Welcome Mr. Michael Randolph to Leesburg High School.

He brings proven high school leadership that has resulted in improved student achievement through innovation, high expectations and support. Below is some information about Mr. Randolph.

Michael Randolph began his teaching career as a high school English Language Arts teacher in Clay County, FL, where he later served as an Assistant Principal and Vice Principal. As an Assistant Principal, Mr. Randolph helped lead Oakleaf High School to four consecutive "A" school ratings by the Florida Department of Education through his commitment to working alongside teachers and staff within Professional Learning Communities. Mr. Randolph also was instrumental in establishing Advanced Placement courses and the Cambridge AICE programs at his school. 

As a Vice Principal, Mr. Randolph focused on building community partnerships, and raised over $100,000 for Oakleaf High School. Mr. Randolph is passionate about developing and empowering teacher leaders, which is evident through his mentorship of many aspiring administrators. As an instructional leader, Mr. Randolph has implemented successful instructional practices and looks to bring quality instructional coaching to help teachers engage students in relevant and rigorous learning while having them read, write, think and talk to learn course content as well as develop critical thinking and communication skills.