The Randolph Journey

The heart of our work

Grandparents and Special Friends Day is one of the happiest days of the school year, when we celebrate Randolph with some of our students' greatest cheerleaders. What ...
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College tours: Virginia Saft ’18

  I have spent my whole life in a community where the prospect of a college education was an assumption, and I have had little experience in schools with less affluent ...
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My redshirted kindergartner

Have you given your child the gift of time—that extra year before starting school—and now, after all the growth that has occurred over the last year, you find yourself ...
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Interim: Learning in the World

The week of Interim is adventurous, transformational, illuminating, unusual and a lot of fun. During the week of Interim, Randolph students are taking trips, both ...
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Dance: Hannah Stutts ’19

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 09.05.2017
  • art
   Hannah has been dancing since she was two-and-a-half, when her preschool teacher noticed her motor skills and suggested a class. Over the years, she has studied many ...
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Local knowledge: Coleman Martinson ’17 and Cal Shockley ’19

  Coleman and Cal are managers at the Greenwyche community pool. Coleman is the dive coach, Cal is an assistant swim coach: We grew up at the pool and looked up to the ...
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The Yellow Boat in uncharted waters

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 09.05.2017
  • Arts
Hospital art therapist (Alexa) works with Benjamin (David) in the Upper School's production of The Yellow Boat. Upper School drama students tackled a difficult topic ...
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Building and coding: Richard Davis ’18

Richard presenting his idea at the 2014 Randolph Challenge Mac or Lenovo? Neither. Richard Davis '18 built his own desktop computer when he was 12. "I've been using it ...
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Medical ethics: Sridhar Karne '18

Sridhar photographed by Ella McCary '17 Sridhar’s interest in science is year-round, from a challenging courseload to summer internships at ConversantBio and then at ...
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Independent filmmaking: Katie Kessler ’17

Katie photographed by Faith Meier ’17 My interest in film started in the 2nd grade. I saw something about how to make cool special effects, like cotton ball snow, ...
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Sketchnoting: Nayana Vuppala ’18

Nayana demonstrates sketchnoting with students at Randolph. Photo by Anna Grace Johnson '18. Freshman year in my history class, recalls junior Nayana Vuppala, we had so ...
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Ana Worthington '17: Poetry in motion

Ana found inspiration for her poetry through her Interim shadowing experiences. "My Independent Study brought together my passions for dance, writing, and medicine, ...
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Did I miss the deadline for tuition assistance?

Are you wondering if it's too late to apply for tuition assistance? The answer is no. In the Admissions Office this time of year, we are often asked it it's too late to ...
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Emmie Mayne '10: Making it

Emmie Mayne '10 was the only girl left on the Randolph robotics team at the end of the semester. She constantly filled the pages of her sketchbooks with drawings and ...
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Pursuit of knowledge: Eashaa Jampala ’17

Photograph by Zoe Pitsinos '18 The summer before junior year, recalls Eashaa Jampala ’17, when I would take AP English Language and Composition, Ms. Rossuck told us that ...
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