The physical education program at Randolph-Macon Academy provides an opportunity for students to develop efficient and effective motor skills and to embark on a continuing program of physical fitness. By engaging in team sports, students develop confidence and emotional control, and learn the rules of good sportsmanship. Physical education credits are awarded for participation in interscholastic and intramural sports. One-half credit is awarded for every season of participation. Most of the physical education activities are conducted after the classroom instruction.
This is a strength-building class consisting of circuit training with progressive guidance in technique safety and personal goal achievement. This class is designed for athletes and is conducted during the school day.
Sports typically offered are Lacrosse, Boys’ Soccer, Girl’s Soccer, Football, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Girls’ Volleyball, Track and Field, Cross-Country, Boys’ Tennis, Girls’ Tennis, Swimming, Wrestling, Golf, Baseball, and Softball.
During after-school intramural activities, those students not engaged in other sports activities participate in an organized series of rotational activities that can include swimming, hiking, dodge ball, or other designated and supervised physical activities.