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Camden Military Academy average salary is $39,376, median salary is $41,018 with a salary range from $35,110 to $42,000.
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Crop Manager 41,018-42,000 Hitchcock, SD, 57348 2013 Camden Military Academy Crop Manager Salaries (3)
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Crop Manager 35,110-35,110 Hitchcock, SD, 57348 2010 Camden Military Academy Crop Manager Salaries (3)
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  • Camden Military Academy
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Camden, SC
  • Camden Military Academy, in Camden, South Carolina, was originally founded as Camden Academy in 1950 by a group of generous and far-sighted Camden citizens who felt that their town was an ideal setting for a private school. Colonel James F. Risher, then president of Carlisle Military School, purchased the facility in 1958, and the name changed to Camden Military Academy. His son, Colonel Lanning P. Risher, was the school's first headmaster, and he served in that position for 37 years. In 1974, Lanning Risher led the Academy through a reorganization as a non-profit, tax-exempt institution. Upon his retirement in 1995,...