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Leadership Qualities That Massanutten Encourages

Military School for Teens

Leadership figures tend to share some traits that are products of character development: integrity, loyalty, consistency, and more. For generations, the US military has cultivated these same qualities to turn their recruits into strong leaders. And, as a military school for teens, Massanutten Military Academy strives to do the same. We encourage these virtues through…

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Celebrate 2021 Homecoming at Massanutten Military Academy

Massanutten Military Academy’s Homecoming Weekend 2021 has a little bit of everything for parents, alumni and students. MMA will host Homecoming  2021 on campus this year from October 15-17. Alumni and Parents Schedule of Events: Friday, October 15 12:00-4:00 pm Check-in and Tours-Hayes Activity Center 4:00-5:00 pm   Cadet Talent Show- Caskey 6:00-10:00 pm Homecoming Dinner…

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What is Learner-Centered Education?

Military School for Kids

Debates over how to best educate future generations are constant and ongoing. New types of educational systems have been developed and tested in efforts to advance our society and solve the problems of today and the future. Among the most prominent of these is the concept of ‘learner-centered education’, an approach to learning that places…

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Why Enroll at Massanutten Military Academy?

Military School in Virginia

Attending Massanutten Military Academy offers many advantages over traditional public schools. For instance, cadets who choose to board here live and learn within an academic environment that encourages self-discipline, character building, and teamwork. Nevertheless, all cadets at Massanutten receive a world-class education, a dedicated faculty, and a bright future.  Massanutten Military Academy is a renowned…

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Rolling Admissions Policy FAQs

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Put simply, a rolling admissions policy describes a school that accepts applications at all times. Furthermore, the school usually releases their admission decisions as it determines them rather than altogether on one date. If you were to apply to such a school, you would receive its decision before those who applied after you. As it…

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The Summer STAR Program Closes Out With Awards and Parade

Massanutten Military Academy concluded the 2021 Summer STAR Programs with an awards ceremony and parade. Cadets from all four programs: Colonels Camp, Cadre, JROTC, and Academic camp earned awards in the morning ceremony in front of the Corps of Cadets, MMA faculty and staff, and parents and families. After the awards ceremony, the parade in…

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6 Things Cadets Can Look Forward to at Military School

Military School for Kids Virginia

Some of our nation’s best minds received a military school education. However, that fact alone doesn’t draw cadets to these institutions. Instead, their range of events and activities, introduction to the military lifestyle, and gateways for future success draw in young minds. As the best military school for kids in Virginia, Massanutten Military Academy offers…

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Enrollment is Open For The 2021-2022 Academic Year

Massanutten Military Academy enrollment is open for the 2021-2022 Academic Year! Registration weekend is on August 7 & 8  by appointment only. To schedule your enrollment appointment, please contact Ms. Dublo at [email protected] or call 540-459-0426. Our faculty and staff find pride in offering cadets from around the globe a rigorous academic programs that will help them…

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Award-Winning Documentary Screening at Massanutten Military Academy

Massanutten Military Academy will be screening the Award-Winning Documentary ‘THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM’ during the 2021 Homecoming activities. The film will be screened on Friday, October 15 at 6:00 pm in Caskey on the MMA campus and is open to the public. Director Christian Taylor allows viewers to discover the stories of D-Day from…

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Consistency in Command with Head of School Kim Elshafie-Layman

Working in education can be much more than a job to some people, such as Massanutten Military Academy’s Head of School Kim Elshafie-Layman. Mrs. Elshafie-Layman is in her 11th year at MMA and is true representation of the school motto “Non Nobis Solum” (Not for ourselves alone). Elshafie-Layman has been an educator for over 20…

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