Welcome to Randolph County School System





Randolph County School System is comprised of six schools with a total enrollment of approximately 2,300 students and is located in Randolph County in north central Alabama on the eastern border.  Our schools include:

  • Randolph County High School, 7 - 12
  • Rock Mills Jr. High School, K - 8
  • Wadley High School, K - 12
  • Wedowee Elementary School, K - 3
  • Wedowee Middle School, 4 - 6
  • Woodland Elementary School, K - 6
  • Woodland High School, 7-12
  • Randolph - Roanoke Career Technology Center, 10 - 12  (This center also serves Roanoke City School students.)

In the Randolph County School System, we provide our students the finest education and then watch with pride as they achieve regional and national honors.  These achievements are evident through the performances and accomplishment displayed by our scholar bowl teams, math teams, FFA, 4-H, FCCLA, Beta Clubs, Spanish Clubs and other clubs.  We are also very proud of the performances of our athletic teams.

The ongoing and ever evolving world of technology is an integral part of our instruction program.  In addition to the basic computer sciences taught to our students beginning at an early age, various subjects and vocational trades incorporate computer knowledge into their curriculum program.  All our schools benefit from a county-wide educational network offering an extensive array of education materials and resources. 


Click here for access to the Randolph County School System Strategic Plan.


Please visit our pending policies section for potential policies that have been introduced to the board.  These policies will be voted on at the next board meeting after public input is received.  Please direct any questions or comments to Mr. John Jacobs or Mr. Calan Daniel through the Contact link at the top of the page.


Please browse our website for more specific information on our school system.

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