Welcome to Randolph Union High School
Thank you for visiting the RUHS website! You'll find a lot of useful information here on academics, sports, drama, music, international exchanges, current events, and more.
If you don't find the information you are seeking, please give us a call or send us an email. And if you are new to our community or towns, the best way to learn about us is probably face-to-face. Please drop by or schedule a visit! You can reach us via the “Contact Us” tab to the left, or our emails below.
Dave Barnett & Elijah Hawkes, Co-principals
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P.S. Check out the profiles of some our recent graduates...you'll find them on the OSSU home page.
Recent Happenings and Upcoming Events
Peter and the Starcatcher will play at RUHS March 16-18
RU's Director of Career and Workforce Pathways, Ken Cadow, will be recognized by the New England Secondary School Consortium (NESSC) and the Vermont Agency of Education as the 2017 State Champion for Vermont in the areas of workforce development, personalization, and proficiency/standards-based graduation. Find out why
Ken Cadow, RU Director of Career and Workforce Pathways, has formed a partnership with GW Plastics called the "School of Tech." This video helps show how this partnership is a win-win for students, the school, and our local economy.
For a more detailed calendar, see "Events Calendar" tab to the left.
Did you know that we have a new parent/community group that meets twice a month at RU? We've had several meetings so far with 20-25 in attendance, but we'd love to see more of you!
Here are the dates for our remaining meetings this school year. We meet in the RU media center from 5:30-6:30 (but we often stay together until later). Feel free to join us!
So far we've spent time exploring science graduation standards, performance indicators and pathways; we've talked a bit about our transition to proficiency-based graduation (but we need to do more on this important topic), and we've discussed and shared ideas related to substance use/addiction. On April 12th we'll look more closely at the work of our humanities department (specifically Social Studies tonight) graduation standards, performance indicators, research writing, and pathways.