AMCSUS) was founded in 1914 &
its current membership includes 37 fully-accredited military colleges, junior colleges and college preparatory schools.

Since its founding, the Association has served as an advocate for the nation's premier military colleges and schools &
has acted as a liaison with the Department of Defense and Department of Education.

Executive Committee

The Association Headquarters is located in the greater Washington D.C. area. The Association is served by an Executive Director who, among other duties, is charged with promoting and supporting the best interests of member schools, administering association affairs on a day-to-day basis, monitoring military and legislative programs and practices, fostering good public relations, providing professional development opportunities, and reporting to members on items of interest and concern.

The Executive Director reports to an Executive Committee, selected by the members, which provides strategic direction to the association by establishing and monitoring organizational goals.

Dr. Mark Ryan

AMCSUS President

North Valley Military Institute

Brig Gen David Wesley, USAF (ret)

AMCSUS Vice President

Randolph-Macon Academy 

Jesse Grapes

AMCSUS Secretary

Benedictine Schools of Richmond

CAPT Mark Black, USN (ret)

AMCSUS Treasurer

Fishburne Military School

Major General Art Bartell, USA, Ret.


Army and Navy Academy

Major General Jerry Grizzle, USA, Ret., PhD.


New Mexico Military Institute

Brig Gen Terry Djuric, USAF (ret)


Virginia's Womens Institute for Leadership

Colonel Eric Boland CMA, PhD


Camden Military Academy