How to Reach Us During the Campus Closure
We are glad you landed on the Admission page! There is so much that we can do even though we are working off-campus. Since our application is online, we can complete almost all of the checklist items by telephone, Skype and uploading of required documents. We want to talk with you! E-mail and call us:
- Glynn Below, 256-799-6104
- Kelly Emerson, 256-799-6167
- Samantha Blackburn, 256-799-6103
- Meade Davis, 256-929-2399
- Judy Sweatman, 256-799-6192
Our response time may be a bit delayed since we are working remotely but your communications are important to us! We look forward to talking with you and starting or continuing the admission process.
Are You Ready for More?
We are looking for the very best students and the most supportive families from wide-ranging backgrounds with an eagerness to learn and contribute to our community and programs. We offer a student-centered learning environment for developing strong character, moral leadership, and courageous habits of heart and mind. If this is the kind of school experience you want, let's talk.
Take a Virtual Tour of Our Campuses
Randolph School is an energetic and exciting place for students to learn, teachers to thrive, and families to be embraced. We invite you to take our virtual tours to get a glimpse into what our school environment is like, learn about our programs, and connect with our admission team while they’re temporarily working off campus.
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What's the Randolph Difference?
At the heart of the Randolph curriculum are the three pillars of a balanced education: academics, arts, and athletics. Students quickly find themselves immersed and engaged in our campus community. Visit us to immerse yourself in the Randolph community to understand what makes this an exceptional investment for your family.
Whether it is the bonds formed by Kindergarten/Senior buddies, the energy of the Middle School House system, a pre-collegiate experience at the Garth campus, the Greengate division work through Orton-Gillinham, or the relationship a student and teacher maintain across the divisions, Randolph students are engaged in daily opportunities to build lifelong connections.
As a member institution, Randolph School is committed to the principles of diversity as stated by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). In that spirit, Randolph School does not discriminate in violation of the law on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, sexual orientation, age, physical challenge, nation of origin, gender, or any other characteristic.