RANDOLPH, "The Good Life" "Located just a half hour northeast of Norfolk, NE, the city of Randolph is ready to WELCOME YOU! With a population of nearly 1,000 and virtually zero crime rate, it is an excellent community in which to live, work and play!" WHAT'S NEW? Randolph is proud to announce development of the Country Club Drive Subdivision with eleven residential building lots!
Randolph Public School / Elementary School
Randolph East Elementary School is a K-6 North Central Accredited (NCA) Class 3 school. The elementary school was built in 1965 and has a maximum capacity of 325.
Randolph Jr.-Sr. High School is a 7-12 North Central Accredited (NCA) Class 3 school. School District 45 in Cedar, Pierce and Wayne counties covers 200 square miles. The Jr.-Sr. High School was built in 1995 and has a maximum capacity of 400. It is estimated that 100 percent of eighth grade students finish high school , 93 percent of graduating seniors pursue a college degree, and 7 percent of the seniors enter the job market immediately after graduation. Randolph Jr.-Sr. High School is a member of the NENAC Conference. The Randolph Public Schools has incorporated a four-day school week since the 2006-2007 school year. For more information visit their website at www.randolphpublic.org.
The mission of the Randolph Public School is to be the cornerstone in providing all students the best education possible as they become lifelong learners in a changing world.
Randolph participates in Educational Service Unit 1, which is headquartered in Wakefield, Nebraska and serves six counties. Some of the services provided include media, Internet, special education, staff development, and technology assistance. For more information visit http://www.esu1.org
Post Secondary Education
- Lifelong Learning Center-at Norfolk, Nebraska, located 27 miles south of Randolph. It serves the business and professional community through a variety of uses. The Lifelong Learning Center serves as a clearinghouse for educational offerings from Educational Service Unit 8, Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District, UNL Northeast Research and Extension Center, University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension, Madison County and Wayne State College, as well as other public and private institutions. For more information, contact Joe Fergussen at Northeast Community College, (402) 644-0601.
- Northeast Community College - Norfolk, Nebraska, 27 miles south of Randolph
- Nebraska Wesleyan University - Lincoln, Nebraska, 154 miles south of Randolph
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, Nebraska, 154 miles south of Randolph.
- Kaplan University-Lincoln - Lincoln, Nebraska 154 miles south of Randolph.
- Creighton University - Omaha, Nebraska, 147 miles south of Randolph
- College of St. Mary’s - Omaha, Nebraska, 147 miles south of Randolph
- University of Nebraska-Omaha - Omaha, Nebraska, 147 miles south of Randolph.
- Wayne State College - Wayne, Nebraska, 29 miles southeast of Randolph.
- Briar Cliff- Sioux City, Iowa, 56 miles east of Randolph.
- Morningside - Sioux City, Iowa, 56 miles east of Randolph.
- Western Iowa Technical Community College - Sioux City, Iowa, 56 miles east of Randolph.
- Augustana - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 120 miles north of Randolph.
- Mount Marty - Yankton, South Dakota, 39 miles north of Randolph.
- South Dakota State University - Brookings, South Dakota, 178 miles north of Randolph.
- University of South Dakota - Vermillion, South Dakota, 65 miles northeast of Randolph.