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The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a non-profit educational organization whose primary purpose is to identify and serve academically gifted youth. The program serves students in grades 4 and up. Students, parents, educators and schools benefit from Duke's challenging educational programs, information, advocacy and research. Duke TIP enables students to reach their optimal educational potential. Letters are sent to students who scored 95th percentile or better on EOGs in Math or Reading in the previous year. For more information on Duke TIP for 4th-6th graders, click here. For 7th graders who did not qualify but would like to participate, there is a TIP option. Go to the TIP site for more information.
Randolph is proud to participate in the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee Competition. We have a history of our students doing very well in the local and regional rounds. For rules and study information, please visit the Spelling Bee site. Additional study help can be found at Merriam-Webster's Spell It.
Each year, Randolph students are challenged to participate in the Geography Bee. Learn about the world we live in as you prepare for this competition. Please visit the National Geographic Bee site for more information. The site offers a 10 question quiz every day. There are also maps and other information. Additional resources are available at the Study Corner.
The Mathematical Association of America sponsors annual competitions in which students take a progression of tests. The goal is to strengthen the mathematical capabilities of students. The contest identifies, recognizes and rewards excellence in mathematics. Tests are multiple choice and problems range from easy to extremely difficult.