The Town of Randolph is situated 15 miles south of Boston. Its location, at the junction of several major highways, makes it a desirable location for commuters. The school system has a student population of approximately 2800. Eighty percent of the student population represents a wide variety of racial, ethnic and language minorities. A strong EL/SEI program helps students participate fully in the wide range of excellent academic and enrichment programs. The district is made up of four elementary schools (grades K-5), one middle school (grades 6-8) and one high school (grades 9-12). The district also offers a pre-school special needs program and an alternative education for grades 7-12. There is excellent community and parental support for the programs offered by the school district.
The mission of the Randolph Public Schools is to work with families and the community to inspire, challenge and empower each student to acquire the knowledge, skills and values to become a responsible and caring citizen in a diverse society.
The system offers teachers choice of health plans, professional development opportunities, tuition reimbursement, a strong mentor program and a competitive salary and benefits package.