100 Years & Counting, 1909-2009, a past of distinction a future of excellence
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Learn teamwork, gain academic credit and build self-confidence with a selection of challenging summer enrichment courses. Examples include Leadership & Ethics, Robotics and SAT/ACT Prep.
11 sports camps are offered for Summer 2015. They include: Air Rifle; Baseball; Basketball; Football; Golf; Lacrosse; Soccer; Swimming; Tennis; Wrestling & Weightlifting.
Summer weekends never slow down. Activities include several outings both on and off campus for the first three weekends. Popular activities include go-karts, paintball; rock climbing and trips.
Hargrave offers a fun camp for young men interested in military service or attending Hargrave in the Fall. The Military Cadet Orientation and Certification lets him explore this path.
Outstanding faculty, staff and school environment contribute to Hargrave's award winning designation as a Virginia School of Character.
Daily structure provides the framework for Hargrave's ongoing success. The same basic framework that Hargrave uses with its Cadets is applied directly to its Summer School and Camp program.
Prepare your son for life beyond high school. Serving grades 7-12 and one postgraduate year.
Scoreboard revised: June 25, 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.