The Randolph Journey

Fourth graders: the mirrors of a community

Fourth graders are balls of energy. One or two can cause a scene or earn some dirty glares in a public place, therefore we interns knew that 50 or so, in a hotel lobby, ...
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Become like a child

Sophomore Coner McFarlin was one of four Upper School students who served as trip interns to assist with the 4th grade trip to Williamsburg during our school's Interim ...
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Riding the college admissions roller coaster

Hold On To Your Hat! The college application process Dr. Barbara Long recently visited Randolph for a presentation to parents and students, sponsored by our College ...
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Heart and soul: Seniors leave their mark

On the brink of graduating and starting a new chapter in life, seniors have come together to honor their time at Randolph and leave their mark as the Class of 2015.   ...
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The art of anatomy: Willoughby Lucas Hastings '11

A panorama of Willoughby's artwork at The Little Green Store
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Art Comes Alive

Josh Martinez ’16 is passionate about two very different activities, theater and hockey.
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Nuisances welcome

Moving to third grade this year has been an amazing journey. Prior to teaching third, my experience was in first grade, and while I loved first grade for different ...
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Coach, teacher & friend

The weight room is fun when your friends are by your side
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Questions from the floor

At our Lower School Admissions Open House in January, Head of School Jay Rainey invited the parents in attendance to text their questions to the screen. He chose to take ...
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