Three Greenwich High School students will be joining the most prestigious military school in the United States, the United States Military Academy at WestPoint, NY. All of them will break a record in the history of military schools as chosen individuals—highly appraisable through the land of Greenwich.
Who directly inspired Michael Dustin, Patrick Robben, and Francis Ambrogio to join the army school and pursue their military career goals?
Dustin was never been a first consideration until his sophomore years. He always has second thoughts of going into military school for boys. Born to lead, he was swim captain and the vice president of Key Club, a community service group at GHS. Now, he is determined to walk the path of leaders and develop more of his military aspirations.
Also, Robben never opted for military education—not until he made a visit at West Point. Robben found the environment in West Point the perfect place for him. Instead of enrolling into a traditional school, the young lacrosse team co-captain and an active member of the Christian youth group, Young Life,—now stands behind the gates of West Point military school.
While, Robben and Dustin were not that motivated at first, the 18 year old Ambrogio developed military aspirations at a young age. He used to listen to WWWII stories of his grandfather and watched family members carry military services. The young leader who is currently working towards an Eagle Scout in the Boys Scouts of America pursued his military interest and made his way to West Point.
Truly, these students possess great potentials—passing the most competitive admissions any school can establish. On June 25, the three students will head off to the military boarding school in order to have their 5-day summer vacation before the rigorous basic training camp which will prepare them for the real military education at West Point.