GOSPEL High School principal Daina Nainoco has recommended that schools take up the cadet training program.
Gospel High and Gospel Primary schools witnessed their students take part in a cadet passing-out parade last week.
"We took up cadet training because it instilled discipline and character-building in the students," Mrs Nainoco said.
"We have had a few disciplinary cases with our students and we felt that cadet training could help mould them."
She said teachers and parents had given her great feedback since the students began cadet training 10 weeks ago.
"The students respond better to teachers now, in terms of listening and following orders. And they look so much neater and well-presented."
Mrs Nainoco said she believed the training would leave a lasting effect on the students.
"It's not just for now but this training will help them even when they leave school."
The school's passing-out parade coincided with the launch of the mission day in which the school honoured its founders.