We are accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year, 2021 summer programs, and the 2021-22 school year.
Applications will be reviewed on a space-available basis after our priority deadline.
How does Randolph-Macon define "International student?"
An international student is any non-US citizen who needs a student visa to attend school in the United States.
How many International students attend Randolph-Macon Academy?
International students represent 30% of the student body. Our current students come from the Bahamas, Cambodia, China, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
Is there a special International student application?
Yes. We highly encourage international students to apply online. Indicate that you are an international student when you begin the online application. You can also download the application.
Does the "School Record Report" apply to me?
Yes, a school official must send your official transcript, including courses in progress, along with the school report. You must send the originals as well as a translated copy.
Is there an application checklist I can use?
Yes. Here is a checklist that should be helpful. You must send us the following in order for an application to be considered complete:
- International application
- $125 nonrefundable application fee
- Personal Essay as indicated in the online application
- Photo of yourself
- Recommendation Form
- School Record Report/official transcripts (Explanations of courses are appreciated.)
- Proof of English Profiency: Duolingo English Test
- Signed Guardian Agreement
- Immunization records and birth certificate and/or passport.
- Financial Statement
- Interview: Once we receive your application an Admission Counselor will contact you to schedule an interview. This can be in-person, or via video or telephone.
Do international applicants have deadlines?
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Spaces are limited.
Is scholarship and financial aid?
Yes, based on the student's academic transcripts and interview, R-MA is pleased to offer qualified students additional opportunities to attend our school.
How do I submit proof of English Proficiency?
R-MA accepts the DuoLingo Test and TOEFL or TOEFL Jr. assessment (school code: 5422)
Do I need to have a guardian based in the United States?
All international students must have a US residential guardian. The guardian must live within 200 miles of campus and be 25 years of age or older. Guardians must be available to accompany students to registration and take students during breaks (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Winter and Spring Break). A signed Guardian Agreement must be submitted with the application.
Do I need medical insurance?
It is required that ALL students at R-MA have medical insurance and international students will automatically be signed up for medical insurance. The cost is covered in the tuition. If you have insurance that is accepted in the US, you must provide proof prior to registration. For more information on obtaining medical insurance through our school, please contact Brittany Zivic (firstname.lastname@example.org 540-636-5207).
Now that I have been accepted, what comes next?
Sign and return the student enrollment form that was sent with the acceptance letter along with the $5,000 enrollment deposit by the date that is listed on the acceptance letter. Once this information is received your I-20 will be issued.
Who can I contact for information?
To request information, schedule a visit, or for general questions about R-MA please contact Pam Cole at email@example.com or 1-540-631-3818.