100 Years & Counting, 1909-2009, a past of distinction a future of excellence
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Outstanding faculty, staff and school environment contribute to Hargrave's award winning designation as a Virginia School of Character.
Many young men arrive at Hargrave with a lack of educational focus. Cadets get on track with structure, routine and challenging work. Hargrave instructors ensure a higher quality of instruction.
Adult mentors and role models are critical for young men. Involvement with our Cadets is an important part of the Hargrave experience… even if it is just a few encouraging words high on a climbing tower.
Since 1995, Troop 68 has assisted 74 young men in earning their wings with the Hargrave Boy Scout program.
Troop 68 is a very active troop featuring a number of merit badge and travel opportunities.
Hargrave’s ‘Character Across the Curriculum’ program builds young men through character development in academic classrooms, sporting fields, barracks life and in worship.
Opportunities for teamwork are present in Hargrave’s classrooms, athletic fields, barracks and marching band. Hargrave's Band Company is on mission to perform.
Prepare your son for life beyond high school. Serving grades 7-12 and one postgraduate year.
Scoreboard revised: April 23, 2015
Hargrave's Class of 2015 College Scoreboard tracks the college acceptance of the senior class and postgraduate Cadets. The Scoreboard is updated often during the academic year. Hargrave's College Placement office is an important cornerstone in positioning young men for further success in college and life.
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Nondiscriminatory Statement: Hargrave Military Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.