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Schreiner Institute

Schreiner Institute

Schreiner Institute Archives

The 1931-1932 Color Guard in uniform presenting the national and school "colors" with arms. Color Sergeant R. F. Flutsch holds the American flag and Color Private Jack Randle holds the Schreiner Institute flag during military exercises at the Schreiner Institute in Kerrville.

During WWII, the years of training young men for battle overseas took its toll on faculty and students alike. The 1946 Recall lists 84 names of former Schreiner cadets who gave their life in battle on the Honor Roll memorial page.

Portrait of the 1929 senior class of Schreiner Institute in their cadet uniforms on the steps of the Weir Administration Building.

Five Schreiner Institute Military Sponsors carry on the tradition begun in 1928. Sponsors were chosen by each company of cadets at Schreiner Institute and marched with the company for drills, inspections and parades. “Evidently the program was met with enthusiasm because the tradition continued until 1971.“ - Cathy Henry

Photograph of a company of the Schreiner Institute cadet corps standing at attention for the annual federal inspection by officers from Fort Sam Houston. The Schreiner band and sponsors may be seen in the background as an officer inspects a cadet's rifle. The text on the back of the photograph identifies inspecting officer as Colonel Theodore K. Spencer who conducted the annual inspections from 1939 to 1941.

Cadets participate in physical drill exercises on the field in front of the Weir Administration Building.