The Randolph Journey

Why Does Randolph Have Financial Aid?

Parents occasionally ask me why Randolph invests in financial aid, the resource that the Board of Trustees sets aside in every annual budget to fund the School’s efforts ...
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Getting into the Swing

The first day of school hit us freshman very quickly. Summer was a lot of fun, but it was now time to begin Upper School. The first two days were half-days. Freshmen ...
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The Share Table

The Lower School science lab is a place of curiosity, experimentation, and discovery. Classes come to the lab in half classes, creating the opportunity for hands-on ...
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Advisory: being known

Fifth graders entering Middle School are starting a new leg of the K-12 Journey. They still have homeroom teachers, but they will travel more to other classrooms and ...
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Head of School Summer Reading

The launch of the first week of school is always exciting, and it’s great to see the campus hum with energy and enthusiasm after the eerily quiet weeks of June and July. ...
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Midnight Madness

After the stroke of midnight on the first day of the fall season, the cross-country team is on the road together. This is the first organized practice the team can hold ...
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A bouquet of freshly sharpened pencils

Back-to-School season always contributes greatly to my optimistic outlook on life. I am reminded of one of my favorite movie moments when Tom Hanks offers up a “bouquet ...
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