Randolph Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Randolph, MA. It has 2,904 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
Randolph Public Schools Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Randolph Public Schools
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- A70 Students
- A+62 Students
- B55 Students
- A+54 Students
- C+34 Students
- B-31 Students
- B+28 Students
- A+27 Students
- B+24 Students
- B24 Students
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Teachers in First/Second Year
Randolph Public Schools Reviews
I like the welcome atmosphere and the diverse of people live around and the kids who attend to Randolph Public Schools. However, there are a lot of things I want to change such as the social life, the environment, the opportunities, and the foods. First, social life and the environment here is not very good for children to express their best abilities to become greater which I think they should receive something's better than they are having now. As my little sister attends to an elementary school in Randolph, she does not feel happy about her friends and all people around her. Because, she thinks people are not really wise and have much knowledge as she would ask for. She always wants my family moves her to a better school with smart kids and wise teachers so she can do things much happier. That was I understand about my sister complaining.
I loved attending Randolph Public Schools! Everyone was so friendly with each other and the teachers were very helpful when it came to the students. They wanted each student to succeed and helped them when they needed it.
I was a new student to Randolph High. I also stuck out like a sore thumb, as I was raised in very different culture. If I were to describe the student life at RSH I would use the word raw. The class discussions held no bounds and student expressed their raw and untouched opinion. It was refreshing to have class discussions that were not sensitive to "hurt feelings." I almost learned more from the student life and interactions at RHA than I did in any classroom from any other school.