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.

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

The Lower School has a fulltime counselor who supports the individual needs of students and parents and provides classroom support. We also have a full time registered nurse who can support short- and long-term health issues.

If you have questions about any aspect of our program, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can browse our curriculum here or contact the Admissions Office to schedule a visit.

Cindy Shaw
Head of Lower School
By the time a child leaves 4th grade, he or she:

Demonstrates self-confidence, self-control, responsibility and respect for others, self, school and community.

Exhibits an eagerness to learn and to ask questions, and a positive attitude about school that includes an expectation for support and a sense of belonging.

Develops healthy relationships with peers and adults, relating to others with kindness and empathy.

Displays effective learning skills and study habits that include good listening, organization, creativity and self-reflection.

Takes academic risks in a safe, supportive environment.

Understands the importance of teamwork and that all choices result in consequences.

Values community service.

Realizes results come from effort.