The Randolph Difference
I feel fortunate to be a part of Randolph School and the wider Huntsville community. For 60 years, Randolph has shaped the lives of young people to make a difference. With a program that encourages critical thinking and character education, as well as its merger with Greengate, Randolph is an education leader. The intention that goes into building community here is so phenomenal! I'm excited to join the passionate and talented faculty and staff, and to partner with them as Randolph inspires others to enrich their families, communities, the nation, and the world.
As the institution evolves to meet the needs of students amid the COVID-19 pandemic and fulfill its commitment to building a more diverse, equitable and inclusive community, I’m approaching the coming months with confidence. Now that we have time to plan, put the technology pieces in place, provide additional support and training for teachers and students, I’m optimistic about how successfully we can make that transition back to school in the fall.
Knowing that Randolph School is built on connection, planning is underway to make sure that we can provide a safe experience on campus for students and if necessary, move back into a virtual learning model or hybrid model. In schools, you’re always working at a crossroad of cultures. You’re working in this realm of intellectual and creative possibility and it’s always there. That’s what I love about working in schools. It’s just the most inspiring thing to do.
- Adam Dubé, Head of School
About Adam Dubé
Adam Dubé joined Randolph School in 2020 from Columbia Independent School (CIS) in Columbia, Missouri, where he served as Head of School since 2013. Mr. Dubé holds a B.A. from The University of Missouri and an M.A. in Education Leadership from the highly regarded Klingenstein Center at Columbia University. Mr. Dubé has extensive independent school experience both domestically and abroad, serving as a teacher, admissions representative, education coordinator, and middle and upper school director, prior to his role as Head of School at CIS.
His leadership at CIS is highlighted by a strong emphasis on academic excellence, character development, global perspectives, a robust learning support system, the education of the whole child, and hiring and developing outstanding faculty. Under his leadership, CIS experienced annual increases in enrollment, the design and funding of a Center for Inspiration, Innovation and Investigation, and an expansion of arts and athletics facilities. Prior to his career as an educator, Mr. Dubé served for four years in the United States Marine Corps.
"Adam is an energetic, thoughtful, and effective school leader. He is known for his strategic vision, commitment to excellence, impeccable integrity, and strong relationships with students, faculty, parents and school leaders.”
MARSHALL SCHREEDER, JR. '96, CHAIR, BOARD OF TRUSTEES