The Randolph Journey

Mixing it up in Middle School art

Building upon the strong arts foundation they received in Lower School, Middle School  students are confident and ready to challenge themselves in new artistic endeavors ...
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Exploring Non-Cycle Days

The day starts with a wonderful mixed feeling of confusion and anticipation. "What will the day hold?" is on the minds of our students; and, of course, because we are in ...
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Hashtag viewbook

Why do schools outsource their most creative publications rather than use them as opportunities for student learning?
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An education "Above and beyond"

"I wasn't very nervous on my first day of school, because my older sister was a second grader, so I had been to the school several times already and I knew a few people. ...
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Coming back for "academic excellence"

"I went to Randolph for Kindergarten through 8th grade, then transferred to Huntsville High School. I remember Mrs. Hawkins, my Kindergarten teacher, had her room ...
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Strong academics and self-esteem

"My family moved to Huntsville and I started Randolph in the second grade. I was so afraid that the teachers would not know what I had already learned and what I didn't ...
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"A tremendous rite of passage"

"Introducing my son to the school I attended K-12, to some of the faculty and staff I knew then, and to the physical campus where I spent my childhood (his is the very ...
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Coming back: "I am blown away"

"My overall experience of Randolph is what brought my family back to Huntsville. I took the job teaching French in the Upper School with my children’s education in ...
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Educating the "whole child"

"I have many fond memories of Lower School at Randolph, like swinging from the rafters in the boys’ bathroom or spending time with Mr. Keyser in the principal's office," ...
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"Hands-on lessons"

"Our son is incredibly energetic, outgoing, and social. Stephanie and I knew when looking at schools that he would likely have difficulty sitting quietly at his desk for ...
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First grade: "The foundation of my entire education"

"From learning to read, to playing the recorder, first grade at Randolph left a lasting impact on me. Considering where my son would attend school was a no-brainer for ...
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Randolph Kindergarten: "What more could I want?"

As our admissions season for the 2015-16 school year gets underway, and the Class of 2028 (next year's Kindergartners!) is created, we asked alumni who are now ...
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The story of the student director

  • Robin Barr
  • 01.10.2014
  • Arts
When The Turn of the Screw opens on Halloween night, it will not be under the direction of drama teacher Connie Voight. Instead, student director Seth Watring '15 will ...
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Randolph Reunion Recap 2014

  • Lauren Mosley
  • 01.10.2014
  • People
On September 26 and 27, alumni representing classes from 1979 through 2014 came together to reconnect and reminisce with classmates, other graduates and faculty ...
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