Military Support for Students and Families
Anchored 4 Life
The Anchored4Life program is the place where connections happen. It is a peer-to-peer club to connect youth while building transition and resiliency skills. The program provides opportunities for peers to enhance social skills, learn leadership skills, build character, improve self-esteem, and integrate into their community. Anchored for Life Link to More Information
Transition Planning for Military Families
How the Military and Family Life Counseling Program can help:
- Changes at home, such as deployment, reunion, divorce and grief
- Self-esteem issues
- Communication and relationships at home and school
- Life skills, such as problem solving and adjustment
- Behavioral issues, including bullying and anger management
We are proud to celebrate our Military Community!
We are enthusiastically looking forward to celebrating our Military Heroes and Families over the course of the upcoming school year. Here are a few activities we are planning during the 2023-2024 school year. Check back here for snapshots and share-outs of these great events!
Academic Planning for Military Families
Campus tours are on Tuesdays at 8 AM. Tours depart from the main office off 700 Seagate Ave. Each tour is followed up by an academic chat to discuss programs and campus services. No RSVP is required.
For transitional enrollment support, please reach out to our school’s Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC), Farkhanda Khan, or our School Military Point of Contact (MPOC), K. Riley, for school transitional planning and support. They can be reached by email at khanf@MagellanFederal.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your family conference.