Kids and Education
Randolph County, North Carolina is truly a wonderful place to raise a family. There are so many fun and educational activities for kids of all age ranges.
Have any little zoo keepers in the house? Bring them to the KID ZONE at the North Carolina Zoo where kids can explore, climb, and run around to their hearts' content.
The UWHARRIE NATIONAL FOREST - Let the kids pan for gold! Adults will have fun too with hiking, camping and four wheeling!
GOAT LADY DAIRY Taste handmade farmstead goat cheeses, organic herbs and vegetables. Hosts monthly "Dinner at the Dairy".
RISING MEADOWS FARM You can pet the famous Corriedale, Moorit, Polled Dorset and Navajo-Churro at this working sheep and cattle farm.
RANDOLPH COUNTY PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILDREN is the county's lead organization in providing services to families and children from birth to the age of five. Established in 1999, Randolph County Partnership for Children brings together an array of agencies, individuals, organizations and communities to ensure that all children have the opportunity to enter school ready to succeed.
The VICTORY JUNCTION GANG CAMP is a wonderful organization that allows children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses the opportunity to be kids. Providing the children with experiences that are fun and empowering, in a safe and medically sound environment.
Randolph County is served by two public school systems, Asheboro City Schools and Randolph County Schools. The Asheboro City and the Randolph County School systems are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Asheboro City Schools consists of 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.
The Randolph County Schools consist of 28 public schools, which serve over 17,000 students in grades K-12.
Randolph Community College Both credit and noncredit classes are offered at Randolph Community College.