Charlie McInerney is not your typical high school kid. He just got back from orientation at Ohio Technical College in Cleveland, Ohio, having driven there and back in a 1983 Mercedes 300 D Turbo Diesel that he converted to operate on vegetable oil. Herald, April 4th
Randolph Union High School’s Director of Career and Workforce Pathways, Ken Cadow, has been 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.
As a French teacher at RUHS, Brigitte Savard has had the opportunity to take students on trips abroad every year.
Attendees from across Vermont will examine teaching methods and learning outcomes in light of individual and community goals, values, and challenges.
Recent changes in teaching, grading, and scheduling are generating questions among students and parents
A powerful new drama will be performed at Randolph Union High School October 20-21. “Red” examines the turbulent life and career of artist Mark Rothko – the father of Abstract Expressionism.
On a chilly, cloudy afternoon to end the fourth week of school, Randolph Union hosted its first "home" cross country (XC) meet since 2014 at Vermont Technical College’s official 5k and new 3k courses. The invitational was Randolph’s first opportunity to host a meet since the 2014 season.
Eleven students from the port city of Cuxhaven, located in the Lower Saxony region of Germany at the edge of the North Sea, will be spending the next ten days exploring Vermont and New Hampshire, attending classes at RUHS, and renewing ties with friends in the Randolph area.
Project Based Learning (PBL), an inquiry-based, community focused learning initiative introduced at RUHS two years ago, is quickly gaining in popularity, both among students and members of the local community.
Chris Poulos, a former Bicycle Stunt World Champion and, since 2000, one of the most sought after youth motivational speakers in the country, will bring his message (and bicycle) to the RUHS Gymnasium on Thursday, September 1 from 6:30 to 7:30.
Students graduating from Randolph Union High School and the Randolph Technical Career Center this spring received more than just a diploma and the congratulations of family and friends during their last week of school. Many received enough scholarship and other financial aid to continue their studies at colleges and universities around the country.
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