The Randolph Journey

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Senior Speech: Seek Out Diversity

My name is Chase Guida, and I am allergic to peanuts. I bet you’re thinking “Aww man, poor guy’s never had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich before.”
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Senior Speech: The Value of a Single Friend

  • Abby Amis
  • 13.11.2019
  • Arts
It was the third Monday of freshman year and the first day of swim practice. I had expectations of lots of friends, but being new, I had yet to make a single one.
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Senior Speech: My Struggle with Procrastination

I struggle with procrastination. I often find myself choosing between doing some work a little early, and watching videos on YouTube. It seems like such an obvious ...
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Diary of a Senior: The Beginning to an End

It is currently my last year of high school. The majority of my peers, to no surprise, are over the moon about graduating. The idea of walking down Randolph School’s ...
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Kindergarten Readiness - 12 Ways to Prepare Your Child

  • Lower School Administrators & Teachers
  • 22.10.2019
  • Kindergarten
Veteran Randolph teacher Mary Jones has strong opinions about Kindergarten, calling it "the best part of school, the most important part of school." She explains that ...
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