Our challenging curriculum develops our students as learners and productive citizens to the greatest extent possible. With the assistance of parents, the faculty and administration continue to help students profit from intellectual challenges that they will face in the future. Additionally, students are assisted in formulating short and long-range goals for self-improvement leading to a fulfilling and rewarding life after graduation.
Admission to Radford is based on past academic performance and potential without regard to religious creed or national origin. Please visit our Admissions page for information about admissions requirements. The Radford experience provides an international exchange of knowledge, ideas, and customs because of the diverse, multicultural student body. The Radford student population includes students from many different countries of the world.
The Radford philosophy includes the motto disco ut servem, which translated means: I learn that I may serve. To instill the value of becoming productive citizens of our society, Radford students are expected to serve their community by performing some form of community service in an ongoing project throughout their middle and high school years.