Randolph Township Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Randolph, NJ. It has 4,698 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 53% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Randolph Township Schools Reviews
I like that Randolph schools have teachers that students can easily connect to and relate to. The teachers and students are interactive and always have something going on. The best thing about my experience in the High School is "Spirit Week". Spirit Week is one week in mid- October where each grade comes together to compete against other grades. We all dress up for different themes each day and most of our fundraising proceeds go to the school's student governments or a local family struggling. This year, a local police officer is battling cancer, so we raised money for him!
Randolph schools are excellent, I went to Fernbrook elementary school which is the most diverse school in this town. The diversity and the excellent education I received throughout my years in Randolph helped prepare me for my Carnegie Mellon experience. I played many sports throughout school and was involved in lots extra curricular clubs. Randolph also has a great music program, I played the sax until and was in marching band. Great town, great people, great staff and great schools!
I’ve lived in Randolph my whole life, and because of that my K-12 education has been through the district. While I find that the staff genuinely is passionate about the fields they teach and do want to see their students succeed, I cannot say the same about administration. That’s not to go and say that they’re completely disconnected and ignorant to what’s going on with students personally, but they fall short when it comes to understanding the issues students have and addressing them properly. Honors and AP classes are largely pushed onto students, mental illness in students is common, and substance abuse ranging from nicotine to harder drugs are common issues. It’s not a bad place to send a student, but it’s a district that attempts to seem more prestigious than it actually is.