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Randolph High School is devoted to excellence in teaching. Our faculty foster engaged learning and provide students with opportunities to discover their passions. Every student at Randolph High School is recognized as a unique individual working towards their purpose. We educate the whole child by offering students a wide array of programs, specialized services, extracurricular activities and challenging courses in STEM, the Visual and Performing Arts, Family and Consumer Sciences, World Languages, the Humanities, School Counseling and Transitional programs. In addition, Randolph High School students are afforded the opportunity to take Dual Enrollment courses with The County College of Morris and other higher education institutions in New Jersey. Our rigorous curriculum, which includes 30 Advanced Placement courses, is facilitated by faculty who foster intellectual discovery in a collaborative, supportive environment. Each course is immersive, driving every student to engage in thoughtful discourse and inquisition. 

Randolph High School faculty and staff care deeply for students as they follow various pathways and pursuits. Our students all have access to readily take advantage of an array of sports, clubs, activities and leadership opportunities. There truly is something for everyone at Randolph High School! No matter what path an individual chooses, students graduate with the skills they need to thrive in an ever changing world.

Randolph High School is Nationally Recognized for College Success

The GreatSchools.org College Success Award recognizes and celebrates public high schools across the country that excel at helping students enroll and succeed in college. In 2021, 1,838 schools from 25 states won the annual College Success Award. In addition to winning this year's annual Award, Randolph High School has also been selected as one of only 1,770 schools across the nation to win the inaugural College Success Award - Gold — an additional, elevated level of distinction to recognize schools that have a multiyear track record of college success. Awardees are selected based on available college preparation and postsecondary data provided by each state.

Learn more about the Award and this year’s #Gold category here:

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Mission & Values

The mission of Randolph High School is to create challenging opportunities that promote intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth for all learners; to develop life-long learning skills and positive habits of mind to encompass self-worth, ethics, individual thought, leadership, service, and citizenship; to recognize the influence of the arts (fine/performing/practical) as a reflection of humanity; to embrace diversity; and to make positive contributions to society.

These goals will be accomplished through a partnership among the students, teachers, guidance counselors, support staff, administrators, parents, and community through a variety of curricular, co-curricular/extra-curricular, and community activities.

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