Students: 64 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Coed
Oak Ridge Military Academy
Oak Ridge Military Academy is a college preparatory school serving young men and women grades 7-12. The campus is situated on 103 acres in rural Oak Ridge, North Carolina. ORMA is a private school with a student body of 64 cadets.
The institute offers a 4:1 teacher ratio and accepts approximately 59% of applicants. Tuition for day attendance is $14,000 and $27,000 for boarding students. Oak Ridge Military Academy was founded in 1850 as Oak Ridge Male Institute.
In 1929 the name was changed to Oak Ridge Military Institute and was deemed an all boys institute.
In 1981 the name was change for the final time to Oak Ridge Military Academy and became a co-ed institution. Oak Ridge Military Academy focuses on character development and academic excellence.
Boarding Schools in North Carolina
Saint Mary's School is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. It was founded in 1842 as an Episcopal school. Saint Mary's is a college-preparatory school for girls in 9th-12th grade. Girls can attend the day school or be enrolled in the boarding school program. Saint Mary's School offers an outstanding academic and leadership program. Girls are able to take advanced placement courses, honors courses, technology classes, and fine arts classes. Saint Mary's School also provides meaningful leadership opportunities through the following programs: ...
Stone Mountain School is located in the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Founded in 1990, the therapeutic boarding school is part of the Aspen Education Group and addresses the learning and behavioral challenges of boys ages 11-17. Committed to the academic and social success of its students, SMS uses a holistic approach combining counseling, structure, individual academic support along with a healthy diet, exercise and medication. As an alternative to traditional schools, the program employs multi-sensory ...
Located in beautiful Burnsville, NC, is the Arthur Morgan School. Founded in 1962 this boarding and day school was set up to follow the Quaker principles for living. Those Quaker values are still taught today and include respect for self, others and the environment. The campus is located in the Celo Community on 1200 acres of wilderness and communal property. The land trust ensures that students will learn the values of a community working together. The students and teachers live, make ...