Clubs & Activities

Clubs & Activities


students rally for safer schoolClubs, Activities & Student Leadership at Randolph Union Middle and High School

Randolph Union Middle and High School offers a wide range of clubs and activities for students to explore their interests and make new friends.
Drama, Yearbook, National Honor Society, Robotics, Interact, Prom Committee, GLOW and Cooking Club are just a few of the options open to all students.

Because of the change in schedules and limited ability to meet in their usual spaces due to Covid-19, most clubs are temporarily suspended for the 2020-21 academic year.  We will revisit this decision as circumstances permit.

New Clubs Coming Spring 2020 : Cooking Club, Music Club, Poetry Club, Sewing Club

Sewing Club - Sewing club will teach students the basic fundamentals of using a sewing machine, and sewing. We will start by completing sewing projects of pillows, mask, zipper bags as skills, and comfort levels increase, we will continue making projects that allow each student to show their creativity and skills off. Support will be offered to students  as they learn, pick patterns, and apply what they learn including adding finishing touches and embellishment.  For example, zippers, buttons, and quilting. 

Students with no experience as well as those who have a high degree of skill are welcome and encouraged to participate. All fabric and equipment (including sewing machines when needed) will be provided.
Please reach out to Lisa Floyd or Ben Diller for more information.  Students will be completing projects at home, so parent permission will be required to participate.

Cooking Club will be coming back in the new year, overseen by Lisa Floyd. Club members will be provided the necessary ingredients to participate and cook from home. For information about this, please reach out directly to Mrs. Floyd at lfloyd@orangesouthest.org

Sharps, Flats and Naturals: Music Club!  RU music program alum, Jacob Kaplan will be starting a Music Club that is designed for all students to enjoy. He is working on the exact structure, but it will be available to music talents of all levels. For information around this offering, please reach out to Mr. Kaplan at jkaplan@orangesouthwest.org.

Poetry Club
Do you like to write poems, raps, or songs? Are you looking for inspiration for new material and to develop a community of writers? Join Lizzy Fox and Michelle Holder every-other-Monday from 3:30-4:30 for Poetry Club. We'll spend the hour reading, writing, and sharing our work. Visual artists: We'd love for you to join us, too! You're welcome to paint or draw to any of the prompts, and depending on interest, we will set up opportunities for visual artists and writers to collaborate. For more information email Ms Fox at efox@orangesouthwest.org