Randolph Pride: It's Contagious
Randolph Township Schools is a district where students thrive. Our students are explorers, creators, innovators, and change makers. We have had so much to be grateful for and the high school in particular has had many reasons to celebrate this year. U.S. News ranked Randolph High School in the top 10% of all public schools nationally. We celebrated historic AP results with a passage rate of 95%, a record high 158 AP scholars, 15 National AP scholars, and 9 AP capstone diplomas. Many of our fall athletic programs are in qualification rounds for the state tournament with girls soccer in particular winning the Morris County Championship for the first since 2014. Our visual and performing arts programs continue to be amongst the best in the country offering cutting edge opportunities such as this fall’s production of the Tony Award winning musical You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Our students are truly amazing young people with the power and the capabilities to change the world.
We are beyond proud of our students’ talents and abilities, however Randolph students are also not afraid to show their love for learning and the success they have had. They celebrated their exceptional achievements by hosting Spirit Week to commemorate a great start to the school year. Today’s final pep rally was an opportunity for students to come together and showcase their Randolph Pride. From incredible performances by the dance team and the cheerleading squad to the Ram Olympics and 4x100 relay; it was a great day for students to end a wonderful week celebrating all of the successes they have been able to achieve together.
Spread Randolph Pride: It’s Contagious!