At RMA, we know that academic and life success is built upon the relationships and support we have to encourage us along the way. In order to meet student needs and support them through their academic journey, we have partnered with our local communities to provide a variety of resources. These services are available to ensure every student has access to a free, appropriate education.
Our RMA schools are helping students achieve academically and socially by providing:
- Attendance Monintoring
- College and career counseling
- Foster care resources
- Homeless student resources
- Student Parents
- Help requesting student records
- Special Populations Resources (English)
- Special Populations Resources (Español)
- SES Providers
- SPED Procedural Safeguards & ARD Guide
Our supplemental education services are provided free of charge to all students at RMA. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity for your child. He/she can receive free tutoring, before or after school, using any approved provider of your choice. A list is available at the side of this page to help you find the right fit for your child.
We know a vital part of the formula for student success is strong attendance! We work with students and families to develop a plan for attendance success including offering two different flexible sessions to fit schedules and accountability incentives and plans to facilitate attendance improvement and academic success.
College and Career Counseling
Planning for the future can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help you every step of the way. Our guidance counselors meet with students one-on-one or in special groups to guide them in creating their high school plan, preparing for college exams, deciding on an education/career path, and much more. We encourage all students to schedule an initial meeting with a counselor early in their RMA career and to check in on a regular basis.
This page provides helpful information to supplement our in-person guidance counseling. You’ll find up-to-date scholarship information, study guides, and other helpful materials that will help you prepare for life after high school.
- Graduation Requirements
- Career Testing
- March 2 Success: Practice Tests
- CLEP Testing
- Guaranteed Scholarships
- Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery – Practice Test
SAT and ACT Testing
Most colleges and universities in the United States require entrance exams to determine a baseline for their course offerings. These tests are very important! Your scores can open up doors for scholarships and/or in-house tuition reductions, and they might even allow you to “CLEP out” of certain classes while earning college credit! But did you know you can take college entrance exams as often as you like? Just keep studying and improving those scores…you’ll never know how much money you can save!
We greatly value the opportunity to serve students who also have children of their own. We also recognize the difficulties and time required to raise a child. Our half-day flexible model and incredible teachers/staff will help you graduate, find a career and be prepared for post-graduation training and/or college to reach your goals!
Foster Liaison: Amy Wood
Homeless Liaison: Amy Wood