List of fictional military schools and academies

This is a list of fictional military schools and academies as portrayed in various novels, films, and TV series.

Fictional military schools

* Bunker Hill Military Academy, from the film "Taps." [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083169/combined] Filmed at Valley Forge Military Academy.
* Davidson Military Academy, from the film"". It was filmed at Northwestern Military Academy and St. John's Military Academy (now merged as St. John's Northwestern Military Academy).
* Fort Berk Military Academy, in "King of the Hill", Cotton Hill's old military school, which Bobby attended for one episode.
* Kent Military School, from the film "Child's Play 3", 1991. Filmed at Kemper Military School and College, Boonville, Missouri.
* Marlin Academy in "Malcolm in the Middle", which Francis attended prior to his emancipation. Clearly based on the real life Marion Military Academy, also located in Alabama.
* Rommelwood Military Academy in "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson" episode of "The Simpsons".
* The Battle School in Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game series.

Fictional military academies

*Bradley Military Academy of Altadena, California, USA. School attended by cadet "R.C. Collins," a recurring character on the syndicated comedy talk radio program, "The Phil Hendrie Show".
* The Carolina Military Institute (CMI), from Pat Conroy's book (and later a movie) "The Lords of Discipline". Based on The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina and the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), but the location used in the filming of the movie was Wellington College the United Kingdom. The "cadet drum-out" scene is based on a traditional ceremony still practiced at VMI.
* The Command School in Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game series.
* Starfleet Academy, located in San Francisco, California in the fictional Star Trek universe.


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