The Randolph Journey

Learning in our own backyard

  • Jane Daniel
  • 01.04.2015
  • AAIS
"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn." - John Cotton Dana Randolph is a place that celebrates learning. Our educational philosophy highlights the aspects of ...
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Incredible people have problems, too

"When Eleanor Roosevelt was a small child her mom would call her ugly and tell her that she, the mother, was much more beautiful."
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What does student-centered really mean?

In the halls of the Middle School this year, you can’t help but overhear the phrase “student-centered” echoing in the classrooms. Since my arrival, I’ve been ...
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Green screen dreams

  • Deborah (Silvia) Brink
  • 04.12.2014
  • 1st grade
Third graders visit Randolph House to conduct Dream Jar interviews.
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The loved ones

By Katy Shoemake '15 Other people’s illnesses have intrigued me since I was very young. Seeing someone suffer hurts me and makes me want to do everything I can to help ...
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