Enrollment currently averages 350 with cadets from 28 different countries and 30 U.S. states. Ninety-six percent are boarding, four percent are day cadets. International enrollment is 18% of the Corps.
Over $4.2 million in merit-based scholarships was awarded to the class of 2020. Small classes, diverse offerings, and engaging curricula are made for the way boys learn. Weekly grades, access to teachers outside of class, and mandatory study periods are part of the program.
Cadets in grades 9-12 participate in JROTC learning core values such as citizenship and leadership theory. Teams include drill team, academic bowl, five-time national champion Raider team, and rifle team.
A collaboration between the college counselor and JROTC, SAPP guides qualified cadets through the admissions process for the federal service academies. In 2017 100% of SAPP cadets received nominations.
Currently nine RMA alumni attend a service academy.
RMA aims to keep tuition reasonable and commensurate with our peers. We offer need-based financial aid to domestic and international families. Fifty-seven percent of families receive financial aid; $3.7 million in aid was awarded in 2020-21.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 reads:
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
Riverside Military Academy complies with Title IX.