1010 out of 10GreatSchools

Randolph Elementary School

Universal City, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 605


Randolph Elementary School
P O Box 2217
Universal City, TX 78148
(210) 357-2345
Randolph Elementary School is located in Universal City, TX and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 10 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American or Native Alaskan
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

Reviews14 Reviews

We transferred our boys into Randolph (K and 4th grade) and they have both had a much more positive experience than with their previous school. Bullying was dealt with effectively and the teachers were very good at communicating issues and helping to resolve them. There is also a shared understanding of the unique challenges and difficulties that military children face, and that has made a huge difference! Great school!
We move a lot and have had exposure to different schools. Randolph is by far the best. Teachers and staff are excellent. After school clubs include chess, programming, astronaut, music, and a few others. We love it.
A huge number of teachers donate free time to lead after school clubs, great opportunities for students. This volunteer attitude speaks volumes about the General school culture, that being a place that values achievement and nurture for its students. Communication with home is excellent.
Most of these reviews are very old, so I will breifly update you on my experience with this school. I had two children attend this school, both in the same grade-level. One of the teachers was excellent, the other was not so great. Although this school has great reviews, for those of you with a child that is ESL (English as Second Language), the school is lacking in its ability to teach these children because many of their teachers are not certified to teach ESL students. Because my son is from another country, and even though he speaks English better than his first language, he is still considered an "ESL" student and requires an ESL certified teacher. This school has only one for his grade level. They didn't test my son to get a baseline of his ability to get out of the ESL program. Instead they tried to kick him out of the school on two separate occasions (as a 1st grader). When he performed "poor," they blamed it on his "ESL" status and not the teachers ability to actually connect with my son, and teach him.
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