The Randolph Journey

Incredible people have problems, too

"When Eleanor Roosevelt was a small child her mom would call her ugly and tell her that she, the mother, was much more beautiful."
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What does student-centered really mean?

In the halls of the Middle School this year, you can’t help but overhear the phrase “student-centered” echoing in the classrooms. Since my arrival, I’ve been ...
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Owning it

Alabama’s own Helen Keller once said, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” On February 25, our Middle School students will embark on a daring adventure ...
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Long-Term ROI

If you were to calculate on a monthly basis the investment returns of every 30-year period in the history of the S&P 500 index since 1950 — from April 1956 to April ...
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Day of Service

At 305 8th Street by David Hillinck
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Popsicle Pythagoras

In a recent review of Theodore Sizer and Nancy Faust Sizer's The Students Are Watching, Randolph's own Adam Bernick observes that the authors "highlight the hypocrisy of ...
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Lillie Brown '13 returns to Kindergarten

  • Lauren Mosley
  • 04.02.2015
  • After
Lillie Brown '13 taught a lesson about fractions to Mrs. Bernick's Kindergarten class
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Are you ready for 9th grade?

“It’s kind of scary,” said one 8th Grade girl as we headed over to the Garth Campus. In February, 2015, Middle School Head Clay Elliott, then new to Randolph and the 7th ...
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