Student Services

Student Services


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

School Choice Information:
As in previous years, our school board has chosen to participate in the Winooski Valley Regional Public
School Choice Collaborative for the 2019-20 school year. Through this program and the state school choice program, students may apply to go to any public high school in Vermont at no cost.

For more information about the program, or to download an application, follow the following links:

Winooski Valley School Choice Program

Winooski Valley School Choice Application

Here are just a few upcoming activities that students and families might find of interest:

8th Grade College Exploration:  CCV Access Day

Friday, March 8, 2019 at Community College of Vermont in Montpelier

8th Graders will be exploring what Community College of Vermont has to offer local students.  They will rotate through 4 mock college courses, as well as listen to a student panel about available pathways at CCV.  CCV offers Vermont high school students dual enrollment classes as well as an Early College program. 

Lifeguard Course - March 23-28, 2019 at VTC: SHAPE

Does your student want to be qualified for great job opportunities at summer camps, community pools or college pools?  VTC is offering a course for $350.  Contact Leah Gifford at lgifford@vtc.edu or 728-1584.  Students must be 15 or older, and need to register by March 1st.  

Standardized Testing Option:  ACT - Tuesday, April 2nd, 8:00-12:00pm

RUHS Classrooms 

As part of the effort of student services to expose RUHS students to post-secondary options, RUHS is offering an in-school test date and time for the ACT.  The ACT is a college entrance exam that typically costs a student $46 to take on a Saturday at other area schools.  We strongly encourage all juniors to sign up for this optional test.  All American universities and colleges accept this standardized test as a college entrance exam.  For more information about the ACT, please check out www.act.org.