One hundred and three years ago, Randolph Heights opened its doors as a model school. Now we work hard to balance our history and success with adapting to the needs of a new century. The advent of the iPad and the powerful tools that it gives us in the classroom has radically changed the way we approach teaching and learning. But change must be intentional, have a purpose, and we mustn’t simply change for change’s sake.
21st century learners need to be flexible, collaborative, and creative, and we are committed to making the 21st century school a reality. So we look to our strengths: our teachers, our community, and our students to help balance the old and the new. It is both the past and the future that guides the journey we are on.