The Randolph Journey

Not Your Average Education

How does your child measure up? How does your school measure up? Todd Rose, author of The End of Average, explains that no one is average. Not you. Not your kids. Not ...
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Tanuj Alapati '18: A Winning Equation

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 29.11.2017
  • math
By 10th grade, Tanuj Alapati ’18 had taken nearly every math class Randolph had to offer. Because he loves math, he continued to study, taking courses at UAHuntsville ...
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Compassion and Research: Stephanie Guthrie '03

When asked, “How did Randolph challenge you?”, alumna Stephanie Walters Guthrie replies, “I think the better question might be 'How did Randolph NOT challenge me?' Now ...
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Giving Tuesday: 8 Reasons to Invest in Randolph

Giving Tuesday is a global day of awareness and encouragement for people to support the non-profits that make a difference. We hope that everyone in our school community ...
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I Am Thankful for My Buddy

By Rhea Maladkar  '18, Head Ambassador At Randolph, the Kindergarten Buddy Program is a tradition that pairs up every senior with a kindergartner to be their buddy and ...
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Mr. Bonaker and the Independent School Connection

When I got the call from a family moving to Huntsville from Columbus, Ga., it turned out that there was a Randolph connection. When Dr. Rebecca McClellan found out that ...
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Mindfulness in the Screen Age

Digital technology, like any tool, is inherently neutral. It’s not until we use it that it becomes beneficial or harmful. As a hammer can either create or destroy, ...
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The Importance of a Teacher-Coach

It may not be a big surprise, but I always loved school. I loved the structure of the bells, I loved crossing out assignments in my planner, and I especially loved my ...
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Dr. Troseth Recommends

Anytime you give your baby or toddler screen time, you want to believe that the content will be beneficial in some way. But will it? And what exactly are babies and very ...
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Why a Student Visit Day Matters to Parents, Teachers and Kids

As we prepare for the season of student visits and a big visit day coming up this Friday, November 10, it's important to point out why a visit day is a valuable part of ...
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Why Under the Christmas Tree Is so Important

It’s that time of year again!  The Under The Christmas Tree Market starts this Friday and the Randolph Advancement, faculty, and staff elves are working hard to create a ...
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Babies and Technology: What's Best?

You hand your baby an iPad to watch a video. The technology is so intuitive. Your toddler loves to play educational games on your phone or ask Siri questions. Your child ...
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