Among the values to be learnt in a military school, we would like to stress the following:
Respect. The cadet will not only learn to mechanically respect his or her superiors, but, most importantly, his or her equals. The group can only work if everybody truly (not just formally) respects the others’ rights, property and time.
Discipline. Once again, discipline is not just a mater of obedience to others. At the military school, the cadets will learn to be self-disciplined, and also to establish a certain discipline within a group, thus helping and guiding others in many situations.
Leadership. Perhaps the most important value to be achieved at a military school, leadership balances obedience and allows the individual to show the best of his or her capacities. It will be a valuable asset for the life they will choose in the future.
Solidarity. The military school functions as a community of groups. This will develop solidarity towards those suffering from a particular problem so they can achieve as much as the rest.
Accountability. Much more than in any other educational institution, the military school student will learn to be responsible for his or her acts.