Randolph School

Prepare to Create

Woven into each grade’s curriculum, the arts influence the intellectual, cultural, and creative growth of each Randolph student. Our emphasis on process and expression challenges students to discover their own creative spirits and voices.

Theatre Randolph Presents:
Little Women

Spring 2024 Musical

Louisa May Alcott’s beloved story is brought to life in Little Women, performed by Upper School students. Set during and after the Civil War, the story tells of the four March sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy.

With buoyant, joyful melodies, memorable characters, and a big-hearted message, Little Women reminds us that, “sometimes when you dream, your dreams come true.”

Get your tickets and join us for performances on April 11, 12, and 14.

A strong arts program is essential for children to grow intellectually, culturally, and creatively.

At the heart of the Randolph curriculum are the three pillars of a balanced education: academics, arts, and athletics. Students quickly find themselves immersed and engaged in our campus community.

Kindergarten students begin by exploring line, shape, color, and texture, the tools through which the language of art develops. As our students grow and master the fundamentals, they move toward more personal expression. They may join the band or choir, or they may take courses in art history, painting, drawing, two-dimensional and three-dimensional art, ceramics, photography, and theater.

Randolph offers a sophisticated AP program for juniors and seniors where they may produce their own design portfolios. Whatever the artistic journey, students emerge with greater insights into themselves and see a new consciousness of the creative forces that shape our world and its cultures.

A Glimpse Into the Randolph Journey

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