Her innovative practices and ideas in education, led to her being appointed the first Jeans Supervising Industrial Teacher in 1908. In 1938, Miss Randolph was appointed to the Industrial School Board of Colored Children after the death of noted Richmonder, Maggie Walker. She also served for many years on the Inter-Racial and Health Board for the State of Virginia.
That one room school house has long ago disappeared and its location has become the Virginia Randolph Education Center, a campus containing a high school, an adult learning center, a special education center, and a museum dedicated to her honor.
During her 57 year career with the Henrico County School System, she contiued to influence her students and other educators throughout the world. On March 16, 1958, Miss Randolph passed away quietly at her home in Richmond, Virginia at the age of 84.