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4400 Water Oak Road
Charlotte, NC 28211
Courier #: 513
P: 980-343-6700  |  F: 980-343-6741 
Principal: Brian Bambauer
LC: Central Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Kudos to Staff and Students

Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship

Olivia Y. is one of only 28 students nationwide to be awarded the prestigious Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship.  The scholarship is for gifted students and will allow her to attend a high school program that will challenge her academic and personal needs.  She is considering her options of boarding schools.  Here is a link to the article from The Charlotte Observer.  (Link will open in a new tab.)

Festival in the Park Art

Congratulations to the following students for having their artwork selected to be on display at Festival in the Park at Freedom Park this past weekend:

  • Deana E.
  • Griffin H.
  • Zoey K.

Their artworks are shown in order, clockwise from the upper left.

Art work drawn by 3 students.  They are still drawings of plants in vases.


North Carolina Middle Schools Honor Orchestra Auditions

Congratulations to the following students that will be respresenting Randolph at the North Carolina Middle School Honors Chorus auditions:  Ella L., Paulina W., Gianna P., Shreya S., Max N., Graham B., and Sathvik C..  These students will individually audition in front of a judge, performing a rigorous piece by Bach and sightsinging.

Magnet Schools of America

Randolph has been named a Nationally Certified Magnet School by the Magnet Schools of America.  Randolph is among the first 55 schools to successfully complete the evaluation process of the Magnet Schools Standards of Excellence.  It is based on the five pillars of magnet schools:  diversity, innovative curriculum and professional development, academic excellence, high quality instruction systems, and family and community partnerships. 

Peace Mural

We have a new mural at Randolph.  This was a project by Caroline D. as part of her Girl School Silver Award.  Caroline dedicated more than 80 hours creating the mural, which she hopes will inspire students to think about world peace.  Caroline is encourage by her curriculum and teachers to think about her impact on the broader world.

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