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Registration open for 2018 summer camps at Randolph College

Collage of photos from various Randolph College summer camps

Registration is now open for athletic, theatre, and coding summer camps at Randolph College. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school. Athletic camps start in June and include basketball, equestrian, softball, soccer, tennis, and volleyball. Find more information and how to register at http://www.randolphwildcats.com/information/summer_camps. The Randolph College Nursery School will host a series of... READ MORE >>

Sign up now for 2017 summer camps at Randolph College!

Randolph College Skill Builder Hoop Camp

Registration is now open for athletic, theatre, and coding summer camps at Randolph College. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school. Upcoming athletic camps include: Basketball Randolph College Basketball Boys and Girls Kids Camp June 19-21, open to children entering kindergarten through fifth grade Times: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Cost: $40 Description: Campers will learn fundamental... READ MORE >>

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Photo from lacrosse camp

Several summer athletic camps are underway this week at Randolph College, and registration remains open for spots in the other camps scheduled later in the summer. Camps are available for ages ranging from elementary school to high school. “Randolph College looks forward to once again sharing our passion for athletics and good sportsmanship with the... READ MORE >>

Local children saddle up for Randolph’s summer pony camps

Camp volunteers help children saddle up.

On Friday, young equestrians participating in the second session of Randolph’s Pony Camp capped off a week of learning about all things equine by showing off their riding skills to parents, students, and Riding Center staff. The camp, which is open to ages 6-12, is designed to open the world of riding to children from... READ MORE >>

Student and professor aren’t horsing around when it comes to Summer Research

MacKenzi Brown rides one of the horses (Charlie) involved in her Summer Research project while professor Amanda Rumore tracks readings on an iPad.

Each morning, MacKenzi Brown ’17 arrives at the Randolph College Riding Center around 8 a.m. to groom and prepare four horses for a ride. But those rides aren’t just for fun–they’re part of a scientific study. Brown, a biology major from Colorado, has teamed up with biology professor Amanda Rumore for a Summer Research project... READ MORE >>