Ogden Military Academy
|Ogden Military Academy|
1890 fire insurance map of the academy
200 North Washington Boulevard|
|Type||Private military boarding school|
|Opened||October 1, 1889 — 1896|
The academy was opened on October 1, 1889 with 70 resident students and 50 cadets. The annual fee of $750 covered tuition, room and board. Some of the academic courses at the school were instructed by United States Army officers.
In 1896, the Utah State Industrial School (later renamed Youth Development Center) took over the site until 1984, when the Ogden–Weber Technical College (formerly known last the Ogden–Weber Applied Technology College) moved its campus to this location. The collected records of the academy from September 1890 to 1893 were transferred from the archives of Brigham Young University to the Stewart Library at Weber State University.
- Richard Roberts (2008). "Private Institution - Ogden Military Academy". Stewart Library, Weber State University. Retrieved 2010-06-23.
- D. Boyd Crawford. "Pictorial History of Weber County Schools". USGenNet. Retrieved 2010-06-23.
- Yvette D. Ison (June 1995). "Juvenile Delinquency Posed Problems For Utahns A Century Ago". History Blazer. Utah History to Go. Retrieved 2010-06-23.
- "Appendix: Utah's Statehood Materials - Archives and Special Collections, Stewart Library, Weber State University". Utah State Archives. Retrieved 2010-06-23.
- Map of Ogden Military Academy at J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
- Picture of Ogden Military Academy Circa 1896
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