R-MA News & Blog

CyberPatriot at R-MA: A Student's Perspective

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Hong Li Liu '19

The CyberPatriot Program was created by the Air Force Association as the National Youth Cyber Education Program. Its goal is to inspire students towards careers in Cybersecurity, which is, in a world relying more and more on computers and networks, absolutely vital to the nation's future. The main part of the program is the annual National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.


All Aboard: STEAMing Beyond 125

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

In honor of Randolph-Macon Academy's 125th Anniversary, forty-two 5th-8th grade students from R-MA and the Warren County community came together at R-MA's Middle School on Saturday, February 18th, for a full day of joyful STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) learning.  This event was co-sponsored by Virginia STEAM Academy and its President and CEO, Dr. Judy K. Stewart, in hopes of raising awareness of the summer STEAM programs the organization offers.


R-MA Receives Grant From Warren County Sheriff's Office

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Sheriff Daniel T. McEathron

On February 1, 2017, Warren County Sheriff, Daniel McEathron presented Randolph-Macon Academy’s President, Brig. Gen. David Wesley, USAF Retired with a check in the amount of $127,960.  It was awarded to the Sheriff’s Office through a Community Oriented Policing Secure Our Schools Grant.  

This brings to completion a seven year collaborated project between the Sheriff’s Office and Randolph -Macon Academy to provide the Academy’s campus with a much needed video security system.


Middle School Girls' Basketball Defeats FRCS

Friday, January 27, 2017

Peachie Robinson

The Lady Jackets finished the week 2-0 after a win yesterday over Front Royal Christian School (FRCS) 20-10.

Again, active hands up top started the scoring. Lily Grossman ’21 got us started with one of her many steals, which led to a lay-up. Movement and good passes helped the offense work from there.

The Lady Jackets led 10-2 at the half. FRCS made a move late in the fourth quarter scoring a quick three followed by a two pointer, but the Lady Jackets were not going to be denied their win.


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