Student Services

Student Services


Welcome to Student Services at Randolph Union Middle and High School.

School Choice Information:
As in previous years, our school board has chosen to participate in the Winooski Valley Regional Public
School Choice Collaborative for the 2019-20 school year. Through this program and the state school choice program, students may apply to go to any public high school in Vermont at no cost.
For more information about the program, or to download an application, follow the following links:

Winooski Valley School Choice Program

Winooski Valley School Choice Application

Here are just a few upcoming activities that students and families might find of interest:

2019/2020 Course Registration, Grades 8-11

April 22nd-26th, all day

Individual Meetings in Student Services

Students will meet individually with their counselor to look at course preference sheets that were filled out during student led conferences last week. Parents are encouraged to email or call Kara or Bev if they would like to come to the individual registration meeting.   

Standardized Testing Option:  SAT, Grade 11

Saturday, May 4th at RUHS

As part of the effort of student services to expose RUHS students to post-secondary options, RUHS is offering the annual spring test date for the SAT.  The SAT is a college entrance exam that costs a student $47.50.  All American universities and colleges accept this standardized test as a college entrance exam.  Students who have registered for this opportunity are encouraged to spend some time preparing for the test in order to have a successful testing experience.  Please check out www.collegeboard.org to register or www.kahnacademy.org to start prepping for the test.

Junior College Night:  Grade 11 Students and Parents

Wednesday, May 8th, 7:00pm  *RESCHEDULED*

RUHS Media Center

As part of student services ongoing effort to help students and families explore post secondary options, the RUHS school counselors are going to host an evening for junior parents and students.  Counselors will go over both the college exploration process and the college application process.  There will be pizza and drinks available so that families can eat dinner while they learn about this exciting topic!