Summer School Course Offerings

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Students may take one new course, two repeat courses, two enrichment courses, or one repeat course and one enrichment course during the four-week summer program.  Upon successful completion, high school credit is awarded, which is transferable to any Virginia high school and most high schools across the United States. The following courses are planned for Summer 2019:

Full-Day Courses

Students taking new core courses will receive a full high school credit upon successful completion of the course.

English 10
English 11
Spanish I
Spanish II
Biology
Chemistry        
Algebra I
Geometry
U.S. History
World History II
Comparative Religions


Half-Day (Repeat) Classes

Half-day courses to make up or improve a grade.

English 9
English 10
English 11
Spanish I
Spanish II
Biology
Chemistry  
Physics      
Algebra I
Geometry
Algebra II with Trigonometry
Pre-Calculus
U.S. History
World History I
World History II


Electives/Enrichment Courses

Students may take two of these half-day classes, or take one of these and one repeat class. We are excited to offer the following electives for 2019:

College & Career Summer Seminar: This course is for rising juniors and seniors. Explore regional colleges, begin to work on your college application portfolio, and examine possible careers!

Innovation 101: Innovations Labs are popping up in schools, community centers, and libraries across the country. This course will allow you to explore our brand-new Innovation Wing and all it entails, from coding platforms and robotics to 3-D printing and laser cutting. 

For more information about our electives, click here

Note that electives are typically .5 elective credit, 1/2 day courses.  You will need to check with your current school as to whether the courses will be accepted for credit. 


Need credit in a course not listed above? Contact the Upper School Academic Office at 540-636-5486 to discuss additional course offerings.

Course offerings are subject to demand.  Randolph-Macon Academy reserves the right to cancel classes if sufficient numbers for the class are not met.