Setting up the interfaces and policy should be fairly straight forward. I think routing will be your biggest challenge. I would use a policy route to resolve that.
*Create two new interfaces on your LAN: System > Interfaces*
--> VLAN1 [students]
--> VLAN2 [staff]
*Policy > IPv4*
[Students] --> [WAN1]: Allow, with desired UTM features. NAT: yes
[Staff] --> [WAN2]: Allow, with desired UTM features. NAT: yes
*Routing > Policy Routes*
Src Int [Students] to 0.0.0.0/0 > Use WAN1, with GW x.x.x.x
Src Int [Staff] to 0.0.0.0/0 > Use WAN2, with GW x.x.x.x
You may need to use some policy routes in addition to those two if you have some non-internet policies for other network destination. action would be "stop policy routing".
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