The Randolph Journey

The importance of a schedule

Accomplishing an appropriate balance of academic and social development for a young child has always been a priority in the Lower School. Young students have ...
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Mr. Gee puts down roots

New Orleans transplant Nathaniel Gee puts down roots in Huntsville
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iPads in Kindergarten

Our Kindergarten schedule is arranged very well to introduce our youngest students to the ever-changing world of technology. During the first quarter, as the Lower ...
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Randolph Robotics Raises the Roof

This past Saturday was a banner day for Randolph Robotics.  Our Middle School team won the School’s first state championship in a program that we began just a few years ...
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The benefits of hands-on learning

“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.”
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The truth about college

Who better to share wise words about the college experience than the undergraduates themselves? What kinds of things should our students be thinking about as they ...
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Connected Community: A conversation about social media

Randolph presented Connected Community, a PARENTS+ panel talk on December 1 about trends in social media and how parents can guide their children to create a positive ...
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Jimmy Wales '83: "Information evangelist"

Last spring, the Communications Office received a call from the BBC. They were working on a feature of Randolph alumnus Jimmy Wales ’83 for an episode of Profile. They ...
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