Randolph-Macon Academy's third year as a Falcon Foundation School began with five new Falcon Scholars: Jeffrey Wilson, Anthony Vaccaro, Vito Antonio Valenzuela, David Warfel and Michael Grieg (pictured l-r above, with R-MA President Maj Gen Maury Forsyth at left and Falcon Foundation President, Lt Gen Jay. W.
Open Houses are a great opportunity to tour the school as well as meet teachers and administrators. Check out the dates of some of our upcoming Open Houses to see if they fit your schedule. If not, we would love to schedule a time for you to come out for an individual tour. We hope to have you on campus soon!
On Wednesday, August 13, 2014, the student leaders of the Air Force JROTC program at Randolph-Macon Academy registered for the Summer Leadership Lab, where they would spend more than a week learning about team-building, leadership styles, and the positions they would hold within the Air Force JROTC program. On Sunday, August 17th, the students received their positions for the year, as well as their cadet rank.
R-MA Recognizes Quarterly,
Annual Employee Award Winners
A boarding school is only as good as its faculty and staff. While Randolph-Macon Academy is blessed with an amazing group of people, the school also regularly recognizes those who go above and beyond their peers. R-MA recently announced the employee award winners for the third and fourth quarters of the 2013-14 school year, as well as the annual winners for the year.
The students selected to become leaders in the Air Force JROTC program arrived on campus earlier this week and have been working hard at learning leadership and team-building skills. On Sunday, August 17th at 4:00 pm, the position selections for the year will be announced. Faculty, staff, students, parents, and alumni are invited to attend this Cadre Promotion Ceremony, which will be held in Melton Memorial Gymnasium.
Donald R. Williams, the former Upper School Assistant Dean at Randolph-Macon Academy, has become the Director of Services at R-MA. He is taking over from CMSgt Norman Brander, USAF Retired, who will retire next week.
Victor Marshall , the son of Cheryl & Herbert Marshall of Wake Forest, NC, had a big week in late May. He became a private pilot on May 17th at the age of 18. A week later, on May 24th, he graduated from Randolph-Macon Academy, a college-prep school in northwestern Virginia.
For Grace Alexander of Front Royal, graduating as Randolph-Macon Academy’s valedictorian didn’t mean that she was done with the flight program at the school. By continuing to fly on the weekends following her graduation on May 24th, Alexander managed to accomplish her private pilot certification on June 15, 2014.