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Massanutten Summer STAR Program Is Now Enrolling!

Over the Summer, many parents choose summer camp for their child to stay active and productive during their break from school. Compared to other Summer camps, Massanutten’s Summer STAR programs are one-of-a-kind! Our Summer STAR Programs  allow students to stay on track, reach for the stars, while having fun this summer! At Massanutten Military Academy,…

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Benefits of Military Summer Camp at Massanutten

With summer just around the corner, many parents and students are currently planning how to spend it. Among other things, they should consider options that can encourage their personal growth. One such option: attending a character-building military summer camp at a top-notch academy. Massanutten Military Academy provides a premier military education to students across Virginia,…

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Is Military Middle School Right for Your Child?

While military middle school suits many young men and women, its efficacy for individuals depends on their needs. For instance, these institutions offer the discipline, structure, and direction that public schools can lack. But you must decide whether your child would be receptive to these values and learn from them. If you’re interested in such…

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Class of 2021 Earn Diplomas, Awards, and Scholarships

Congratulations to the Class of 2021! Their hard work, determination, and tenacity throughout their time at MMA was certainly noticed by staff and faculty here at MMA, as well as the staff and admissions boards of universities and colleges. The Class of 2021’s graduation ceremony was on Saturday, May 1st and featured the following speakers:…

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Diversity at Massanutten Military Academy

Many things set Massanutten Military Academy apart from other schools, from discipline to education. One unique factor that Massanutten can offer your child is the aspect of diversity. While many schools claim they are “diverse”, MMA stands by that declaration. A Culturally Diverse Learning Environment MMA hails students from around the country, and the world.…

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Massanutten Military Academy and Widener University Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Massanutten Military Academy (MMA) and Widener University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that establishes a formal acceptance process for MMA cadets to attend Widener University. Under the MOU, any cadet who graduates from MMA is guaranteed admission into Widener provided that the student meets the agreement requirements. This new partnership with Widener reiterates MMA’s…

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Enroll Your Student in the Massanutten Summer STAR Program!

Over the Summer, many parents choose summer camp for their child to stay active and productive during their break from school. Compared to other Summer camps, Massanutten’s Summer STAR programs are one-of-a-kind! Our Summer STAR Programs offer flexible summer camp options that allow students to reach for the stars, while having fun. At Massanutten Military…

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Massanutten In-Person Education

Studying at Military School for Kids in Woodstock Virginia

Massanutten Military Academy is enrolling for in-person learning for both the Summer STAR Programs June 19-July 24 and Fall enrollment for the 21-22 Academic Year. MMA can help your student get back on track in the classroom with a custom, academic roadmap. Summer STAR Programs Over the Summer, many students choose MMA for summer programs…

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A Day in the Life of a Massanutten Cadet

Cadet Studying at Virginia Military School

Military schools are much like traditional public schools in their curriculum. However, they have a more disciplined and structured educational setup. Cadets at a private military school, like Massanutten, have schedules, requirements, and experiences that follow a unique holistic approach, which has proven beneficial to students. At Massanutten Military Academy in Virginia, we provide both…

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Cadets Inducted Into Massanutten’s National Honor Society

The Massanutten Military Academy National Honor Society inducted 14 new members in the Spring ceremony. Cadets R. Chervenka, Martino, Magee, Roberson, Huiss, A. Sill, Xie, Waldron, M. Johnston, Hilleary, Vegh, Stone, Hickman, and Hester.  NHS officers Kidwell, Lang, Neo and Munshi led the ceremony with Ms. Blakely, NHS Advisor. The NHS honors the overall contributions…

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