Randolph now offers three screened programs: a Medical program, Humanities program, and an Engineering program. Students applying for either of the screened programs are selected on the basis of:
- Their 7th grade standardized city-wide reading and math scores
- Their grade point average (GPA)
- Attendance and
- Priority choice on their application.
The students in these three select programs take regents level and advanced courses in science and mathematics: anatomy, psychology, bacteriology, genetics, forensic, and AP Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The Engineering courses include Technical and architectural drawings, principles of engineering, engineering programming, and AP calculus. Research classes involve students in internships and national competitions.