The Randolph Journey

John O’Sullivan: Changing the Game

In collaboration with Huntsville City Council President Mark Russell and the Huntsville Sports Commission, Randolph had the opportunity to host two presentations by ...
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The best things in life are free

Throughout this year, the very first of my tenure at Randolph, I have received dire warnings about graduation. “The heat!” people have admonished me. “Prepare to be ...
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The painting of the poles

Windham Hunter '16, incoming SGA President, offered these closing remarks at the Upper School Awards ceremony this morning. Congratulations to everyone on their awards ...
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Capstone 2015: The Federal Reserve

By Will Hassell '15
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Capstone 2015: Spanish and Arabic poetry

By Mustafa Hassoun '15 When I told Señora Perry, that I wasn’t planning to take the Capstone class, she was incredulous. After seeing the presentations from last year’s ...
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Capstone 2015: Modern architecture

By Collin Rene ’15 When I was 12, I went to my grandparents’ new house in Norway. They had moved there from a house on a beach; I was sad about that at first because I ...
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How we learn

“What is the balance we must find between the virtual world and our real-life personas?” asked 11th grade student McKenzie Sanders. “Why do we dream, and how do our ...
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Capstone 2015: The Life and Art of Van Gogh

By Noel Estopinal '15 I think my interest in Van Gogh goes back to the sunflowers we painted in Mary Jones’ class in Lower School.  He always struck me as the epitome of ...
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Capstone 2015: A Discussion of Humanity

By Seth Watring '15 My Capstone project is basically a comparative examination of communism versus capitalism, and although I’ve longed railed against the imperialistic ...
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Dive into summer reading

Cover image from "The Breadwinner" by Deborah Ellis
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Random Acts of Kindness at CASA

  • Robin Barr
  • 07.05.2015
  • art
If you are planning to attend CASA of Madison County's "A Night in the Garden" event, you will enjoy listening to Randolph musicians. The backdrop against which they ...
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9 things Middle School teachers want you to know

  • Polly Robb
  • 07.05.2015
  • family
Last summer, my husband and I boarded a plane to Florida on a visit to see his mother. We found our seats in the exit row and were surprised to see a young adolescent ...
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What I learned from Cookies for Cops

You may have seen the story on al.com earlier in the year, of hundreds of chocolate chip cookies and smiling police officers. We asked the project's organizer, 11th ...
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9 things our graduates take with them

Our seniors are ready to go, off to college, and into the rest of their lives. Our alumni tell us they feel they have been well prepared for the journey, but what ...
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Upon reflection: Why do SLCs matter?

By Jerry Beckman, Clay Elliott, Ryan Liese, James Maguire, Jennifer Ragsdale, Polly Robb,  Cindy Shaw, and Laurel Shockley 2nd graders show 1st graders how to make movie ...
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