Randolph School

Join us for a fun-filled summer!

The Randolph Summer Program is open to any student interested in academic enrichment, extraordinary opportunities, and just plain fun! Classes are taught by Randolph faculty, staff, and coaches. All camps are open to the general public. You do not need to be a Randolph student to attend.

We offer courses that will not only strengthen academic acumen, but inspire creativity and innovation. Our program will expose children to challenging academic, arts and athletic programs in ways that excite the imagination.

Our multi-level, multi-dimensional approach is designed to reach each age group at varying levels of skill. We know that the children who attend will have different gifts and different ways of expressing themselves. This diversity of talents will be accommodated so that each child can enjoy their summer experience. Your child will participate in an interactive environment that challenges them to apply their learning to an activity that involves critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity.

 

2021 Randolph Summer Programs

Thanks for your interest in Randolph’s Summer Programs. In an effort to manage the health and safety of our campers and instructors, Randolph has restructured its summer program. Students will now attend full day experiences and stay in small groups throughout the day. With that, space is limited and current and future Randolph students will have the opportunity to register first. If openings remain, we hope to offer registration to the wider community after Spring Break (April 5th).

As part of Greengate Services, which are open to the community and not limited to students enrolled at Greengate School at Randolph, this year's Summer Reading Program is being offered to both current and future Randolph students and the wider community. Get more information and register for Greengate School at Randolph's Summer Reading Program.

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