Randolph-Macon Academy is committed to the success of each of our stakeholders: students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff. This means that we look out for one another and support each other.
One of the most important elements for our students’ success is the Mentoring program, which gives students the opportunity to develop one-on-one relationships with caring teachers and staff. The program also serves as a channel of communication between the school and home. A small group of students will meet formally with their mentor each week to discuss academic and personal goals, cover specific character and leadership topics, address social issues and discuss college and career planning. Mentors are an advocate for their students, help them interact with their peers, and help build their confidence to succeed in life.