The Blog of Randolph Academy

  • Fulfilling a Wonderful Legacy Through Music
    Marilyn Macrae never knew of Randolph Academy. She never knew any of its students, staff or alumni – and none of them knew her. In fact, she lived hundreds of miles away. Nonetheless, she will be long remembered here for her generosity, as well as her love of music and children. Marilyn lived in Cherry Hill, N.J., where she performed […]
  • Motivation Speaker Duncan Kirkwood shares inspiring messages with our students
    We were thrilled to welcome motivational speaker Duncan Kirkwood to our campuses yesterday. He is the Director of the Center for Resilience at Villa Maria College, a veteran, and a global resilience advocate. He works to empower young people, parents & communities with a mission of making sure everyone he comes across can become the best version of themselves and […]
  • Superintendent Cook Adds Ph.D. to Her Credentials
    Randolph Academy congratulates our very own Danielle Cook on receiving a doctoral degree on Dec. 6, from Gannon University! Superintendent Cook has completed the requirements for a Doctor of Philosophy degree, with a focus on Organizational Learning and Leadership. Dr. Cook’s dissertation – titled, “Challenges and Changes in the Role of Female Superintendents in Small Rural Schools,” is a subject […]
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  • Randolph Academy Honors Dimpfl, Lafferty, with ‘Golden Apple’ Award
    Elementary Teacher Chelsea Dimpfl, left, and Behavioral Support Specialist Julie Lafferty, have been chosen as the district’s ‘Golden Apple’ Award recipients this fall. The awards are given annually to recognize the outstanding performance, behavior, professionalism and achievement of an individual from each of the district’s two campuses.
  • Randolph Academy Adds Two New Board Members
    Randolph Academy has welcomed two new members to its Board of Education. Susan Locke-Scott (pictured, right) and Danielle O’Connor have each begun four-year terms with the district, with Mrs. Locke-Scott appointed by the New York State Department of Education, and Mrs. O’Connor appointed by New Directions Youth and Family Services, per the district’s New York State Special Act charter. Now […]