I have two boys at RMA, one who needed it, and one who wanted it after witnessing the successes of his older brother. They are now straight A students with increased self-esteem, and positive outlook on college and their future. I know more about what is going on with them living 4+ hours away than I did when they were living under the same roof, and going to school two miles up the road. Not only are they being taught normal subject matter, but accountability, responsibility, and integrity. This school is developing boys into men that are ready, willing, and most of all, able to step out in the world.