Randolph School

At Randolph, learning is a process, not
a destination.

From the moment our students begin their educational journey at Randolph we are preparing them for the future, cultivating a love of learning that will serve them well throughout their schooling and in life, and building relationships that will support and sustain them as they move through the School and beyond.

Our Kindergarten through 4th grade classes provide a learning environment in which we focus on the needs of the whole child, nurturing creativity, supporting natural curiosity, and teaching foundational habits of heart and mind.

 

We strive to uncover the potential in every student.

Our research-based curriculum offers a developmentally appropriate learning experience that allows for differentiation of curriculum. We hire extraordinary teachers who are lifelong learners, whose love of learning permeates their classrooms. Our art, music, computer science, science lab, world language, library, and physical education classes are taught by specialist teachers who love their subjects and impart their enthusiasm to their students.

Why It's Great to Be 8 at Randolph

Choices

In 3rd grade, students choose a World Language, French or Spanish, to pursue fluency. Interactive assignments, cultural activities, and games help them understand and speak a different language.

Hands-On Learning

Lessons are tangible and lively, like STEM challenges in the design lab and learning about the life cycle of chicks through hatching eggs in the classroom.

Athletics

Students can participate in select athletic programs that interest them and get support to build their skills.

Arts & Activities

Students are given the opportunity to join the Young Voices Choir and hand-chimes along with garden club, book club and several others.

"The study habits I developed and ability to form professional relationships made the transition to West Point much simpler."

BLAKE '19

"The Randolph community is a close-knit one, where students of all ages come out and support each other."

DAVID '19

"Our teachers are not just teachers, they become mentors."

EVE SCHOENROCK '18

"Randolph has a very warm environment with a focus on community."

BANKSTON CREECH '18

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