Student Services

Student Services

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

RU Student Services is here to support students and families as we all navigate these challenging times. Please feel free to reach out to any of us with questions, concerns, or for support.

Kara Merrill, RU School Counselor-grades 7-9 and half of grades 11 and 12. 
802-728-3397, ext. 143

Beverly Taft, RU School Counselor-remote students 7-9, grade 10, and half of  grades 11 and Remote number: 802-552-8209

Martha Gold, RU School Based Mental Health Clinician,  802-728-3397, ext 146

Colin Andrzejczyk, Student Assistance Professional,
candrzejczky@orangesoutwest. org

2021-22 School Choice Lottering Information and Application

To learn more about school choice and attending Randolph Union Middle and High School for the 2021-22 school year, please click on the following links:

2021-2022 Lottery Application

2021-2022 School Choice Lottery Letter

Scholarships and Financial Aid

For a list of scholarships and financial aid available to assist families with college tuition and expenses, please click here:  Scholarships & Financial Aid

VSAC Vermont Career Connect

Have you ever wondered about a job or career and what it would be like to do that work? Check out Vermont Career Connect to take the first step in discovering your future. During the first hour of this virtual event, students will work with Kathi Terami of Careers CLiC to explore their interests and think about how those interests might match up with promising careers. The second hour will provide students the opportunity to attend one of over a dozen breakout Q&A panels based on their career interests. Find more information and register at

RU 11th and 12th grade - Dual Enrollment

Interested in taking a dual enrollment college course? Now is the time to sign up for 2nd semester...don't leave it until the last minute!!! If you don't have an account you can create one by clicking on this link.  We strongly recommend that you sign before December break. Reach out to your school counselor if you have questions.