Andrew Miller Attends St. John’s Jesuit High School in Toledo
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today announced that the U.S. Military Academy at West Point has extended an Offer of Appointment to St. John’s Jesuit High School senior Andrew Miller. Sen. Brown nominated the Perrysburg resident for West Point.
“Ohio schools are educating the young people who will become the next generation of military leaders. I am proud that Andrew has been offered the opportunity to attend one of our nation’s most prestigious institutions,” said Brown. “Mr. Miller’s family, his neighbors in Perrysburg, and his teachers and friends at St. John’s Jesuit High School should be proud of this dynamic young man who embodies the integrity and courage needed to represent well and uphold the values of our nation.”
Mr. Miller, an Eagle Scout, serves on both the varsity lacrosse and wrestling teams and maintains a 3.9 grade point average.
Each year, Brown nominates up to ten students for each service academy requiring congressional recommendations. These include the Air Force Academy, the Naval Academy, the Military Academy at West Point, and the Merchant Marine Academy.
The nominations are based on the recommendation of a Service Academy Selection Advisory Committee assembled by Brown. This committee, comprised of former academy graduates, parents of academy attendees, and community leaders from throughout the state, conducted rigorous interviews before selecting the final candidates.
Brown used the bipartisan Competitive Nominations Process and nominated ten candidates for each academy slot available. A nomination does not guarantee acceptance into a service academy. The Academy’s Admissions Board ultimately decides who receives an appointment.