The Randolph Journey

7thGradeRules

The Demise of the Demerit

“I don’t want to get them in trouble, but…” As an educator, I have heard this line hundreds of time from parents and students, even other teachers. It reflects a genuine ...
READ MORE

Change is brewing in Upper School Advisory

When I was living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia conversations between people often happened over a coffee ceremony that involved sitting and talking while the host had coffee ...
READ MORE

Randolph Athletics: introducing Blake Davenport

This summer has flown by for my family as I’m sure it has for yours. We look forward to moving into our new home and starting classes in our new school all in the same ...
READ MORE

What I learned from Cookies for Cops

You may have seen the story on al.com earlier in the year, of hundreds of chocolate chip cookies and smiling police officers. We asked the project's organizer, 11th ...
READ MORE

9 things our graduates take with them

Our seniors are ready to go, off to college, and into the rest of their lives. Our alumni tell us they feel they have been well prepared for the journey, but what ...
READ MORE