Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Seeking Truth, Building Character, Nurturing All.
Randolph School is a member institution of the National Association of Independent Schools and is actively in pursuit of the goal to be a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community in which every person is an equal, contributing member.
Our Commitment to Inclusivity
Randolph School is committed to fostering an inclusive, safe, and supportive learning environment that honors the dignity of all members of our community. The talents, differences, and perspectives of all members of our school family are both welcomed and respected. We believe that student growth and development is enriched by a school community where the presence of diverse perspectives and life experiences is vital in seeking truth, building respect and empathy, strengthening cultural competencies, and preparing our students to lead as global citizens.
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Randolph Teaching Fellowship Program
The Randolph Teaching Fellowship is a mentorship-based program that supports recent college graduates as they prepare for a career in education. Randolph is a community of learners and we welcome the opportunity to expand our teaching faculty to represent the diversity of our school and wider community. Learn more about the program.