Becoming a parent or guardian in the Sea Cadets is an exciting opportunity. Unlike many other extracurriculars, Sea Cadets allows your son or daughter to chart their own path to success, step outside of the comfort zone, and seek challenges.
Cadet units typically meet one weekend per month or one night per week during the school year. Training away from home is conducted during school vacation periods.
Annual enrollment fees range from $150 to $250 per year depending upon location. Uniform fees vary from $200 to $400 in the first year. Summer and winter training costs are typically $250 to $275 per week. Training fees include instruction, room, and board.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it is the policy of the Sea Cadets that no qualified person will be excluded from participation in, denied the benefit of, or otherwise subjected to discrimination by the USNSCC simply because that person has a disability. The Sea Cadets will grant reasonable accommodations where necessary to permit full participation.
Safety is our number one priority. All of our volunteers undergo regular background checks and cadets are under adult supervision throughout training.
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The mission of the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps is to build leaders of character by imbuing in our cadets the highest ideals of honor, respect, commitment, and service.
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