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Drill Team Competes Well at C.D. Hylton, Now Onto States!

On Saturday April 18, 2015, the Randolph-Macon Academy Drill Team competed in the C.D. Hylton Drill Competition, held at C.D. Hylton Senior High School in Woodbridge, VA. Six teams entered the competition: Armed Regulation, Color Guard, Inspection, Unarmed Regulation, 1st Year Color Guard, and 1st Year Unarmed Regulation.

Middle School Interact Club Attends Inaugural Retreat

The Middle School Interact Club enjoyed a retreat this past weekend. This past weekend, 28 students from Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School Interact Club went to Camp Alkulana (www.alkulana.org) in Millboro Springs, VA, for their Inaugural Middle School Interact Retreat. 

Commandant Col Gary Sadler Says Good-Bye

Randolph-Macon Academy Commandant Col Gary N. Sadler, USAF Retired, has announced his intention to resign on June 30, 2015. Sadler has served as Commandant at the Academy since his arrival in 2005. 

R-MA Visits Twin Oaks

Front Royal Students at Randolph-Macon Academy Fly Solo

Two Randolph-Macon Academy students from Front Royal successfully soloed an airplane for the first time in February.

Front Royal Students at R-MA Win Military School Band Festival Awards

It might have been a cold, snowy winter, but in late February Front Royal residents William Long III and Evan Kelly traveled north along with a group of other student musicians—north to St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Wisconsin, to participate in the 39th Military School Band and Choir Festival (MSBF). Both students, who are enrolled at Randolph-Macon Academy, successfully brought home first-place awards.

R-MA Named "Best Visiting Band"

Randolph-Macon Academy Band and Parade Unit was awarded "Best Visiting Band" for their performance in the 44th Annual St. Patrick's Parade in Washington, DC, on Sunday, March 15, 2015. The R-MA drum major for the parade was junior William Long III of Front Royal. 

Middle School Students Win Eight Awards at Regional Science Fair

On March 10, 2015, eleven students from Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School travelled to James Madison University to compete in the Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair. They pulled off a remarkable showing as six of the students brought home a total of eight awards.

Randolph-Macon Academy's Nothing But Nets Snares Nearly $900

On March 2, 2015, Randolph-Macon Academy (R-MA) students faced off against the faculty and staff in a fundraising basketball game to benefit Imagine No Malaria. 

Parents' Association Grant Award Recipients

Every year, teachers apply for grants through R-MA's Parents' Association to help with the funding for various projects. This year, the grant awards will be awarded to the following teachers on March 27th at the spring induction of the National Honors Society during Spring Family Weekend.

Winter Sports Awards

The following students at Randolph-Macon Academy have earned awards during the winter 2014-15 sports season. These awardees will receive plaques at the end of the school year, during the annual athletic banquet. Congratulations to everyone who represented R-MA so well! 

R-MA Middle School Interact Club Honors Front Royal Mayor

On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 7:00 pm, the officers of the Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School Interact Club attended the Front Royal Town Council meeting to present Front Royal Mayor Timothy Darr with a T-shirt and an honorary membership in the R-MA Middle School Interact Club. 

The Interact Club officers present for the occasion were Interact Club President Aman Atwal ’20 of Springfield, Vice President Alan Williams ’20 of Front Royal, Club’s Sergeant-at-Arms, Ishmael Bobbitt ’19 of Fairfax, and Club Treasurer Josiah Herring ’20 of Linden.

Basketball Game to Benefit "Imagine No Malaria"

It's time we all join hands with Africa. Join the R-MA family for a fun night of basketball. All proceeds benefit Imagine No Malaria.

R-MA Faculty/Staff vs. Students Basketball Game to Benefit “Imagine No Malaria”

Falcon Scholars Take to the Skies

For years the Air Force has told its members to “Aim High,” so it’s not surprising that two of Randolph-Macon Academy’s Falcon Scholars, who hope to be headed for the Air Force Academy this summer, have taken the slogan a bit literally.

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