• Reminder: There is no school for Renton School District students Feb.19-23 for Mid-Winter Break

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RHS News

  • SAT March 7 for all 11th graders!

    Testing begins at 7:20 am in the gym. It will take all day and you can't be late! Please bring a photo identification card and your SAT ticket that you received from the College Board. Please register at collegeboard.org  if you haven't already. Questions? Contact your Language Arts teacher.


    IB Programme Parent Night

    Attention all 10th graders: Are you interested in doing IB diploma or Running Start?  If so, the student and parent information meeting will be on Tuesday, February 27th in the Commons. Meeting starts at 6:00 PM!


    Spring Sports

    Family ID is now open for registration for Spring Sports. Online registrations will close March 15, 2018. Our Clearance dates are:  February 12 - March 15? Our Clearance times are: During both lunches and after school until 2:30p! If you need a physical, you may sign-up to make an appointment at HealthPoint, our school-based health clinic at Renton High. Be sure to fill out the two forms found here before making an appointment if you haven't already registered. If you have attended any other High Schools, there will be additional paperwork that needs to be filled out. Please come to the Athletics Office. Running Start/Home Schooled/Alternative School students will need additional paperwork to be cleared as well. These forms can be found on Family ID.


    HealthPoint Clinic at RHS now offering Sports Physicals

    Reminder: For students needing to get a physical for winter sports, you can now schedule your physical through the Healthpoint Clinic on site here at Renton High School. Simply go to the Athletics page on our Renton High School Website and have your parent fill out the pediatric patient intake form, prior to scheduling your physical.


     

Daily Announcements

  • Renton High School Bell Schedules

    February 15, 2018

     

    Daily Announcements:

    1. February is black history month. Your black history fact of the day is: in 1940, Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American performer to win an Academy Award (the film industry`s highest honor) for her portrayal of a loyal slave governess in Gone With the Wind. (CN, 2/28)

     

    1. This is your student of the month update. This month we are celebrating principled students. Students were selected because they act with integrity and honesty, have a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of individuals, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them. Congratulations goes to: Jovan Wheaton, Jesse Victo, Lizeth Bazan Lopez, Heaven Muse, Trinae Jones, Peter Tran, Nyasia Saetern, Amanda Sparks, Myles James, Tien Tran. Students should head to the library now for a short celebration. (VB, 2/15)

     

    1. There will be a Psychology Club meeting today at 2:15p in Mr. Bento's room! We will be discussing potential experiments for the science fair! Be there! (JB, 2/15)

     

    1. Japanese Research Club will be meeting today. Come join to learn and chat about Japanese Culture ranging from history and food to entertainment like comics and video games. Japanese Research Club meets in Room 328 from 2:15p – 3:15p every Thursday. All students are welcome. (2/15)

     

    1. Tell that special someone they're FANTAstic! Come to the kitchenette during both lunches to buy a Fanta for $1 to be delivered during 6th Sales will be happening this whole week during both lunches. (CN, 2/16)

     

    1. Are you interested in working on cars? Understanding all the parts required for cars? Working in an Office setting? Come to the Career Center or see Ms. Johnson or Ms. Derrig to find out more about the Walker's Internships. (TD, 2/16)

     

    1. Seniors, you can still attend an HBCU this fall! Attend the 14th Annual College/University Recruitment Day, for students of color, on February 24 at South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia. You will need to bring a prepared portfolio. Details on the Career Center Events Calendar. (NF, 2/16)

     

    1. There will be an all school Relay for Life meeting this Friday at 2:15p in Ms. Hespelt's room. Help join the fight against cancer! There will be food provided. (JH, 2/16)

     

    1. National Honor Society is having a meeting this Friday. It will be held in Room 263, which is a great opportunity for community service hours, possible interships, and more. We also would love to have new members. (JH, 2/16)

     

    1. Renton High School Ambassadors are hosting a Science Fair on Wednesday, February 28th, 2018. We will be holding it in the Commons starting at 3:30p - 5:00p. Anyone can participate. Remember, projects must be approved for safety reasons! Some teachers will be offering extra credit! Pick up a proposal packet in Room 164. (JD, 2/21)

     

    1. There are over 1400 Washington State Opportunity Scholarships available, but only three weeks left to apply! Opportunity Scholars receive career-launching support services and networking plus a scholarship worth up to $22,500 to pursue high-demand bachelor's degrees in STEM or health care. To be eligible, you must be low or middle-income and interested in attending a Washington state college or university. Application deadline is February 28th, 2018. Check-in with Ms. Fulmer in Career Center for more info. (NF, 2/28)

Mission Statement

  • Renton High School Mission Statement


    Renton High School aims to provide effective instruction and support services to enable students to acquire 21st century skills, develop an international mindset, enhance knowledge, and nurture the ability to make thoughtful decisions. Our students will graduate:

    • On-time
    • Empowered to be successful in a college, technical or professional program
    • Prepared to compete in the global workforce
    • Ready to serve our pluralistic community


    International Baccalaureate Mission Statement


    The International Baccalaureate® aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

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