Randolph Township Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Randolph, NJ. It has 4,935 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
Randolph Township Schools Rankings
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Randolph Township Schools Reviews
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!
Good school, okay academics. It really depends on how much work you put in. Some teachers are amazing and care a whole lot about their job and students. Others barely act like teachers let alone care for the kids. I wish there were more passionate teachers who actually taught for the kids who want to learn. Sports are a big part of RHS. It is a large school so it is generally easy to make friends, however kids can be snobby at times just because we are in Randolph after all. The school does a good job helping students prepare for college and making sure all their college materials are submitted. It is also pretty easy to get into classes that you want and switching them around. I liked this school and had a great experience here!
I like that Randolph offers a community like setting to the students who attend their schools. I also like that they offer us safe and fair facilities and encourage us to take part in the plethora of activities they have to offer. But, I would like to see some of the culture in Randolph change. I think that minorities can sometimes feel excluded by their peers. I would also like to see more funds go to the orchestra program! They have a lot of offer, but they don't have the facilities to play amazing music in.