Handbooks / Course Catalog

Handbooks / Course Catalog


RU gradsThe RUHS Student & Co-Curricular Handbook outlines the expectations of, and opportunties available to, students, parents, and families at Randolph Union High School.

The Proficiency-Based Graduation Handbook and "At a Glance" documents highlight the new proficiency-based assessment and reporting (grading) guidelines leading to graduation from RUHS.

The Course Catalog reviews graduation requirements and highlights the wide range of courses available to students.

To view or download a copy of any of the above, click on the links in the documents box to the left.

Graduation Pathways:

Commonality & Personalization
Earning a diploma from RU means that students have demonstrated proficiency in our graduation standards.  Pathways toward proficiency typically involve a blend of common/required experiences and personalized programs of study that align to individual student interests, goals and needs.

One common expectation is that all students are expected to carry a minimum of 7 courses each semester. Any exception must be approved by administration.