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Stepping Stones to the Future

The path from K3 through graduation is one of the most exciting journeys in a child’s lifetime—full of discovery, learning, development, and experiences.

MRA provides a compass of guidance, support and nurture along every step of this pathway with the goal of our children becoming the kind of students who can stand out in the classroom, serve in the community, and become leaders in this ever-evolving world.

We have an innovative, student-centered academic program geared to each child’s individual strengths and interests, and we have the small class sizes in which very type of learner can thrive. We walk hand in hand with our students as we prepare them for lives of knowledge, purpose, and character, and we are honored to be a part of the journey.

Portrait of a Graduate

A graduate of Madison-Ridgeland Academy will be …

A Lifelong Learner
Academically prepared with the knowledge, skills, and habits of mind to embark upon and seek to continue a rigorous intellectual path while understanding the importance of developing the mind and creating a strong work ethic in career pursuits.

Challenged by the Gospel
Grounded in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and its implications, with the tools to obtain spiritual direction and understanding.

Well Balanced
Developing a healthy, balanced lifestyle possessing a foundation of Godly character, independence, and self-awareness. Growing in disciplines of mind and body through the pursuit of excellence in academics, athletics, and/or arts.

Engaged and Persuasive
Participating effectively in a community of ideas as a listener and communicator - understanding, critiquing, and challenging worldviews and their implications - working productively with others of diverse viewpoints and backgrounds while maintaining integrity of personal beliefs.

Skillful with Technology
Uses technology in a skillful and ethical manner and utilizes information systems in personal, scholastic, and professional contexts to acquire knowledge and advance learning.

A Servant to Others
Demonstrates an awareness of his or her impact on the community, values diversity, and has the skills to understand, cooperate, and empathize with others.