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Difference-Maker: Mark Salster, more than a coach

We have a number of Randolph employees whose work makes a difference to the quality of the School environment and the student experience. Mark Salster, Director of Facilities and Grounds, is one of Randolph’s Difference-Makers. What do you do? Byron [Hulsey, Former Head of School] described me as “The Doer.” Whatever the request or task, 

Raiders crowned Huntsville City Champions at the Metro Meet

The Randolph Cross Country program competed this Tuesday, October 17 at the 2018 edition of the Huntsville Metro Cross Country Championships held in Madison, AL. There were 16 teams participating at this event, all from Madison County. This is a very competitive race with all teams wanting to be crowned champions. The meet was scored

Grissom Invitational

Despite the fact that Randolph’s swimmers and divers were out of the water over Fall Break, several athletes placed in the top eight, made a 6A-7A State Cut/Sectional Cut, and swam a best time or close to it last night in the Grissom Invitational Swim and Dive Meet. Congratulations to our swimmers and divers for

Lake Guntersville Invitational

On Saturday, October 6th, 2018, the Randolph Cross Country boys competed at the 2018 edition of the “Lake Guntersville Invitational” in Guntersville, AL.  The Randolph cross country program only had the boys competing at this meet. HIGHLIGHT: Lee Thomas finishes 7th overall, gets the shirt, and leads the boys to a 4th place overall team

Raider Molly Gillikin ’19 Rowing Nationally

Randolph has several student-athletes who compete for their school, but then there are some who participate and excel in various sports outside of school.  Molly Gillikin is one of those student-athletes.  Molly spent a month in Boston this past summer, after being accepted into the competitive youth summer program at Community Rowing Inc.  Molly then competed in

Diary of a Senior: School Spirit

The month of September was a time full of challenge and coming together as a community. One prime example is the emergence of the Senior Speech program. Jeanne Hillinck teaches seniors how to develop and deliver speeches under a common theme. The only rule of the speech is that it fits the mold of “This

XC Cold Springs Kudzu Hills Invitational

On Saturday, September 29, the Randolph Cross Country program competed at the 2018 edition of the Cold Springs Kudzu Hills Invitational in Bremen, AL. The Randolph cross country program had athletes in four different divisions.  View Photos on Vidigami. HIGHLIGHT: Trophy for Varsity Girls (third place). Claire Deaton and Zach Takacs finished 2nd in their

Raiders with a super showing at the Panther Invitational

Randolph’s Swim and Dive Team had a super showing at the Panther Invitational Swim and Dive Meet last Thursday night.  We had six  swimmers, six relays , and three divers place in the top eight.  Cal Shockley and Ethan Wan swam their first individual 6A-7A State Cuts of the season.  Several swimmers swam their best