Handbooks / Course Catalog

Handbooks / Course Catalog

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

You can view or download the handbook here: 2022-2023 RU STUDENT HANDBOOK

The Proficiency-Based Graduation Handbook  highlights the new proficiency-based assessment and reporting (grading) guidelines leading to graduation from RUHS. You can view that document here: Proficiency Handbook

The Course Catalog reviews graduation requirements and highlights the wide range of courses available to students. You'll find the 2022-23 Course Catalog here: RU Course Catalog 2022-23

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 exceptions must be approved by administration.