The Culver Military Academy in Culver, IN, was founded as a boys' boarding and day school in 1894. The girls' boarding and day school was founded in 1971. Its 1,800-acre campus has 38 main buildings including the Vaughn Equestrian Center (the largest indoor riding and stable facility in the United States), a flight training facility, and four academic buildings holding 53 classrooms and laboratories and six computer labs.
Approximately 700 students now attend Culver, with 90% of them living in the dormitories; students come to the campus for summer camp when classes are not in session. Boarding students live in one of eight dormitories and eat in the Herman W. Lay dining facility, which can seat the entire student body at once. Other facilities include a 50-bed health center; an auditorium; a 150,000-volume library; an ice arena; and the McMillen Athletic Center which contains two gymnasiums, three basketball courts, an indoor track, pool with diving well, an archery range, and seven racquetball courts. The campus has several smaller auxiliary buildings and 12 additional facilities that are only used during the summer camp session.