In a dominating game of complementary football, the Lady Seahawks posted a shutout game scoring 26-0 against Lewiston-Porter High School. #GoSeahawks
19 days ago, WNYMCS
girls team
This is a great opportunity for the male cadets that want to enhance their leadership skills. There is NO COST to participate Don't delay, RSVP soon.
about 1 month ago, WNYMCS
Conference flyer
Yesterday, Cadets from WNY Maritime led the Lackawanna St Patrick’s Day Parade after a ceremony in the Our Lady of Victory Basilica. It is jokingly named the “World’s Shortest St Patrick’s Day Parade” with about 100 steps west on Ridge Road from in front of the Basilica to the front of the Lackawanna City Hall. The Lackawanna Mayor and members of the City Council were present and also a representative from the County Executive Office was there. The Cadets did an amazing job!
2 months ago, WNYMCS
cadets in the parade
cadets in OLV Basilica
Cadets at Lackawanna City Hall
Friday afternoon, cadets in the Maritime Careers class had the opportunity to tour the Longshed at Canalside and check the progress of the 73' Packet Boat being built. They also got to help build it by cleaning and scraping hull after the sealant dried.
3 months ago, WNYMCS
 Cadets working on the Packet Boat
 Cadets working on the Packet Boat
 Cadets working on the Packet Boat
 Cadets working on the Packet Boat
 Cadets working on the Packet Boat
Friday, our Air Rifle Team traveled to Cicero NY for New York State American Legion Championship. The team shoot well and had a great time in and around the competition.
3 months ago, WNYMCS
cadets on the line
cross over period between courses of fire
shooting in the kneeling position
getting ready for the Standing position course of fire
Our top shooter for the competition
prone position
No school again tomorrow, Friday January 19th, due to snow levels and additional forecasted snow.. Next week is Regents/Midterm week at the high school. Cadets should check their email or Google Classroom for the exam schedule. Also, there will be no Saturday School or Detention this weekend either. Stay warm and safe GO BILLS!!!
4 months ago, WNYMCS
deja vu
No school tomorrow, Thursday January 18th, due to snow levels and additional forecasted snow. Stay warm and safe. If you're bored, you should find Groundhog Day and watch it. It is rather applicable.
4 months ago, WNYMCS
snow day image
No school tomorrow (Wednesday, January 17th) due to snow and the forecasted 2nd storm. Stay safe and warm! Dr. A.
4 months ago, WNYMCS
snow day 2
No school tomorrow (1/16/24) due to snow. Stay safe and warm! Dr. A.. GO BILLS!!
4 months ago, WNYMCS
snow day image
WNYMCS is pleased to announce our Maritime Interest Night on January 31st from 6-8pm for all prospective students and their families! Please join us for an informational evening to discover our diverse curriculum, dedicated faculty, our wide range of clubs, athletics, and NJROTC programs, and engage in tours and Q&A sessions with current cadets. Additionally, we will be offering guidance on admissions, deadlines, and other registration requirements for the 2024-2025 school year for grades 5-12. Maritime is a welcoming environment that nurtures personal growth, student leadership, and student success. Come see why LEADERS ARE MADE HERE! #AnchorYourFuture
4 months ago, WNYMCS High School
Anchor Your Future!
See the attached flyer, Maritime (both schools) will have a dress down for the rest week. the cost is $5 and all proceeds will benefit local toy drive organizations, including Toys for Tots. Cadets can see the details in their school emails as well
5 months ago, WNYMCS
dress down flyer
Attention parents/guardians of seniors, please save the date.
5 months ago, WNYMCS
parent night
Nine members from the Orienteering team traveled to Camp Ernst KY for the 2023-24 Area 14/15 Orienteering Championship. The Maritime Freshman team placed 4th overall! Cadet Jayvon Robinson individually placed 3rd and Cadet Freddie Molina for placed 7th. They stopped in Cleveland on the way home and took a tour of the Coast Guard Cutter NEAH BAY, the cadets had a blast exploring the 140' icebreaking cutter.
6 months ago, WNYMCS
Cadets Competing in the Orienteering Championship
Cadets Competing in the Orienteering Championship
Cadets Competing in the Orienteering Championship
Last Minute refresher training on the compass
Cadets Competing in the Orienteering Championship
Cadets explore the Engine Room of the NEAH BAY
Cadets explore the bridge of the NEAH BAY
Cadet in the Captain's Chair (with the XO's permission)
Cadet at the helm of the NEAH BAY
The Coast Guard Cutter NEAH BAY in action (we were not on it)
Join our new student section the Maritime Maniacs this basketball season! Maritime Maniacs shirts will go on sale tomorrow for $10, this will give students FREE admission to all Maritime JV and Varsity games this basketball season. Our first HOME game will be December 4th starting at 5pm at Villa Maria College. This will be a WHITEOUT game for our student section. Come support your Maritime Commodores!
6 months ago, WNYMCS
T-shirt Design
Thirteen Cadets visited Niagara University today. The Admissions Office provided a tour of the campus and discussed the pros of going to Niagara University. Cadet Eric Lebron (former WNY Maritime Battalion Commanding Officer) was one of the tour guides. He is in the Army ROTC program and gets Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Reserve next year. The Army ROTC discussed scholarships and life after graduation. The university also allowed the Cadets to eat in the dining facility with the students on campus.
6 months ago, WNYMCS
Thirteen Cadets visited Niagara University today
Thirteen Cadets visited Niagara University today
Thirteen Cadets visited Niagara University today
Nine Cadets from WNY Maritime helped American Legion Veterans and some Army JROTC Cadets from McKinley High School pick up flags at Veterans gravesites at Forest Lawn Cemetery this afternoon. There were over 8,000 flags and everyone finished within two hours. Great job from everyone
6 months ago, WNYMCS
What goes up, must come down.
What goes up, must come down.
What goes up, must come down.
What goes up, must come down.
What goes up, must come down.
Twelve Cadets from WNY Maritime took time from their Friday off from school to go to the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center to help out in their Veterans Celebration. The center wanted to thank all of the resident Veterans. The Cadets did a Color Guard, handed out Veteran themed centerpieces to each Veteran, talked to the residents, and took photos with the residents. It was a great life experience for both the Cadets and the residents.
6 months ago, WNYMCS
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Cadets at the South Buffalo Safire Rehabilitation Center
Happy Birthday to the United States Marine Corps, MSgt Washington, MSgt Schroeder, LCpl Marchand, and all of the Maritime graduates that wear the title of United States Marine.
6 months ago, WNYMCS
HB USMC
Ten Cadets from WNY Maritime performed a Color Guard ceremony at Hospice Buffalo this morning. This was part of Hospice Buffalo’s Veterans Celebration Ceremony. The Cadets did an amazing job and impressed everyone.
6 months ago, WNYMCS
Cadet at Hospice Buffalo
Cadets presenting the flag at Hospice Buffalo
Cadet at Hospice Buffalo
As a result of Buffalo Public Schools revising their calendar for November 7th, we will not be having students in-person for school tomorrow, but they will be responsible for a "remote learning day." All candidates and cadets should check Google Classroom for all of their assigned classes before 2pm and complete the assignments for each class as required by the teacher(s). Instructions were also emailed out to all cadets through their school Gmail account.
7 months ago, WNYMCS