A look into the Education Background of Senator John Sidney McCain III who was born on August 29, 1936 and died on August 25, 2018 of cancer after terminating treatment.
Summary of Senator John McCain’s Life
Below is a brief background history of John McCain
- Born: August 29, 1936
- Died: August 25, 2018 of Cancer
- First Marriage date: July 3, 1965
- Wives: Marries Carol Shepp (divorced 1980) and Cindy Lou Hensley (current)
- Elected Senator: November 4 1986
- 2018 he was the Republican Presidential candidate: He lost to Barack Obama
Senator John McCain Background education
This is a history of where Senator John McCain studied before he met his death;
Senator John McCain was born in 1936 Born on a U.S. military base in the Panama Canal Zone, Coco Solo, Panama.
McCain loved Literature and History but he excelled in Mathematics. He is quoted by the USA Today saying he went to more than 20 schools before joining the Naval Academy class.
McCain attributed most of his early learning to his mother’s mobile classroom. They used to relocate from place to place, which means changing schools and thus his mum Roberta played a greater role in educating them at home. The mother could sometimes bring in college students to teach them.
- 1951 to 1954: John McCain studied high school at Episcopal High School, located in Alexandria.
- 1954: He Enrolled at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.
- 1958: Graduated from the Naval Academy class
- 1973: graduated from the National War College, Washington, D.C
School Co-curricular Activities John Mccain participated in
McCain was a talented athlete who played football, wrestling, and tennis
Episcopal High School Condolence message to John McCain
The Episcopal High School family mourns the loss of John McCain ’54, an American hero and servant. Head of School Charley Stillwell said, “…our school family has lost one of our most inspirational examples of the intellectual and moral courage our school’s mission calls on us to develop in each of our graduates..”
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