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XC Scottsboro Invitational

Cross Country competed this Saturday, September 22 at the 2018 edition of the Scottsboro Invitational in Scottsboro, AL. Close to 60 schools participated at this meet. As many of you know, this is a very important event, as it is our “pre-sectional” meet. Every team from our section championship/state qualifying meet was there. Those teams

Swim and Dive first meet at the Private School Invitational

Randolph’s Swim and Dive Team out did themselves last night in a meet against four other private schools in Madison. There were many personal best times of the season, along with more 6A-7A Sectional cuts made. Our three divers dove in their first high school competition and did it with a lot of confidence. All

Student Perspectives: Rose ’20 

Student Ambassador Rose ’20 shares what she sees as the benefits of extracurricular involvement. I never would have thought I’d be playing soccer back in 8th grade, but I tried out and fell in love with the sport. Ever since then, my love for soccer has increased. Playing soccer has improved my fitness as the

14th Annual Run in the Mud a huge success!

View photos online and many more in Vidigami. (Photo Cred Tomlinson and Xing) The Randolph Cross Country program competed this past Tuesday, September 18 at the 2018 edition of the Randolph Cross Country Classic (aka the Run in the Mud) at UAH.  More than 50 schools were entered in the 14th edition of the Mud

Raider Michaela Morard ’20 representing the USA

Randolph Raider Michaela Morard, (2020) competed in the 2018 World Junior Golf Championships this past week in Ottawa Canada.  Michaela was one of 3 junior girl players representing Team USA. Team USA had to comeback from a 11 stroke deficit the last 2 days and completed the 4 day tournament at a tournament record tying

Art comes to Athletics

Celebrate National Arts Week Randolph School once again served as a hub for the Huntsville community in celebrating National Arts in Education Week this September, 2018. In our second year, we feature Broadway’s longest running Phantom Franc D’Ambrosio for a night of Broadway music, 3D chalkvisual artist Tracy Lee Stum, and musical artists of Jazz

AHSAA By-laws every Raider needs to know.

As the Randolph athletic seasons begin, we thought a refresher in being a positive Raider fan and how this helps your athletes and their team mates might come in handy. Participating in Middle School and Upper School interscholastic athletics is not the same as youth leagues, travel ball, or all-star teams. It is pivotal that parents and fans know