Randolph Township is home to high caliber educational institutions and work force development opportunities. Our excellent primary and secondary schools is a draw for many residents settling within the Township. Our proximity to established academic entities such as the Morris County Vocational School and County College of Morris offers residents and Morris county students with easy access to state-of-the-art facilities and to the latest technology. This connection to high quality education and work force opportunities ensures that graduates meet the expectations of the cutting-edge businesses and industries today.
Randolph School District Facts
|School District Enrollment||4,800 Students|
|Number of Schools||6|
|School Ranking (in NJ)||16|
Our school district is comprised of 6 academic institutions, 4 primary and 2 secondary. These six schools are home to a dedicated staff and governed by the Randolph Board of Education. The Board’s goals are to pursue academic excellence, sustain positive learning environments, enhance organizational effectiveness, and promote innovation. Randolph High School was recently ranked 16th best in New Jersey by NJ Monthly. For more information regarding Randolph Townships School district please visit: www.rtnj.org
Morris County School of Technology, otherwise known as MSCT, located in neighboring Denville Township, houses academics which are free individual magnet high-schools of choice for Morris County residents. MCST offers academic courses in the fields of; Animal Science, Computer and Information Science, Culinary Arts, Design, Education and Learning, Finance and International Business, Healthcare Sciences, Law and Public Safety, Sports Medicine, and the visual and performing arts. For more information regarding the Morris County Vocational School District please visit: www.mcvts.org.
Arrays of advanced higher education opportunities are available by local colleges within and surrounding the Township. These institutions include; County College of Morris, Centenary College, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Montclair State University and Drew University, among many others located in New Jersey.
The County College of Morris, or CCM for short, is located on 200+ acres in the heart of the Township’s Route 10 corridor and contributes an estimated half-billion dollars in regional impact per year. CCM offers over 80 areas of study and over 50 categories of course listings to choose from. Recently celebrating its 50th anniversary in May 2018, CCM has provided outstanding academic services to students and an exceptional working environment for its staff. In September 2018, the County College of Morris was presented with two prestigious awards for its business success, one from the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey and the other from Randolph’s EDC 2018 Annual Business Achievement Award, for its, innovations, programs and business practices that enhance our community’s economic success. For more information about the County College of Morris’ academic programs and services please visit: www.ccm.edu