The Randolph Journey

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Inaugurating the Founders Key Award

In her long career at Randolph, Mary Shepard Hughes created a profound and long-lasting legacy. She will be honored and recognized at a reception on Saturday, October ...
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Student Perspectives: Rose '20

Student Ambassador Rose '20 shares what she sees as the benefits of extracurricular involvement. I never would have thought I’d be playing soccer back in 8th grade, but ...
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Student Perspectives: Ji Soo '20

Student Ambassador Ji Soo '20 on the benefits of doing a summer internship through Randolph Connect. At the end of my sophomore year at Randolph, I knew that I wanted to ...
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Finding Your Mom Network

As a mom, the hardest lesson I’ve learned so far is that Google is not my friend. I’m of a generation that trusted our teachers and our textbooks to teach us everything. ...
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Why Randolph: The Meaning of a Place

All summer long, my five-year-old, Amelia, woke up with one question. “Is it Kindergarten today?” Once she woke up twice, at midnight and 2 a.m., just to make sure she ...
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How to Raise Altruistic Children

Ask any parent what their hopes and dreams are for their children, and you will hear a lengthy list of goals, ranging from academics, athletics, college aspirations, ...
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5 Things to Stop Saying to Toddlers

Parents often ask our kindergarten teachers what they can do at home to ensure their child is ready for school. These conversations typically begin when the child turns ...
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