Learn more about the K-12 journey from students and educational experts at the only NAIS accredited independent school in the Huntsville Metropolitan Area.
A Glimpse Into The Randolph Journey
Philanthropic Leader Feature: Jean and Jerre Penney
The vision, leadership, and generosity of Jean and Jerre Penney has made our Drake campus brighter and happier. Jean and Jerre Penney, who have been part of the Randolph School community since 1986, are featured in a new series highlighting philanthropic leaders. Read more here.
Jump-Starting My Career with an Internship at Randolph
“It’s sometimes hard to see the real Randolph Difference as a student. Now, as an alum, I could not be more thankful for it." Lauren Richardson ’16 shares more about her summer internship with the Office of Institutional Advancement. Read more here.
The Legacy Project: Students, Creativity, and Art Come Together
The Classes of 2024 and 2025 come together to create their Legacy Project, a collaborative art project that is developed entirely by students. See the unique creation that will be added to the vibrant displays in the Middle School. Read more here.
Why I Chose to Send My Son to Randolph
Micca Strong reflects on the decision to join the Randolph School community five years ago and the three reasons her son, Nic Strong ’23, was convinced that the Raider Nation is where he belonged. Read more here.
The Changing College Landscape & What to Expect
What is the Value of a Randolph Education?
Denzel Okinedo ’12, this year's featured alumni speaker, answers this question in great detail in his speech to faculty and staff preparing for the start of the 2020-21 school year. Watch or read the full speech.
Dr. Pam Hudson Receives Christine Ray Richard Award
Dr. Pam Hudson receives the Christine Ray Richard Outstanding Service Award, which is given annually to someone who, like Christine, spent 15 or more years in service of Randolph School. Read more here.
A New Philosophy: Patient Reading is Patient Thinking
Resources Abound for Alumni to Stay Connected
12 Ways to Prepare for Kindergarten
2021 Senior Speech Series
Senior Speech: You Are Worth It, No Matter What
Senior Speech: My Idea of a Strong Person
Senior Speech: Living in the Here and Now
Senior Speech: Hard Work Is Always Worth It
Senior Speech: Discovering My Voice
Senior Speech: Taking Risks and Finding Happiness
Senior Speech: Little Tables
Marko Milenkovic ’21 urges his peers to seek out spaces where they can discuss issues with people who both agree with them and those who have widely differing perspectives. Watch or read the full speech.
Senior Speech: Perception
Senior Speech: This, I Believe
Senior Speech: What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?
Emma Hudson '21 reflects on her time as a student-athlete and member of the volleyball team and shares what she's learned about family, work ethic, and self-advocacy as a result. Watch or read the full speech.
Senior Speech: Embrace Your Identity
Sarah Kate Childs '21 opens up about her journey to discover her interests and passions and issues a challenge to her peers to embrace the identities of others in our community. Watch or read the full speech.
Senior Speech: What Will You Do in College?
Jack Johnson '21 offers an alternative question for high school students to ask themselves in preparation for college to help them approach the application process with confidence. Watch or read the full speech.
Senior Speech: What I've Learned About Racism
Senior Speech: Finding & Building Your Family
Emma Gold '21 reflects on her time as a student-athlete and member of the volleyball team and shares what she's learned about family, work ethic, and self-advocacy as a result. Watch or read the full speech.