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Welcome

Supporting the West Point Cadets from Wisconsin

Supporting their families 

Who We Are

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​The Wisconsin West Point Parents Association is a non-profit organization for the purpose of maintaining a strong relationship between the US Military Academy, its Prep School, the cadets, their families, and the general public.  Parents and family of current and former cadets at both West Point and the Prep School are eligible for membership.

 

The History and Mission of WWPPA:

Our club has offered information and support to our Wisconsin families and their cadets since 1975.  The military life is new to many of us, so we're continually looking for ways to serve our cadets and families better.  We are thankful for our officers and members, past and present, who have worked hard to make our club a success.

Our Mission

  • To provide timely and relevant information to the parents and family of Cadets of the United States Military Academy.

  • To provide a welcoming and supportive association among the families and friends of West Point cadets.

  • To promote a favorable attitude toward West Point and its goals and purposes throughout Wisconsin.

  • To help with the recruiting of prospective candidates for West Point through public relations in our communities.

  • To organize social events amongst our members, the West Point community, and all branches of military service. 

 

 

Connect With Us

​The West Point Parents Association of Wisconsin is a non-profit organization for the purpose of maintaining a strong relationship between the US Military Academy, its Prep School, the cadets, their families, and the general public.  Parents and family of current and former cadets at both West Point and the Prep School are eligible for membership.

WWPPA holds membership meetings in the Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall for its Club members.  These meetings offer an opportunity for association business, West Point and cadet updates, and socializing.  Our meetings offer an opportunity to be surrounded by people that can clearly relate to what it means to have a son or daughter attend West Point and serve as an officer in the US Army.

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