Learn more about the PK-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
A Growth Mindset Highlighted During "Read Across Randolph: Blast Off with Books!"
Lower and Middle School Librarians, teachers, and staff collaborated for "Read Across Randolph", a month-long event to encourage PK-8 students to read more and have fun while doing it! Read more here.
Andrew Stewart '12 Returns to Randolph as the Featured Artist in Residence
Visual Art Faculty welcomed Andrew Stewart '12 to campus as the featured Artist in Residence. Stewart met with students and dedicated his original painting at the NAHS ceremony. Read more here.
Nine Randolph School Students Selected for All State & District I Honor Bands
Nine Randolph School students, an unprecedented number, have been selected for the District I Honor Band, All State Honor Band, or both. Read more here about this amazing accomplishent!
One Randolph: Lady Raiders Basketball Teams Return for a Special Reunion
Randolph Athletics held a reunion with former basketball players from 1978-1986, a successful period for the Lady Raiders led by Coach Leila Nabors. Read more here about this great example of "One Randolph" and building community.
Mary Catherine Nance Emphasizes Relationships in Her 2nd Grade Classroom
At Randolph, relationships are essential to our thriving school community. One shining example of that is in Mary Catherine Nance's 2nd grade classroom and her commitment to connecting with students. Read more here.
LEAD Randolph Leadership Development Program Launches with Inaugural Cohort
We understand the importance of investing in the professional growth of our faculty and staff. This summer, we welcomed the first cohort of LEAD Randolph, our leadership development program. Read more here.
Randolph Taught Me HOW to Think, Not WHAT to Think
Dr. Caroline Beitel Taylor '07, the featured alumni speaker for the 2022-23 school year, shares fond school memories and inspires faculty and staff to keep challenging and nurturing students. 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.
Kohler Damson '12: One Brick at a Time
Kohler Damson '12 was the featured speaker during the professional learning days for faculty and staff. The alumnus shared the lessons he learned during his time as a student. Read more here.
National Merit Recognition for the Class of 2022
Randolph is proud to have 8 students recognized as finalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. In addition, 4 Seniors were selected as National Merit Commended Scholars. Read more here.
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.
Juniors Share Reflections After Completing the I-Search Project
Each year, 11th grade students complete the I-Search Project, a research paper on a topic of their choosing. Several students offered their personal reflections on this project and how it has impacted them. Read more here.
Is It Dyslexia? How Do I Know? What's Next?
Early intervention is the key when addressing dyslexia. Without it, the reading gap between struggling readers and their peers continues to widen over time. Dr. Debbie Hargett, Head of Greengate School at Randolph, shares early signs of dyslexia and next steps for parents. Read more here.
Ask Greengate: A Q&A with Orton-Gillingham Tutor Kim Grissom
Kim Grissom is one of Greengate School at Randolph's Orton-Gillingham tutors, helping students develop the necessary reading and language skills. She answers common questions about the OG approach, the impact it has on students, and guidance for parents. Read more here.
What Is Dyslexia? The Learning Difference Explained
"Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference, which has no connection to an individual’s overall intelligence.”- Dr. Debbie Hargett, Head of Greengate School at Randolph. Learn more about dyslexia and the resources available to the community. Read more here.