2016 Strategic Plan | Randolph's 2020 Vision

In August 2016, Randolph’s Board of Trustees approved a new strategic plan, Randolph’s 2020 Vision. The goal of the plan is to provide individualized, unique and challenging learning experiences that maximize opportunity for students and lifelong value for families.

A Randolph education is expensive, and we recognize the significant investment that our families make to ensure that we are a national-class school providing outstanding teachers, learning experiences, and opportunities to our students.

This plan is based on market and focus group research conducted during the 2014-15 school year and work done in 2015-16 school year by our trustees, faculty and staff to reflect upon and address those findings and recommendations.

Randolph’s 2020 Vision has four objectives, described below. 
Next Steps
Plans are composed of objectives, goals, strategies and measures, but the excitement in a plan is what the School actually will do as a result and the way it will operate in the years ahead. A new initiative to create a database of speakers and mentors, Randolph Connect, is part of a strategy to address components of all four objectives.

Exceptional learning opportunities occur every day at Randolph, and these objectives reflect, to a great extent, the efforts that are already underway in many areas of the School’s program. But we know we can do more, with greater coordination, integration, and cohesion. We look forward to the challenge of ensuring that the students in our care are provided with learning opportunities that only Randolph can offer in our market.

As we look forward to the future, Randolph’s tradition of academic excellence continues, we are committed to ensuring that the depth and breadth of experiences provided at Randolph continues to instill in our students the intellectual curiosity, problem-solving skills, and emotional intelligence needed to find success and fulfillment in a rapidly changing world.
AT RANDOLPH, we believe students are worlds of potential, not just receivers of instruction. Nurturing this potential means educating the whole child. It means surrounding every student with extraordinary opportunities, in academics, athletics and the arts, to explore possibilities, to uncover talents and to let those talents shine.