Naval Academy
Preparatory School
Induction Day
21 Jul 2015
Staff Organization
USNA Superintendent
VADM “Ted” Carter, Jr, USN
NAPS Commanding Officer
CAPT Mike Doherty, USN
Executive...
“NAPS gave me all I needed not only to succeed at the Naval Academy,
but also to become an officer of Marines. My NAPS exp...
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
PercentRetention
NAPS Class Year
Retention at NAPS
NAPS Mission
To enhance Midshipman Candidates’
moral, mental, and physical foundations
to prepare them for success at the ...
What is NAPS…Really?
Academics and Essential
Study Skills Development
Fitness
Improvement
Mil
Trng
Character
Development
M...
Men
188
77%
Women
57
23%
NAPS 2016 – Gender & Service
Direct
Entries
191
78%
USN
49
20%
USMC
5
2%
NAPS 16 – Prior Residence
37 States
2 Alaska
1 Guam, 1 Puerto Rico
1 FPO AA
1 FPO AE
1 APO AE
6 FPO AP
3 Hawaii
Retention Rate Comparisons
At NAPS
• Classes of ‘06 – ’15: 83%
• Class of ‘15: 87% (219 of 251)
At USNA
• NAPSters (‘06 – ...
Ripley Hall
Ripley Hall
Dorm Room
Indoctrination
Indoctrination Schedule
21 Jul Induction Day
22 – 27 Jul Academic assessments
26 Jul 1st phone calls (7:00 – 7:30 PM EST)
...
4:30 am Reveille
5:00 ” Physical Training
6:30 ” Breakfast
7:00 ” Training
11:00 ” Lunch
12:30 pm Training / Admin
3:00 ” ...
NITRO
Platoon
CompetitionBoat Races
Relays
Battalion
Run
NITRO
Mental
Agility
Team
Building
21 Jul I-Day
21 Jul–8 Aug Indoctrination
12 Aug Classes Commence
25 –30 Nov Thanksgiving Break
23 Dec–5 Jan Winter Break
1...
Special Events
TBA Battleship Cove Trip
12 Sep Boston Trip
26 Sep Navy vs UConn Football
8 – 10 Dec Theatre Production
9 –...
Daily Schedule
Time Mon – Thur
6:00 – 7:30 am Breakfast
7:40 – 8:55 am Class 1
9:00 – 10:15 am Class 2
10:20 – 11:35 am Cl...
• Weekly Curriculum
 Mathematics 5
 Chemistry 4
 English 4
 Physics 4
 Essential St Skills 1
 ACT (for some) 1
• Cla...
Athletics
Winter Sports
• Men’s Basketball
• Women’s Basketball
• Wrestling
• Indoor Track
Spring Sports
• Baseball • Lacr...
Physical Readiness Test (PRT)
– Indoc, each trimester
– Remedial (3 / week)
– MP1 results – 71% pass / 18% light duty / 11...
• Purpose
• Instill idea & role of naval service
• Introduce mission & history of naval
service
• Schedule
• Most Fridays ...
• Purpose:
– Provides for goods and services required for each Midshipman Candidate
(M/C) such as textbooks and NAPS physi...
• Goals:
– Mentorship & role modeling.
– Promote Navy’s core values.
• Sponsors:
– Senior military or affiliated civilians...
Community Service
• Battleship Cove
• Special Olympics
• Northeast Sailing Regatta
• Ski Event
• Olympic Games
• Local Hom...
• CQPA ≥ 2.2 & All Grades ≥ “C”
• Improved / Sustained Grades
• Improved / Sustained ACT Scores (for retake requirement M/...
USNA Admissions Brief
NAPS Induction Day
21 Jul 2015
CAPT Ann Kubera, USN Director of Admissions
Ms Christie Munnelly Dire...
USNA ADMISSIONS
Admission to the Class of 2020
• Another application for admission is not required,
but consideration for ...
USNA ADMISSIONS
From NAPS to USNA
• Medical
– A new medical evaluation is not required –
DODMERB examination is good for 2...
USNA ADMISSIONS
From NAPS to USNA
• Nominations
– Nominations from last year do not carry over
– Midn Candidates receive S...
USNA ADMISSIONS
From NAPS to USNA
• Nomination Sources
– Congressional
– Congressman / Congresswoman of Domicile
District
...
USNA ADMISSIONS
From NAPS to USNA
• Nomination Timeline
– Request Nominations now
– Nomination deadline is 31 January for ...
NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD
• Admissions Board for Midn Candidates is early May
– Comprised of senior leaders from both USNA and...
Candidate Will:
• Request new Nominations from all sources
• Update Personal Data Record (CPDR) during
2nd trimester at NA...
USNA Will:
• Automatically bring last year’s
application forward (generates
a new Candidate Number)
• Monitor progress at ...
Contact at USNA
Chief Maximo Regino
USNA Office of Admissions
52 King George St
Annapolis, MD 21402-5017
410-293-1839
regi...
Parents’ Weekend
Friday, 9 October to Monday, 12 October
Friday
1:00 pm Pass-in-Review
2:00 pm Liberty
Saturday
1:00 pm Li...
NAPS Breaks
Thanksgiving
Tuesday, 24 November
12:00 pm Liberty
PVD flights no earlier than 3:00 pm
BOS flights no earlier ...
NAPS Breaks
Winter Break
Tuesday, 22 December
12:00 pm Liberty
PVD flights no earlier than 3:00 pm
BOS flights no earlier ...
NAPS Breaks
Spring Break
Wednesday, 16 March
4:00 pm Liberty
PVD flights no earlier than 7:00 pm
BOS flights no earlier th...
Frequently Asked Questions
• How and when can I make contact with a NAPS staff
member?
Command Duty Officer (24/7) 401.641...
Frequently Asked Questions
• How and when can I contact my candidate?
– Address for Midshipman Candidates:
M/C John Paul J...
TRANSITION “RESPONSES”
• Mom / Dad . . . Its really hard . . .
• Words of encouragement:
Effort Caring
Development Energy
...
Summary
• NAPS will be:
– First exposure to the military
– Challenging experience
– Meant to develop esprit de corps
• Rea...
Questions?
USNA Class of 2019
of 47

Naps brief 192 parents on i-day 15 jul 16 - draft 7 - dark blue background

NAPS Class of 2016 Induction Day brief
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Naps brief 192 parents on i-day 15 jul 16 - draft 7 - dark blue background

  • 1. Naval Academy Preparatory School Induction Day 21 Jul 2015
  • 2. Staff Organization USNA Superintendent VADM “Ted” Carter, Jr, USN NAPS Commanding Officer CAPT Mike Doherty, USN Executive Officer Major Billie Rankin, USMC Battalion Officer Major Billie Rankin, USMC Academic Dean Dr Carl E Crockett, PhD Faculty Athletic Trainers Command Senior Chief DCCS Jason Edney Info Tech Company Officers Supply & 1st LT Coaches Academic Center Athletic Director Mr Bryan Brouse Admin Sr Enlisted Leaders Drill Instructor Command Services Dir Mr Mark Donahue, CAPT, USN (Ret)
  • 3. “NAPS gave me all I needed not only to succeed at the Naval Academy, but also to become an officer of Marines. My NAPS experience would not only sustain me through the four demanding years of Annapolis, but would be a touch stone of values for many years thereafter. I cannot commend the program strongly enough.” General John Allen, USMC (Ret) NAPS ‘72 Commander, US Forces – Afghanistan NAPS Quote
  • 4. 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 PercentRetention NAPS Class Year Retention at NAPS
  • 5. NAPS Mission To enhance Midshipman Candidates’ moral, mental, and physical foundations to prepare them for success at the United States Naval Academy.
  • 6. What is NAPS…Really? Academics and Essential Study Skills Development Fitness Improvement Mil Trng Character Development Maturing Process Motivational Whole Person Academic Development Year of growth & development Year of scholarship
  • 7. Men 188 77% Women 57 23% NAPS 2016 – Gender & Service Direct Entries 191 78% USN 49 20% USMC 5 2%
  • 8. NAPS 16 – Prior Residence 37 States 2 Alaska 1 Guam, 1 Puerto Rico 1 FPO AA 1 FPO AE 1 APO AE 6 FPO AP 3 Hawaii
  • 9. Retention Rate Comparisons At NAPS • Classes of ‘06 – ’15: 83% • Class of ‘15: 87% (219 of 251) At USNA • NAPSters (‘06 – ’15): 79% • Direct Entries (‘06 – ’15): 87% Post-USNA * Av Retention of USNA ’95 – ‘03 @ 10 year point • Direct Entries 49% • NAPSters 47% Updated 28 Aug 2014
  • 10. Ripley Hall
  • 11. Ripley Hall Dorm Room
  • 12. Indoctrination
  • 13. Indoctrination Schedule 21 Jul Induction Day 22 – 27 Jul Academic assessments 26 Jul 1st phone calls (7:00 – 7:30 PM EST) 8 Aug NITRO 12 Aug 1st Day of classes
  • 14. 4:30 am Reveille 5:00 ” Physical Training 6:30 ” Breakfast 7:00 ” Training 11:00 ” Lunch 12:30 pm Training / Admin 3:00 ” Sport Period 5:15 ” Dinner 6:00 ” Drill 8:00 ” Hygiene / Personal Time 9:00 ” Blue & Gold Indoctrination – Sample Day
  • 15. NITRO Platoon CompetitionBoat Races Relays Battalion Run
  • 16. NITRO Mental Agility Team Building
  • 17. 21 Jul I-Day 21 Jul–8 Aug Indoctrination 12 Aug Classes Commence 25 –30 Nov Thanksgiving Break 23 Dec–5 Jan Winter Break 17–21 Mar Spring Break 12 May Pass in Review & Graduation Ball 13 May Graduation Ceremony AY16 Calendar
  • 18. Special Events TBA Battleship Cove Trip 12 Sep Boston Trip 26 Sep Navy vs UConn Football 8 – 10 Dec Theatre Production 9 – 12 Oct Parents’ Weekend 21 – 25 Oct Battalion Trip to USNA 21 Nov “Little” Army – Navy Football TBA May New York City Trip 12 – 13 May Graduation Events
  • 19. Daily Schedule Time Mon – Thur 6:00 – 7:30 am Breakfast 7:40 – 8:55 am Class 1 9:00 – 10:15 am Class 2 10:20 – 11:35 am Class 3 11:40 – 12:50 am Lunch 12:55 – 2:10 pm Class 4 2:15 – 3:30 pm EI – Extra Instruction 4:00 – 5:45 pm Physical Training 5:30 – 6:30 pm Dinner 7:00 – 10:00 pm Study Hours 11:00 pm Blue & Gold Fri: AM – PT / Drill & Classes PM – Char Dev & Mil Instr
  • 20. • Weekly Curriculum  Mathematics 5  Chemistry 4  English 4  Physics 4  Essential St Skills 1  ACT (for some) 1 • Classes: 75 min • Programs:  Foundation  Intermediate  Advanced Academic Structure 20
  • 21. Athletics Winter Sports • Men’s Basketball • Women’s Basketball • Wrestling • Indoor Track Spring Sports • Baseball • Lacrosse • Outdoor Track Fall Sports • Baseball • Football • Lacrosse
  • 22. Physical Readiness Test (PRT) – Indoc, each trimester – Remedial (3 / week) – MP1 results – 71% pass / 18% light duty / 11% fail Body Fat Testing – Indoc, Fall & Winter – Monthly testing of all M/C's not w/in standards Swimming – Basic & advanced instruction 3 days/week for 4 wks – Available for all M/Cs to help with USNA swimming requirements Physical Mission
  • 23. • Purpose • Instill idea & role of naval service • Introduce mission & history of naval service • Schedule • Most Fridays during EI period Military Training • Topics • Mission of the Navy • Fleet Officer Panel • Surface Warfare • Role of CPO/SNCO • Mission of the Marine Corps • Naval Aviation • Sub-Surface Warfare • Battle Study • SAPR
  • 24. • Purpose: – Provides for goods and services required for each Midshipman Candidate (M/C) such as textbooks and NAPS physical training gear. – Provides opportunities for structured extra-curricular involvement such as the Army Navy Game and the Graduation Ball. • Amount: – $2,000 per M/C – Paid through 8 monthly payroll deductions – Scholarship awards may be applied • Checks must be received from the awarding organization and made out to “NAPS BAF” – Unspent funds will be returned in form of “Yard Cards” during the fall of Plebe year Battalion Activity Fund (BAF)
  • 25. • Goals: – Mentorship & role modeling. – Promote Navy’s core values. • Sponsors: – Senior military or affiliated civilians with extensive DoD backgrounds. – Naval War College, surface warfare, aviators, submariners, JAGs, combat arms, etc. Sponsor Program
  • 26. Community Service • Battleship Cove • Special Olympics • Northeast Sailing Regatta • Ski Event • Olympic Games • Local Homeless Shelter • Women’s Center • Norman Bird Sanctuary 26
  • 27. • CQPA ≥ 2.2 & All Grades ≥ “C” • Improved / Sustained Grades • Improved / Sustained ACT Scores (for retake requirement M/Cs) • Pass the Physical Readiness Test • Within Body Fat Standards (male – 22%, female – 33%) • Requisite Aptitude, Honor and Conduct • Applied for All Applicable Nominations My Recommendation for USNA Appointment - Requirements
  • 28. USNA Admissions Brief NAPS Induction Day 21 Jul 2015 CAPT Ann Kubera, USN Director of Admissions Ms Christie Munnelly Director of Nominations and Appointments
  • 29. USNA ADMISSIONS Admission to the Class of 2020 • Another application for admission is not required, but consideration for admission still requires: • Update of personal information on application  Completed in spring by NAPSter • Physical fitness evaluation • Medical qualification • Successful completion of NAPS Program • Recommendation of the NAPS Commanding Officer • Admissions Board evaluation • Nomination
  • 30. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA • Medical – A new medical evaluation is not required – DODMERB examination is good for 2 years – Must maintain good health – Report any new conditions / medication – A waiver may be required if medical status at NAPS changes
  • 31. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA • Nominations – Nominations from last year do not carry over – Midn Candidates receive Secretary of the Navy nomination by virtue of their enlistment to attend NAPS / prior service – To meet Title 10 USC mandates, we require every Midn Candidate to apply for nominations from Congressional sources
  • 32. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA • Nomination Sources – Congressional – Congressman / Congresswoman of Domicile District – 2 U.S. Senators – Vice President (online form) – Service-Connected – Presidential – CDV
  • 33. USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA • Nomination Timeline – Request Nominations now – Nomination deadline is 31 January for Congressional Offices to submit nominations to USNA – Nomination deadline is 31 January for Midn Candidates to apply for service-connected nominations and VP nomination.
  • 34. NAPS ADMISSIONS BOARD • Admissions Board for Midn Candidates is early May – Comprised of senior leaders from both USNA and NAPS staff – “Whole Person” concept (moral, mental and physical development at NAPS) – Make appointment recommendations to the Superintendent – Superintendent is the final authority for admission ENS Noah Copeland, USN Offensive Captain - Fullback USNA Football Team – AY15
  • 35. Candidate Will: • Request new Nominations from all sources • Update Personal Data Record (CPDR) during 2nd trimester at NAPS • Be medically qualified • Be physically qualified • Successfully complete NAPS USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA Midn 1/C Bernard Sarra Defensive Captain – Nose Guard USNA Football Team – AY16
  • 36. USNA Will: • Automatically bring last year’s application forward (generates a new Candidate Number) • Monitor progress at NAPS • Hold Admissions Board for NAPS Midn Candidates • Issue Permit to Report Packets for USNA I-Day (30 June 2016) USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA 1st LT Jess Palacio, USMC NAPS 08, USNA 12 Patriot League AY12 Nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year
  • 37. Contact at USNA Chief Maximo Regino USNA Office of Admissions 52 King George St Annapolis, MD 21402-5017 410-293-1839 regino@usna.edu USNA ADMISSIONS From NAPS to USNA
  • 38. Parents’ Weekend Friday, 9 October to Monday, 12 October Friday 1:00 pm Pass-in-Review 2:00 pm Liberty Saturday 1:00 pm Liberty expires 2:00 pm Football vs Globe Institute of Technology (mandatory) 4:00 pm Liberty Monday 6:30 pm Liberty expires
  • 39. NAPS Breaks Thanksgiving Tuesday, 24 November 12:00 pm Liberty PVD flights no earlier than 3:00 pm BOS flights no earlier than 5:00 pm Monday, 30 November 6:30 pm Liberty expires
  • 40. NAPS Breaks Winter Break Tuesday, 22 December 12:00 pm Liberty PVD flights no earlier than 3:00 pm BOS flights no earlier than 5:00 pm Tuesday, 5 January 6:30 pm Liberty expires
  • 41. NAPS Breaks Spring Break Wednesday, 16 March 4:00 pm Liberty PVD flights no earlier than 7:00 pm BOS flights no earlier than 9:00 pm Monday, 21 March 6:30 pm Liberty expires
  • 42. Frequently Asked Questions • How and when can I make contact with a NAPS staff member? Command Duty Officer (24/7) 401.641.0752 M/Cs’ Company Officer 401.841.XXXX • Is NAPS connected with social media? NAPS Websites: www.usna.edu/NAPS/ Facebook – NAPS NAVAL ACADEMY PREPARATORY SCHOOL Facebook – Parents NAPS CLASS OF 2016 PARENTS
  • 43. Frequently Asked Questions • How and when can I contact my candidate? – Address for Midshipman Candidates: M/C John Paul Jones Naval Academy Preparatory School Company (1/2/3), Platoon (1/2) 440 Meyerkord Ave Newport, RI 02841-1519 • Cell Phone contact
  • 44. TRANSITION “RESPONSES” • Mom / Dad . . . Its really hard . . . • Words of encouragement: Effort Caring Development Energy Discipline Planning Teamwork Use of Time Maturity High Ground Thinking Sacrifice Perspective Innovation Consideration Learning • I’m so proud of your effort / energy / perseverance / work ethic…
  • 45. Summary • NAPS will be: – First exposure to the military – Challenging experience – Meant to develop esprit de corps • Ready for Plebe year • It’s a Team Effort ! ! !
  • 46. Questions?
  • 47. USNA Class of 2019

Related Documents