Randolph Southern School (RSS) is a college preparatory school that serves students in K-3 through 12th grade. RSS begins its 40th year the fall of 2007.
Mrs. Wendy Lamb currently serves as headmaster of Randolph Southern School. The RSS Board of Trustees consists of 14 individuals who represent the school. The board meets monthly to aid in school operations.
Randolph Southern School was incorporated May 18, 1966, under the name of Randolph Parents Inc., with the major objective being to foster the development, improvement, and the preservation of home and family life and the advancement of civil and educational projects. The organizational trustees were John W. McLendon, Wilton G. Rigsby, Robert E. Lamb, Robert G. Puckett, Harold E. Allen, Melvin Peavy, James Grubbs, Eugene Thompson, John W. Wilson, Carl E. Sills, Kenneth Beard, and Larry Floyd. Through the years many other persons have willingly given of their time to serve on the Board of Trustees.
Randolph Southern School is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and to providing each pupil an opportunity to achieve at college level and to be good citizens and productive members of society.
All students are capable of learning. They must assume responsibility for their learning and be actively involved in the educational process; therefore, the goals for Randolph Southern School are to:
Student achievement at Randolph Southern has been outstanding throughout the years. Our students continue to participate in literary, one-act play and other academic competitions held by colleges and the GIAS organization. Through team cooperation and a determined spirit, many athletic honors have been won in basketball, softball, cross country, baseball, football, tennis, golf, and track. Most recently RSS captured a boys State Championship (2004-2005) in basketball, and our girls (2005-2006) captured the State title in track. During the 2005-2006 school year, the varsity girls program was awarded the "GISA Class A All Sports Trophy". This award recognizes the most outstanding athletic program in the State.
Randolph Southern School admits students of any race, color, nationality, sex, religion, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
Randolph Southern does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, sex, religion, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs, or any other program or policy.