Massanutten Military Academy welcomes many students from other countries. In order to enroll, International Students are required to have a guardian who is located in the United States. International Students are also required to make arrangements to be off-campus during Thanksgiving, as well as Winter and Spring Breaks.
International 5-Day Boarding Students: $41,000 International 7-Day Boarding Students: $45,000
Your student will live in one of our residential halls: Benchoff Hall (Male), Harrison Hall (Male), Lantz Hall (Male), or Warehime (Female). These facilities are climate controlled with network capabilities for students with laptop computers or tablets. For more information on the dormitories please visit our Virtual Tour.
The Academy provides your student with a comprehensive meal plan which includes three daily meals in the Cook & Kitchin Dining Hall Monday – Friday. Brunch and Dinner are served during the weekend. If you are interested in learning more about Cook & Kitchin Dining Hall or the food philosophy of Brock Catering, our food service providers, please visit our Cook & Kitchin page.
Massanutten houses an infirmary staff that provides 24-hour care for your student. Should further medical attention be warranted, the Academy has a trusted network of doctors in the immediate area as well as access to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital.
Your student will be provided with college-preparatory counseling regardless of their initial grade provided by the Academy Counselor. This counseling will help your student create their road map to success in the earlier grades and then provide guidance during the college application process when your student becomes a senior.
Massanutten Military Academy hosts a wireless network that allows students to access the internet on their personal devices for educational pursuits. Access to computer labs is also included and is utilized on a class by class basis.
Students will have unlimited access to the Spanier Library and Media Center. The Spanier Library contains several rooms for study and collaboration, computers, and a large selection of books for recreational reading.
Massanutten boasts superb athletic and recreational facilities. During daily sports, students will have access to an indoor shooting range, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, collegiate weight room, baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, football field, and track. In the evenings and on weekends, recognized cadets have access to the Hayes Activity Center (the HAC) to relax playing pool, table tennis, or air hockey with their friends. For more information about our facilities please visit our Virtual Tour.
Massanutten Military Academy hosts special events on campus, such as guest lectures, concerts, theatrical productions, athletic events, dances, and other recreational events which your student will have the opportunity to attend at no additional cost.
Your student will be provided with 1 Class A Uniform, 3 Class B Uniform Pants, 4 Grey Class B Shirts, 2 White Class B Shirts, and 1 set of ACUs. Your student is also provided with all the extraneous accoutrements necessary for each set of uniforms: hats, shoes, ties, insignia, name tags, etc. Please note that any additional/replacement uniform items will be billed on a monthly basis. However, if kept in good condition, these items may be used during subsequent enrollment years.
Your student will be participating in organized sports while at Massanutten Military Academy. Equipment and uniforms for each of these sports is included in the overall price as well as 8 Physical Training Uniforms for daily exercise.
A laundry service is provided to your student through the Quartermaster’s Office. An independent service picks up and delivers cadet laundry on an 8-day rotation. Your student will mark clothing, towels, laundry bags, pillow cases, etc. with permanent marker with their LAST NAME, FIRST INITIAL.
When your student enrolls in Massanutten Military Academy, an I-20 must be filled out and filed by the school. This ensures that your student will have the proper legal status for academic study in the United States.
The amount you choose to put into your student’s expense account is entirely at your discretion. This is used to cover trips not associated with academics, national testing, cadet store purchases, and other miscellaneous expenses. At the end of the school year, any portion not used will either be refunded to the family or credited towards the next school year. The approximate expense over the course of the year is $200 - $500. Please contact the Business Office for more information.
Your student will have access to the cadet store for items such as pens, notebooks, rulers, etc. as well as personal hygiene items and MMA merchandise. These items can be paid for through your student’s Expense Account.
Your student will be able to go on town pass once they are a recognized cadet. A weekly allowance allows for short excursions to be taken into the town of Woodstock at your student’s discretion. This will also allow for students to buy souvenirs and such on their field trips as only the entrance fee and food provisions and provided by the school. The estimated expense for the school year is $540 (based on 35 weeks at $15/week).
Your student is responsible for covering the cost of any leave that requires transportation. This includes school-wide leave dates as well as any weekend leave you may choose to have your student return home for.
Trips that are not associated with an Academic class is not covered by your student’s tuition. These trips will be offered at different times throughout the year and are optional for your student to attend.