The Randolph Difference
When a new family first visits Randolph School, they are most struck by the sense of community that is evident across our campuses. Students being mentored by their teachers. Students working shoulder-to-shoulder on a project, athletic team, or in a play or concert. Students practicing the habits of mind and exercising the character traits critical to success in our modern world. At Randolph School, we are a dedicated learning community in which students are at the center.
A family’s decision to join Randolph School is a decision to join this community. It’s a commitment to our mission: Seeking Truth. Building Character. Nurturing All. For more than 60 years, Randolph School has successfully fulfilled its mission because of the commitment of the entire community – faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, grandparents, and many others – to ensuring that this mission comes alive for every child, every day.
I am proud to be both the Head of School and a parent in the Randolph community. I hope you take the time to truly get to know our community as we welcome all families who are interested in our School and its mission. Seeking Truth. Building Character. Nurturing All.
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