Randolph County is served by two public school systems. Both the Asheboro City Schools and the Randolph County Schools are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Randolph County Schools Randolph County Schools consists of 17 Elementary schools containing grades kindergarten through grade five, 7 middle schools with grades 6-8, and 7 high schools, with grades 9-12.
The Asheboro City Schools Consists of a five star early childhood development center, five elementary schools containing grades kindergarten through grade five, two middle schools with grades six through eight, and one high school with grades nine through twelve, and the Asheboro High School Zoo School.
Randolph Community College Both credit and noncredit classes are offered at Randolph Community College, which is situated near the geographic center of North Carolina, adjacent to the ancient mountains in the area known as the Uwharries. The College is located at 629 Industrial Park Avenue in Asheboro. To reach the Asheboro Campus take the McDowell Road exit off Highway 220 Bypass (Interstate 73-74), just south of the interchange with Highways 64 and 49. The College is 26 miles south of Greensboro, North Carolina, and Interstate Highways 40 and 85, making it accessible from all parts of the state.