Honoring & Retaining Our Traditional Foundation of Christian Principles
Massanutten Military Academy honors and retains it's traditional foundation of Christian principles which have been in existence since it's founding in 1899 by the Reformed Church in Virginia. The current spiritual development model at MMA is designed to meet the needs of all cadets under our care regardless of the faith tradition and background of the students. For all individuals to be a well rounded and successful person in society, spiritual maturity and well being are essential. Spirituality is intrinsically connected to characteristics such as virtue, morality and ethics. We believe it is the duty, responsibility and honor, of all of the faculty and staff to assist with the spiritual development of the individuals under our care.
Some key components of spiritual life at Massanutten Military Academy are having an ordained chaplain on campus and several other ordained individuals who serve local churches, relational ministry, and Bible studies.
You know your child can do more but is not getting the attention needed in their current environment to reach their full potential. We know that choosing the right school for your child can be difficult because each child is so unique. We believe students should experience school as it should be, a place where children are educated in an environment that leads them to thrive and encourages their maximum potential.
Massanutten Military Academy is a co-educational, non-profit military boarding and day school in Virginia for middle and high school students with post graduate studies. We welcome all faiths and live by our motto: Non Nobis Solum (Not For Ourselves Alone).
Massanutten Military Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.