The Randolph Journey

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How to Apply for Tuition Assistance at Randolph School

If you’ve made it to this blog post, you’re likely seriously considering how to afford Randolph’s tuition. We know it’s expensive, but it’s worth it. If Randolph is the ...
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Meet the Ambassadors: Tanuj '18

Starting in 7th grade, students can apply to work with our Admissions Office as Ambassadors. Our Ambassadors serve as hosts for prospective student visit days and at ...
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Meet the Ambassadors: Anna Grace '18

Starting in 7th grade, students can apply to work with our Admissions Office as Ambassadors. Our Ambassadors serve as hosts for prospective student visit days and at ...
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Let's Talk about the Admissions Process at Randolph School

You've considered Randolph and now you'd like to move forward with the application process.  How long does it take?  How do we determine if it's the right school for us? ...
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Learn about Tuition Assistance at Randolph School

Need-based tuition assistance ensures that Randolph can offer the best education possible to anyone.  We rely on this tool to allow students of any socioeconomic ...
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Meet the Ambassadors: Nayana '18

Starting in 7th grade, students can apply to work with our Admissions Office as Ambassadors. Our Ambassadors serve as hosts for prospective student visit days and at ...
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How Does Randolph Challenge 1st Graders?

1st Grade is different than Kindergarten, and it should be!   While the curriculum is a little deeper and broader and expectations increase, we work hard to infuse the ...
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How to Challenge Your 1st Grader

First graders are curious but they don't have to be the only ones asking questions. Open-ended questions are a fun way to get some insight into how your child thinks ...
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What Will 1st Grade be Like?

With Kindergarten in the books, you may be wondering how your child will do when he or she starts 1st grade. Will your child be ready? Will he or she be bored? Will the ...
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4 Things You Need to Do Before You Start Kindergarten

  Before my oldest child started kindergarten a good friend of mine gave us some great tips and some much needed 5-year-old school training. As an educator, she had seen ...
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12 Reasons to Choose Randolph for Kindergarten

By Cindy Shaw, Lower School Head, and Laurel Shockley, Assistant Lower School Head
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Summer Learning on the Go

With the prospect of summer vacation, many parents ask us how they can help support and develop their children's literacy and numeracy skills. Laurel Shockley, ...
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How to Make the Most of Summer

The summer of 2013, as we rolled out a redesigned Randolph summer program, I had to pinch myself. My daughter Collette had just finished kindergarten. I had a mental ...
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Choose Challenge for your Kindergarten Child

When you are trying to decide where your child will attend Kindergarten, you are looking for a place where your child will be safe and happy, but also where they will ...
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What Happens at a Kindergarten Admissions Assessment?

When you first start to explore options for your child's education, you are evaluating schools on their strengths and abilities to best meet the needs of your child. ...
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Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten?

As you toured preschools, did you find yourself wondering if and how they would prepare your child for starting school? Now that the day has arrived, or draws near, you ...
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No Apology Needed

Attending Baccalaureate and Commencement for the past two years has been even more meaningful for me, as I recognize names, faces, and recall fond memories from years ...
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Salutatory Address: Liddy Malone' 17

Liddy Malone '17 gave the Salutatory Address at Baccalaureate A couple days after I found out I had to write a speech, Bishop Kee Sloan gave the sermon at my sister’s ...
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Parenting in Uncertain Times

Although I am a career educator, as I think about my 5-year-old starting Kindergarten next year, I’m amazed at the uncertainty surrounding his future. When noted ...
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Mary Kathryn Martinson ’12: Designing a Career

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 11.06.2017
  • Arts
By Cathie M. Mayne (P ’08, ’10) Randolph alumna Mary Kathryn Martinson’s artistic talent just comes naturally.  “My grandmothers are artists,” she smiles. “They both sew ...
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To the Class of 2017: It's You We Like

When I, and your parents, were young, a Presbyterian minister named Fred Rogers hosted a popular television series for preschool-aged children called “Mister Rogers’ ...
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