The Randolph Journey

Hope and happiness

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 01.05.2015
  • art
The Youth Leadership Council (YLC) proposed a project to create an artwork to sell as a fundraiser for Huntsville Hospital’s Pediatric Oncology Department. The students ...
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When Mr. Light Beam met Iris

Randolph 1st graders have been working on a project meshing art and science based on how we see color and where it comes from. We began by discussing the necessity of ...
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Welcome, Class of 2019

As the Upper School prepares for the arrival of next year’s 9th grade class, I am excited about the preparations that are going on. In my role as the Dean of 9th and ...
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In Praise of the Class of 2015

Middle School Head Polly Robb gave the address at the 2015 Cum Laude Society induction ceremony on April 7. These are her remarks. I think of you, the Class of 2015, ...
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12 reasons why kindergarten matters!

By Cindy Shaw, Lower School Head, and Laurel Shockley, Assistant Lower School Head
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17 reasons to Get Excited About Garth!

With the end of the school year in sight, our 8th grade students may be wondering more and more about what next year holds for them. Their moving up visit day in January ...
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Learning in our own backyard

  • Jane Daniel
  • 01.04.2015
  • AAIS
"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn." - John Cotton Dana Randolph is a place that celebrates learning. Our educational philosophy highlights the aspects of ...
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Eureka! A week in an artist colony

The creative process requires periods of intense concentration; interaction and feedback; and relaxation and renewal. Our Interim Trip to the Writers' Colony in Eureka ...
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