Local Recreational Opportunities for Youth

The Town of Randolph offers many recreational opportunities through the Community Programs Department, Turner Free Library, Randolph Intergenerational Community Center, Recreation, Zapustas Ice Arena, Randolph Community Pool, Randolph Public Schools, and various events throughout town. The below list consists of recreational opportunities offered by local organizations for Randolph youth. If you are interested in having your group added to this list please fill out THIS FORM.

Town Opportunities at the Randolph Intergenerational Community Center and Turner Free Library can be viewed on their websites!

Alphabetical List of Local Recreational Opportunities:

Boy Scout Troop 47 Randolph, MA, For over 100 years, our program has helped create generations of leaders and outstanding citizens by allowing boys and girls to explore their interests, serve their communities, and discover their talents through youth-led activities like hiking, camping, and volunteering! Contacts: Henry Colageo  "Committee Chair", henryc0426@gmail.com  & Kurt Onofrey "Scoutmaster", eastie04@gmail.com 

Pack 36, Randolph MA, In Cub Scouting, kids go through different age-based ranks Kindergarden through 5th grade. (Lion, Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos). Each rank challenges youth to complete milestones tailored to their specific age group, completing activities with other kids their age, experiencing a new set of challenges each year. Contacts: Henry Colageo -Committee member: Henryc0426@gmail.com & Kurt Onofrey Cubmaster: eastie04@gmail.com, 

Randolph Community Band,  randolphcommunityband@gmail.com, Social Media (Intagram and Facebook): @randolphcommunityband | "The purpose of the organization shall be to provide an organized and structured artistic program of music entertainment to the town of Randolph and the surrounding communities; and in doing so, provide its members with opportunities for musical growth and meaningful collaboration."

Randolph Youth Basketball Association (RYBA): Randolph Youth Basketball Association (RYBA) is a non-profit 501c3 organization providing a youth travel basketball program and summer league for boys and girls in grades 4-8 who reside in Randolph, MA.  Our teams participate in the Metrowest Youth Basketball League. Our mission statement is to provide a supervised program of competitive and instructional basketball while instilling in all player participants the ideals of sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and respect. For more info, please email Corey Dolison, President - corey9704@yahoo.com or call 781-510-0057 or check out our socials: Facebook  |  Instagram  |  

Randolph Youth Soccer Association, Randolph Youth Soccer Association (RYSA) is a community based program which establishes and promotes an association for the conducting of organized soccer contests in and around the town of Randolph, in order to provide the youth of the town an opportunity to participate in the game and improve their skills, and in order to provide a form of recreation for the youth of Randolph.  All members are volunteers working to serve the Randolph community and the children (ages 3 through high school). Contact: registrar@randolphyouthsoccer.org |  (781) 963-2936 | Social Media: Facebook

South Shore Stars: Elementary Ages: Randolph Extended Day Stars, St. Mary’s Religious Education Center, 30 Seton Way, Randolph, MA 02368 | Hours: Before school, care starts at 7:00 a.m., Operating from school dismissal - 6:15 p.m., School vacation from 7:00 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. Transportation is provided from Donovan, JFK, Lyons and Young Elementary. Randolph Community Middle School Stars: For 6th graders | Three 11-week cycles operate 4 days per week (Monday – Thursday) from school dismissal until 5:30 p.m. Schedule Includes: Social Time, Snack, Academic Support, and Enrichment Clubs. Randolph High School Stars: For entering 9th graders.  10th, 11th and 12th graders can continue to attend the program and serve as mentors. | Three 11-week cycles operate 4 days per week  (Monday – Thursday) from school dismissal until 5:30 p.m., Schedule Includes: Social Time, Snack, Academic Support, and Enrichment Clubs. Randolph Summer Stars For entering 7th, 8th and 9th graders, a 6-week session including hands-on math, science and language arts curriculum in the morning and afternoon outdoor recreation. For more information, contact Kristin Calo at kcalo@southshorestars.org | 781-331-8505

YMCA: Before and After School Program – Grades K-5. The Old Colony YMCA in Stoughton is the provider of our before and after school program.  This is EEC licensed program focuses on social and emotional skill building in a safe environment, while providing academic support through homework assistance. Care Available for all 4 Elementary Schools: Donovan, JFK, Lyons, and Young. For all Before & After School Information, please contact: Jessica Edlund, Assistant School Age Director – Randolph jedlund@oldcolonyymca.org | 781-341-2016 x244