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    Summer School Registration

    Summer School Registration will begin in Riddleberger Hall on the North side of campus. From there you will be directed where to go.
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    Summer School Classes Begin

    We are happy to welcome all of our summer school students. This will be the first day of classes.
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    Fireworks

    The cadets will be escorted to the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds to watch the fireworks display for the fourth of July.
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    Colonel's Camp: Wreath Laying at the Tomb of the Unknowns

    This year we have been very lucky and our Colonel's Camp Cadets have been chosen to lay the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetary. This is a huge honor.
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    Woodstock Pool

    Students will be taken to the Woodstock Pool for an afternoon of fun. The cost is $10 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.
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    Washington Nationals Game

    The students will have a chance to travel in to Washington D.C. to see the Nationals take on the Braves.  The cost is $50 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.
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    Colonel's Camp: Mount Vernon

    The Colonel's Camp Cadets will travel to Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington. Here they will take a tour of the grounds and visit his tomb.

    STEM Camp: Baker Farms

    The STEM Camp cadets will travel out to Baker Farms. This pig farm is unique as it focuses on environmentally friendly and sustainable farming techniques. 
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    Colonel's Camp: National Museum of the Marine Corps

    The National Museum of the Marine Corps  provides students with a history of the Corps as well as a chance to talk to some former Marines.

    STEM Camp: Luray Caverns and Zoo

    The STEM cadets will travel to the Luray Caverns and Zoo. The caverns are a magnificent natural formation while the zoo is a rescue zoo. It houses over 250 exotic animals that were unwanted or abused pets at one point in their lives.
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    Cosmic Bowling

    The students will travel to the local bowling alley for an evening of bowling under the "cosmic lights." The cost is $35 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.

    Admissions Tour

    We would like to invite you to tour our beautiful campus nestled in the quaint town of Woodstock, Virginia during an open house on Saturday from 10 am- 2 pm.  It is a great opportunity to see our academy up close and personal and meet current staff and students.  If you cannot attend an Open House, please contact us to schedule a private tour Monday through Friday between 9:00 – 4:00pm. 
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    Kings Dominion

    The students will travel to an amusement park, Kings Dominion. The cost is $50 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.
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    Colonel's Camp: Harper's Ferry and Dinosaurland

    Harper's Ferry is just a short jaunt from campus and has much historical significance in regards to the Civil War. Dinosaurland is a fun amusement park which the students will get to explore.
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    Colonel's Camp: Natural Bridge

    The Colonel's Camp Cadets will explore the natural beauty and wonder of Natural Bridge.
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    Paintball

    This trip is non-refundable and requires a waiver to be signed. The cost is $70 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.

    Click Here for the Paintball Waiver.
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    White Water Rafting

    White Water Rafting requires a waiver. The cost is $115 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.

    Click HERE for the White Water Rafting waiver.
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    Colonel's Camp: Gettysburg National Battlefield

    One of the most famous battlegrounds of the Civil War, Gettysburg National Battlefield will a learning experience for the Colonel's Camp Cadets.
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    Colonel's Camp: Air & Space Museum

    The Colonel's Camp Cadets will be encouraged to look to the skies at the Air & Space Museum.
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    Luray Caverns

    The students will travel to the local Luray Caverns and explore the natural wonder. The cost is $28 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.

    Admissions Tour

    We would like to invite you to tour our beautiful campus nestled in the quaint town of Woodstock, Virginia during an open house on Saturday from 10 am- 2 pm.  It is a great opportunity to see our academy up close and personal and meet current staff and students.  If you cannot attend an Open House, please contact us to schedule a private tour Monday through Friday between 9:00  4:00pm. 
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    Smithsonian DC Trip

    The students will travel into Washington D.C. to visit the Smithsonian Museums. The cost is $25 and all student participation is conditional upon the student's academic and "good conduct" eligibility.
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Summer Sample for Monday - Friday

0600 Wake-Up / Personal Hygiene Barracks
0645 Reveille Formation Company Street
0650-0730 Mess I Mess Hall
0730-0800 Campus Police Call / Barracks Maintenance MMA Campus/Barracks
0800-0850 Drill Company Street
0900-1550 Class Day Block I 
0900-1150 Mess II Formation
1150 Company Street Mess II
1200-1250 Block II
1300-1550 Classrooms
1615 Sports Formation Company Street
1615-1730 Sports Sports Venues
1800 Accountability / Retreat Formation Company Street
1810-1850 Mess III Mess Hall
1900-1945 New Cadet Testing Mess Hall
2015 Report to Barracks / Accountability Barracks
2015-2130 Evening Study Period (ESP) Barracks
2140 Personal Hygiene Barracks
2215 Lights Out
2230 TAPS

Summer Sample for Saturday-Sunday

0900 Reveille 
0900 Weekend Activity Trip
0910-0950 Barracks Maintenance, personal hygiene 
0940-0955 Police Call
1000-1050 Religious service (Sunday) 
1050-1140 Formation, Brunch 
1145-1200 Prepare for Town Pass 
1200-1630 Town Pass, New Cadet Training, Tours, HAC & Gym open (1300-1600)
1300-1600 Tours Formation Company Street
1700 Retreat Formation Company Street
1710-1800 Dinner Mess Hall
2015 Report to the barracks / Accountability 
2015-2130 Evening Study Period
2130 Hallway Attention / Accountability Formation 
2130-2200 Personal Hygiene 
2215 Lights Out  
2230 TAPS

Sample Monday, Wednesday, Friday Schedule

0600
Wake-Up/Reveille
0645-0715
Reveille Formation, Mess I
0730-0755
Prepare Dorm for Inspection, Campus Police Call
0800-1520
Classes
0800-0905:  Period 1
0915-1020: Period 2
1030-1140: Period 3
1150-1250: Formation/ Lunch
1300-1405: Period 4
1415-1520: Period 5
1520-1540: Academic Coaching
1600 -1745
Sports formation/sports practice
1815-1845
Retreat formation/Mess III
 
 1900 - 1945
Company time
 1945
Hallway attention, accountability
2000-2130
Evening Study Period (ESP)
2130-2230
Prepare for the next day/TAPS/lights out

Sample Tuesday, Thursday Schedule

0600
Wake-Up/Reveille
0645-0715
Reveille Formation, Mess I
0730-0755
Prepare Dorm for Inspection, Campus Police Call
0800-1440
Classes
0800-0940:  Period 6
0950- 1130: Period 7
1135-1150 – Family Meeting (Caskey Auditorium)
1200-1250: Formation/ Lunch
1300-1440: Period 8
 
1450-1530
Military drill
1600 -1745
Sports formation/sports practice
1815-1845
Retreat formation/Mess III
 
1900-1945
New Cadet testing (mandatory to all unrecognized cadets)
   1945
Hallway attention, accountability
 2000-2130
Evening Study Period (ESP)
2130-2230
Prepare for the next day (Squad jobs)
    2230
TAPS/ lights out
Massanutten Military Academy is a co-ed non-profit boarding and day school for grades 612.