Each year, the entire Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School participates in the Patriot’s Pen Competition sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary. This year, the theme was “Why I Appreciate America’s Veterans.”
FRONT ROYAL, VA--Last year, Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School teacher Toby Allanson took what had been a small family tradition and turned it into a project for his seventh grade civics class, when he took all of his students to the VA Hospital in Martinsburg, WV to hand out gifts and sing Christmas carols.
On November 4, 2014, Randolph-Macon Academy Chorus Director Michael DeMato took a group of 12 students to John Handley High School to compete for a place in the District XIV Chorus. Alice Gong '16, Helen Peng '17, Chloe Pham '15, Teni Oduntan '16, Chandler Lee '16, and Jin Wang '18 were all selected to perform as part of the District Chorus in a concert on February 14, 2015!
The Upper School fall sports awards winners were announced at the recognition ceremony on Friday, November 14, 2014. These awardees will receive plaques at the end of the school year, during the annual athletic banquet.
Congratulations to all of our athletes on playing their best and respresenting R-MA well! Special congratulations to our award winners:
Standing, l-r, are Michael DeMato, Cyrus Lesko, Joshua Ilnicki, and Brandy Hudson. Kneeling, l-r, are Erik Wagner, Jake Branham, Erik Koontz, and Dong Eun "Amy" Go. A.J. Sullivan is center in the red shirt.
The Middle School Fall Sports Awards Ceremony was held November 10, 2014. All athletes received a certificate of appreciation and enjoyed donuts and cinnamon rolls after the event. The soccer team presented the season and tournament championship trophies to Acting President Jonathan Ezell. In addition, the following students were recognized for their outstanding individual accomplishments:
Girls’ Cross Country Most Valuable Runner:Jessalyn Brooks ’21
Veterans Day is a busy time for many Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) units across the country, and the Virginia 091st Air Force JROTC unit at Randolph-Macon Academy (R-MA) is no exception.
Randolph-Macon Academy (R-MA) has been selected as one of four schools to assist the Sejong Cultural Society in creating a documentary about teaching sijo, a type of Korean haiku, in English. These three-lined poems abide by specific guidelines which embrace Korean cultural values.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014, Colleges That Change Lives Event. Randolph-Macon Academy (R-MA) will be hosting a Colleges That Change Lives information session on Tuesday, October 21st at 3:00 p.m. in Boggs Chapel.&nbs