The Randolph Journey

Freedom & Hanukkah

At Randolph, I am free to be Jewish, writes Anna Block '15.
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"Grateful to the Last"

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and this year, as my family and I begin to say farewell to Randolph, it’s not at all hard to name what I know I’ll miss most about ...
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It's about the journey: the myth of a first choice college

A November sunset illuminates the spire of Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago.
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School Culture & Relationships: A bowl of potatoes

When juniors in the three sections of AP Language and Composition talked about the experience of being at Randolph, there were a lot of references to food as being ...
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"Stars and Stripes Forever"

I always hope that Randolph Band concerts can be more than simply a display of student progress. I want them to be community events, where we celebrate friends, ...
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High Expectations: Blueberries

In 6th grade, writes Hannah Byers '15, my homeroom/science teacher kept a marble jar for each of his classes. Next to those jars there was a huge bucket of marbles. The ...
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Early-Start Wednesdays

The things "late-start Wednesday" makes possible! (posted by a Randolph parent)
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Freedom & High Expectations: Cross country

In honor of the Randolph boys' 9th consecutive state championship, here are two pieces of writing from AP Language & Composition about the experience of being on the ...
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High Expectations: Go beyond

When I was a freshman, we would always have to analyze a quote from the book we were reading for English class, writes Nandini Chakrabarty '15.
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La liberté

When AP Language and Composition students wrote about freedom, one of the four attributes to be featured in our next admissions viewbook, three cited their Interim trip ...
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Relationships: "Sauce Boss" & Pop-Tarts

Nick Webb '15 writes: Last year, I went on the Interim Habitat trip to Maryville, Tennessee. I was not looking forward to the six-and-a-half hour bus ride, but that ...
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