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Senior Michaela Morard Receives Invitation to Play in Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship

Randolph Senior (2020) Varsity Girl golfer Michaela Morard has received an invitation from The Augusta National Golf Club to play in the 2nd annual Augusta National Women’s Amateur Championship in Augusta Georgia March 29th thru April 5th 2020.   72 of the Top Women’s Amateurs from across the world began receiving invitations the 2nd week of January.  Invitations were sent to the Top 30 ranked Americans based on the

K-12 Open House

Thursday, January 16  6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Drake Campus, Grades K-8, 1005 Drake Avenue Garth Campus, Grades 9-12, 4915 Garth Road (Program at 6:15pm in the library) Whether your child is just starting out or seeks greater challenge, this is a great opportunity to learn what Randolph has to offer in academics, arts and athletics.

What Makes a Strong Athletic Program?

Check Our New Athletics eBook Randolph Athletics is on a mission. Our eBook is intended to serve as a free guide for any parent or guardian that desires to provide their child(ren) with a positive and balanced experience in organized sports. In it, you’ll learn more about: Randolph School’s approach to athletics. What’s involved for

Indoor Track Holiday Invite

   The Indoor Track and Field team kicked their season off this past weekend at the Holiday Invite, where the boys finished 2nd OA (only a few points behind Scottsboro!) and the girls finished 12th. Anahita Maleknia broke the indoor school record in the girls’ shot! View on Twitter. View full team results.  View Xing’s photos in Vidigami.

Building a Reputation

Randolph Athletics is on a mission! Our coaches are committed to helping student-athletes compete and succeed in sports, and support any student on their journey to self-discovery and develop a winning approach to life. Simon Yang ‘20 is just one example – scholastic, musical, but in his own words, “not confident in athletics.” Simon shares

Swim and Dive State Meet

Our nine swimmers scored in the top sixteen this weekend at the State Meet in Auburn. Our two divers scored in the top ten in diving. With the help of our divers, our girl’s team came in 18th out of thirty-two 6A-7A teams. The boy’s team came in 16th out of twenty-nine 6A-7A teams. In diving, Anna

Huntsville High’s Fall Brawl

Raider Wrestling started the 2019-20 season today at Huntsville High’s Fall Brawl tournament. Wyatt Wilson, Jackson Weglage, Celt Walsh(4th place), Gabe Evers, Alex Minchenko, Colin Dilworth(4th place),Tanner Wright(4th place), Carter Pollack, and Simon Krasnow(2nd place), performed admirably taking Randolph to an 8th place finish in a field of 18 teams. Coaches TJ Wright, Pete Varmette,

Holiday Hoops this Friday!

Come celebrate Holiday Hoops at this Friday night’s #GameDayOnGarth as Randolph basketball takes on Crossville High School. Come see Santa Claus and wear your best tacky holiday sweater for a chance to win Raider Gear gift cards during the varsity boys halftime.   Also, bring your Manna House donations for the Middle School drive and bring

2019 Fall Athletic Awards

Randolph Fall athletes were recognized during community time.  Congrats to all the players and teams on an outstanding season!  Fall Cheer and Swim & Dive will be recognized during the Winter Season.  Go Raiders! #RaiseTheR Cross Country Girls Most Valuable Player – Emma Hudson Pillar Award – Rachel Gann Coaches Award – Sophia White   Boys Most

Swim and Dive Sectionals

Randolph Swim and Dive Team was well represented at Sectionals in Huntsville. It was an outstanding meet for both our two divers and nineteen swimmers. Our women placed 8th out of eighteen teams in Division 6A-7A. Our men placed 6th out of fifteen teams in Division 6A-7A. This was no easy task. Their weeks of