Latin Academy: For the 2013 Latin Academy Web site and information packet, click here.
Japanese Academy: For the 2013 Japanese Academy Web site and information packet, click here.
Opening Ceremonies: June 23, 2013 (Sunday)
Check-in Opening Ceremony
9:30-11:00: a.m. 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Check-in Opening Ceremony
12:00- 1:15: p.m. 1:30-2:15 p.m.
Make plans to arrive at Andrews Hall (#61 on map: 420 Henry Street, Ashland VA 23005) at R-MC according to the schedule above. Please allow adequate time to move in and unpack before the opening ceremony. Lunch is on your own. Cars may be unloaded in Lot I. After unloading, please move your car to Lots D or E or street parking. For information about the dorm, a LEED certified building, go to https://secure.rmc.edu/virtualtour/Andrews/
The opening ceremonies will take place in the Blackwell Auditorium (#16 on map). Both students and parents should attend the opening ceremony. See Attachment in packet for a map and directions.
Since 1987, VDOE has sponsored Governor's Foreign Language Academies, summer residential programs for Virginia's most motivated and talented foreign language students. As of 2011, more than 7,250 students have completed one of the programs. The 2012 Governor's Summer Residential Foreign Language Academies will include full-immersion academies in French, German, and Spanish; a partial-immersion Japanese Academy; and a Latin Academy.
Nearly two centuries ago, Randolph-Macon College was born of a need that the United Methodist Church had for educated ministers to spread their new faith in the new republic. Since its founding in 1830, the mission of the college has been to develop the minds and characters of young men and women who come to Randolph-Macon from all over the United States and throughout the world. Through personal interaction that occurs between our faculty and students, this "hand cultivation" has bonded relationships that last a lifetime. Randolph-Macon promotes the freedom and confidence that a liberal arts education instills in students who leave the college as leaders and life-long learners. Our graduates have made their marks in the halls of government, in boardrooms, operating rooms and classrooms. Some have achieved financial prosperity and others popular acclaim. Most have made a difference in their communities. All share a bond in that Randolph-Macon nurtured their dreams and helped them take the steps that made these dreams a reality. These bonds, these dreams and these achievements are the intangibles that connect graduates, faculty and staff of the college across generations. For more information, click here.
Gregory N. Daugherty Program Co-ordinator
Department of Classics
P.O. Box 5005 (204 Henry St)
Ashland, Virginia 23005-5505
Revision date: 04/26/2013
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