Thursday, May 3, 2018
R-MA News & Blog
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
There are school projects that are remembered for a lifetime, ones that build skills, forge character, and touch the hearts of students. Kim Cramer’s freshman English classes experienced such a project this year.
Friday, April 20, 2018
On Monday, April 9th, leadership expert and renowned speaker Greg McCann spoke to Randolph-Macon Academy faculty, staff, and upperclassmen. McCann has been a leadership coach for nearly 20 years, focusing on family-owned businesses and the unique challenges they face. His publications include “Who Do You Think You Are? Aligning Your Character and Reputation” and “When Your Parents Sign the Paychecks.” He also co-authored a white paper on Vertical Leadership with R-MA Board Member and leadership expert Patty Keenan.
Monday, April 2, 2018
On Thursday, March 15, 2018, a group of R-MA faculty and students attended the 2018 West Point Leadership and Ethics Conference, hosted by the West Point Society of DC. Approximately 200 juniors from 50 DC Metro area schools attended the event. Representing R-MA were Leadership and Character Chair Mike Starling ’88 P’19, ’23, ’24, English teachers Lynne Schoonover P’17 and Brandon Sloan, and juniors Nathaniel Chichester, Noelle Kramer, Khalila Karefa-Kargbo, and Bradley Gao.
Friday, March 16, 2018
During the first track meet of the year, held at Page County High School on March 15th, the following student-athletes met the qualifying standards for the state competition in track and field.
Caroline Starling - High Jump (5'2")
Destinee Thomas - Long Jump (14'0")
Ure Okoye - 100m (13.15)
Quinlin Bruhn - Long Jump (13'11.75")
- 100m (14.47)