The Randolph Journey

Pulling the Swing

At the beginning of the school year, the entire freshman class attends an off-campus retreat with administrators, advisors and a group of seniors, who help welcome the ...
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An interview with Coach Flanagan

When Nick Flanagan was named as Randolph's new head football coach this summer, he became the youngest head football coach in the state of Alabama.
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The demise of the demerit

“I don’t want to get them in trouble, but…” As an educator, I have heard this line hundreds of time from parents and students, even other teachers. It reflects a genuine ...
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Change is brewing in Upper School Advisory

When I was living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia conversations between people often happened over a coffee ceremony that involved sitting and talking while the host had coffee ...
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Saying thanks: Smitha Persaud '94

It is a Randolph tradition to have an alumni speaker at our summer inservice. Our alumni remind us of how very much the work we do with students matters. At the August ...
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Neri Oxman: a student perspective

By Katherine Ingram '16
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Randolph Athletics: introducing Blake Davenport

This summer has flown by for my family as I’m sure it has for yours. We look forward to moving into our new home and starting classes in our new school all in the same ...
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Neri Oxman: made me wonder

It is 3 a.m. and thoughts of Neri Oxman’s presentation are whirling through my head. Her work fascinated me, of course, but what is uppermost in my mind is a question ...
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To be a robot, or not to be a robot, that is the question

Our question should not be, “Will my child be able to get a job?” Our question should be, “Will my child be able to get a job worth having?” I had the opportunity ...
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