• This Friday, May 26 is a regular-start school day. All schools will start at regular time; it is not a late-start Friday.

    Also, there is no school for students on Monday, May 29 for Memorial Day.

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RHS News

  • Friday, May 26 is NOT a late start day. School will begin at 7:20 and buses will run on a regular-day schedule.

    There is no school on Monday, May 29 in celebration of Memorial Day. Have a safe weekend!

    Graduation will be held June 14, at 7 pm at Showare Center in Kent. More information is available under the "for parents" and "for students" sections of this website. 

    If you have not picked up your graduation announcements, class rings, or caps and gowns, they are available for pick up during both lunches or after school at the ASB window. All orders must be paid in full at the time of pickup. If you have any questions, please contact National Achievers

    Have questions about college or life after high school? See Ms. Fulmer in the career center between 7:30 am and 2:45 pm. 

    Homework Help Center (HHC) is open from 2:15-3:30pm every Tuesday and Thursday unless otherwise specified. Students use HHC for studying, completing assignments, and for tutoring/assistance from content teachers who staff it. We also have a volunteer who helps out with all levels of math.

Daily Announcements

  • Friday, May 26, 2017

    Lunch Choices:
    Line 1: Served with milk and a trip through the salad bar, assortment of pizzas
    Line 2: Served with milk and a trip through the salad bar, hot sandwiches, cold deli sandwiches or Fish Sandwich with Whole Grain Bun
    Line 3: Served with milk and a trip through the salad bar, Whole Grain Zesty Mac and Beef or Salad of the Day with Whole Grain Uber Cookie

    Students and Staff:  As a reminder, there is no school on Monday, May 29. Enjoy the weekend! (C Eichner, 5/26)

    If you attended prom and would like to have your ticket back, please see Ms. Rich in room 127 this week. Tickets must be claimed between Wednesday and Friday afternoon. (C Neu, 5/26)

    Seniors, the Southeast Chapter Blacks in Government scholarship deadline has been extended until May 26. A minimum of two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.  Applications available in the Career Center or online at bignet.org/regional/southeast. (N Fulmer, 5/26)

    Do you play Super Smash Bros? Do you want to win a Nintendo64 with Super Mario 64? Well, you’re in luck! There’s a Super Smash Bros tournament that has been pushed back to May 26th at Harambee from 3:00p – 7:00p. Food will be provided. It’s $3 to sign up and $1 to watch. The signup sheet is outside of Mr. Okimoto’s room in 316. (D Oki, 5/26)

    Seniors: Want to attend a university in the fall? Evergreen State College is still accepting students for this fall and provides student with a unique learning environment. Ms. Fulmer will take a group of students to Evergreen State College on Friday, June 9, with seniors having priority.  Permission slips available from Ms. Fulmer in the Career Center. (N Fulmer, 5/26)

    Attention Juniors: For those of you participating in the Popcorn Fundraiser, the window for selling closed on Wednesday. If you have not already done so, please give your form and collected money to Mr. Wheeler or Mr. Villalobos in the main office TODAY! Thank you for fundraising for your Senior prom! (J Gold, 5/30)

    The freshmen class is having another Compliment Balloon fundraiser. Buy balloons for $1 during lunch or afterschool at the ASB window. Send it to a friend or a teacher to brighten their day! (G Willecke, 6/1)

    Attention seniors, the last day to turn in any missing work is June 2!  If have work you need to make up, get it turned in!  Graduation is right around the corner. (C Wetzel, 6/2)

    Students: The after school snack program will end this year on Thursday, June 8th. Please plan accordingly. As a reminder, students must be involved in an after school program, tutoring, sport, or activity to be eligible to pick up a snack. Students must have a snack pass with them that they would get from their advisor, teacher or coach. Thanks. (C Eichner, 6/2)

    Juniors! Interested in applying to UW, Seattle during your senior year? Do you consider yourself to be a member of an underrepresented population? Attend the Shades of Purple conference July 18-19 and/or August 15-16 to learn how to have a competitive application, get a head start on your application and more! Free to attend, including free food! Visit the Career Center for additional details! (N Fulmer, 6/5)

    Attention students:  As nice weather approaches, please remember our dress code.  Pants must be worn at the waist.  Skirts and shorts must be finger-tip length or longer.  Students may not be wearing any mid-drift apparel.  Anything too revealing including spaghetti straps, visible underclothing and tank tops are not allowed.  All tops must have a least 3” fingers on the shoulder.  Students in violation of the dress code will be asked to change.  If the student does not have a change of clothing, we will call home to have clothes brought.  Students will remain in ISI while waiting for a change of clothes.  Repeat offenders will have progressive discipline.  Thanks for your cooperation.  We want you to enjoy the nice weather but stay appropriate while at school. (C Eichner, 6/6)

    Seniors? Undecided about life after graduation? Apprentice programs are still open and include lots of “earn while you learn” options. There are still colleges and universities accepting freshmen for this fall and you can still apply for financial aid! Need assistance? Visit Ms. Fulmer in the Career Center! (N Fulmer, 6/12)

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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