Summer Programs at R-MA
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July 5 - July 31, 2015
Summer learning...the FUN way!
For four weeks each summer, students attending Randolph-Macon Academy Summer Programs develop their interests and talents, challenge themselves to improve on weaknesses, and literally take to the skies. Close friendships are formed and last forever, memories are made, and lives are changed.
It is a summer like no other.
R-MA offers four distinct summer programs:
FUN! Students entering grades 6-8 in the fall expand their academic knowledge while having fun! Mornings are spent in classes, while afternoons, evenings, and weekends are reserved for building friendships and having more fun! Field trips are taken throughout the session. Did we mention we have tons of fun?
Want to explore a little this summer? Check out one of our summer enrichment courses: Design Concepts for Engineering, Filmmaking, Personal Finance, Public Speaking, and Creative Writing Workshop. Or take a core course such as Geometry, Spanish I, or English 10!
Do you need to repeat a class? We have 17 classes to choose from!
These summer school courses are for students entering grades 9-12, or seniors who need to take a class to graduate.
Check out this blog from Admissions Quest: 5 Quick Reasons for Boarding Summer School
(Randolph-Macon Academy is a member of AdmissionsQuest.com)
This summer immersion course is intended for international students who have previous exposure to English. It is strongly recommended for all English as a Second Language (ESL) students who plan to attend R-MA for the regular school year.
Designed specifically for students who would dream of flying and would like to solo in a Cessna 172, this flight training program is limited to 8 students for 2015.
The Admission Office welcomes students and their families to visit the campus Monday through Friday by appointment. R-MA also hosts open houses, providing applicants and their families with an opportunity to tour the entire campus and meet with students, faculty and admission counselors.
To be considered for admission to any R-MA summer program, students must complete a summer program application and submit copies of their school records and one letter of recommendation from a school official. An interview is also required and can be completed in person or via phone or Skype. The application can be completed online (www.rma.edu/Apply-Online). Financial aid is not available for R-MA’s summer programs.
Randolph-Macon Academy is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. R-MA offers equal opportunity for admission, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, or national or ethnic origin.
Dress Code for All Levels
Upper school students wear the R-MA logo short-sleeve, polo shirts; cotton khaki (tan) trousers, shorts or capris; athletic shoes and white socks. Middle school students wear R-MA athletic clothes, athletic shoes and white socks. Students must meet R-MA grooming standards. Additional information about clothing needs will be provided after a student is accepted.