The Randolph Journey

The Case for Diversity in Middle School

The most fundamental challenge that middle school students face is that of defining and understanding their own identities. These are critical years for figuring out who ...
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Art and Science: Rebecca Vander Veer ’10

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 12.09.2017
  • Arts
By the time this is published, Rebecca Vander Veer ’10 may have had malaria… again, but she seems unperturbed by the possibility. She explains that she will be taking ...
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Alumni in the Arts: Courtney Penney Allen ’97

  • Rebecca Moore
  • 31.08.2017
  • Arts
“What I remember most about my art experience at Randolph was the freedom to explore a variety of methods and styles,” says Courtney Penney Allen ’97, one of the four ...
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Why the Middle Years are so Important

Early in my career, a 6th grade student of mine said, with some consternation, “Why are my friends like different people every day?”   I recall it so clearly because it ...
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Convocation: Strange Symmetry

This week, the Classes of 2018 and 2030 will participate in Opening Convocation. Convocation marks the beginning and the conclusion of the Randolph journey, and is one ...
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