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Upper School Awards Program

This past Friday the Randolph School held their annual Upper School Awards Program.  Each year three athletic awards are given out for excellence on and off the field.  Below are remarks from Athletic Director Blake Davenport from today’s ceremony. AHSAA BRYANT-JORDAN STUDENT ATHLETE AWARD AHSAA’s Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete Award recognizes two high school seniors from each

Randolph Signing Ceremony

On Friday, Randolph School gathered to celebrated the decisions of four senior student-athletes. Their hard work, determination and sacrifice away from the bright lights have led them to this day under the bright lights. They have earned the opportunity to further their education and athletic passion beyond high school and we’re honored to be here

Raiders selected for All Region in Football

Randolph is excited to announce 6 Raiders selected to the All Region Team in football.  These five seniors and one junior were exceptional on and off the field. Every one of these guys are very deserving of the recognition they have received. It’s each of their first times being named to the all region team. – Coach

Raiders wrapping up regular fall season and looking towards Playoffs and State

Football Raiders wrapped up their regular season last Friday night with a victory.  With the leadership of the teams eight seniors, #18 Luke Alison, #21 Rhett Block, #2 Graham Copeland, #53 Chase Hammett, #52 Winston Kelly, #13 JB Stockton, #76 David Strickland, and #55 Fletcher Wilson, Randolph finished their regular season with a 7-3 record,

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, 

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