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Located in Front Royal, VA, Randolph-Macon Academy (R-MA) is a college-prep boarding school with an Air Force JROTC program. R-MA is one of the premier military schools in the nation, and the only Virginia military school offering Air Force JROTC. Our focus is on college-prep. 100% of our students are accepted to college. Students in grades 6-12 discover their potential and develop better academic and organizational skills.

Located in the Shenandoah Valley, Randolph-Macon Academy is surrounded by areas of local and national interest. The following list offers a few examples of areas of interest within an easy drive of the Academy.


Location and Facilities:

 

Photo of Christian Military Boarding School in Virginia - Downtown Front Royal: The downtown area of Front Royal has many unique shops to browse through, as well as a variety of restaurants and bed and breakfasts. The local movie theater and arcade are also located downtown.

- Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Drive:
The park contains more than 500 trails and a 105 mile long road that winds along the Blue Ridge Mountains. The northern entrance is located within a mile of Front Royal.

- George Washington National Forest

- Appalachian Trail

- Raymond R. "Andy" Guest, Jr. Shenandoah River State Park: 8 miles south of Front Royal

- Bowling Green Country Club

- Shenandoah Valley Golf Club

- Jackson's Chase Golf Course

- National VA 4-H Educational Center


School / Office Address: 200 Academy Drive
Front Royal
Virginia
USA
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Directions / Instructions:

FROM WASHINGTON D.C/NORTHERN VIRGINIA AND EASTERN MARYLAND
Take Interstate 66 to Exit 6. Turn left onto U.S. Rts. 522/340 south.
Follow 522/340 for four miles, crossing over two concrete bridges that span the Shenandoah River. Continue straight; do not turn left at Jimbo's Restaurant as Rts. 522/340 do. You will now be on Shenandoah Avenue and you will pass the Warren Memorial Hospital. Shenandoah Ave. will dead-end into Kendrick Lane, and the R-MA campus will be directly in front of you. Turn left and follow the fence line, then turn right on Villa Ave, passing the local library. Go three blocks on Villa, and then turn right into the R-MA gate at Academy Drive.

FROM NORTHERN MARYLAND
Take Interstate 81 south to Interstate 66. Take I-66 east toward Washington, D.C., to Exit 6. Turn right onto U.S. Rts. 522/340 south. Follow the directions above.

FROM BALTIMORE
I-95 S - toward WASHINGTON. Merge onto CAPITAL BELTWAY/ I-495 W via exit number 27 toward SILVER SPRING. Merge onto I-66 W via exit number 49 toward MANASSAS/ FRONT ROYAL. Take the US-340 S/ US-522 S exit- exit number 6- toward FRONT ROYAL. Turn LEFT onto US-340 S/ US-522 S/ WINCHESTER RD S. Continue to follow US-340 S/ US-522 S. Do not turn left at Jimbo's Restaurant as Rts. 522/340 do. Stay straight. You will now be on Shenandoah Avenue and you will pass the Warren County Hospital. Shenandoah Ave. will dead-end into Kendrick Lane, and the R-MA campus will be directly in front of you. Turn left, then turn right on Vila Ave, passing the local library. Go three blocks on Villa, and then turn right into the R-MA gate at Academy Drive.

FROM TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Go north on Interstate 81. Near mile marker 300 I-81 will intersect with Interstate 66. Take I-66 east toward Washington, D.C. to Exit 6. Turn right onto U.S. Rts. 522/340 south. Follow the directions above.

FROM RICHMOND AND EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Take Interstate 95 north to Fredericksburg. North of Fredericksburg take U.S. Route 17 north. Stay on 17 until it intersects Interstate 66 in Marshall. Take Interstate 66 west to Exit 6 and follow directions above.

FROM CHARLOTTESVILLE
Take 522 north into Front Royal. Turn left at the intersection of The John Marshall Hwy. Stay in the right lane on John Marshall Hwy for 2/3 mile and turn right onto Royal Ave (Rt. 340). Go north on Royal Ave. for 2/3 mile (through 2 traffic lights), and turn left on Academy Drive (3rd Ave.). Stay on Academy Drive for two blocks into the campus entrance of R-MA.

Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2019-09-18 were from:

Lanham, MD;   Leesburg, VA;   Baltimore, MD;   Celebration,Fl. Orlando;   Roanoke;   District Heights Md;   Silver Spring MD;   and more.
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