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  • Seniors, It's Not Too Late

    Order you cap, gown and graduation accesory items online from National Achiever. For any questions, comments, or concerns about caps and gowns, please reach out to National Achiever. They can be reached at NationalAchieverOrders@gmail.com or be called at (425) 357-1338.


    2019 Senior Graduation Guide

    Please click here to see information regarding senior requirements and important dates for the upcoming 2019 graduation. Please read the document in full. If there are any questions, please visit or call the main office at 425-204-3401.


    Dress Code

    Students and families, please be reminded that even though the weather is warming up, our school dress code is still enforced. All students need to please refrain from wearing spaghetti straps, tube tops and anything showing midriffs. Shorts, dresses, and skirts need to be school appropriate in length. For a 1st offense, students will get a warning. For a 2nd offense, students will be asked to go home and change clothes. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact school administration for further clarification!


    Incoming 2019-2020 9th Graders!

    Dear families, please make sure to visit our 8th-grade registration information located on our website via the counseling tab. As this part of the registration process will be concluding, we can move to get to know each other and form a school-family relationship that will extend to four-years of services leading to graduation on time. For that purpose, we are cordially inviting you to our second year of “ Tea with our Counselors and Administrators” sessions. At RHS, we believe in personalizing our incoming 9th grader meetings as we like to use the time to address questions within the intimacy of smaller groups. This will give you and/or your child an opportunity to discuss items such as graduation requirements, elective opportunities, IB classes, RHS clubs/sports, etc. We are so excited that your student will be attending RHS. Please do not hesitate to contact our counseling office with any questions you may have at 425-204-3475!


    Online Registration Instructions for 2019-2020 Students

    Please click here to view newly released instructions on how current RHS students can request courses for the 2019-2020 school year! Upperclassmen will get priority and there are NO guarantees for class placement. Counselors will be meeting with students in the Commons on March 15th and 22nd for any students needing help!


    Catch the latest stories & posts this past month from the Renton Arrow!

    Click to read Renton Arrow's latest newsletter to go to the Renton Arrow site where you can find the latest stories and posts from our students!



Daily Announcements

  • Renton High School Trimester Bell Schedules

    May 21, 2019

    Daily Announcements:

    1. May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Cristeta (Kris-teh-tuh) Comerford (Cuh-mer-furd) is a Filipina-American chef who has been the Executive White House chef since being appointed by Laura Bush in 2005. She is both the first female Executive Chef and the first person of non-European descent to hold this position. (CN, 5/31)

     

    1. Prom tickets are on sale now! This week’s prices are $35 with ASB and $40 without. The last day of ticket sales will be Wednesday, May 22nd! (SC, 5/22)

     

    1. Attention all Boys Track & Field athletes, please stop by Coach Winmill’s room in 328 to turn in your track uniform either today or tomorrow. Fines will go out next week for any missing items. (LW, 5/22)

     

    1. There will be a Parent/Player football meeting on Thursday at 6:30p in the cafeteria and all paperwork needs to be turned in by Friday to participate on Tuesday. (GL, 5/23)

     

    1. Do you enjoy winning? Do you enjoy competition? Do you enjoy great times? If yes, then pick one teammate and sign up for our first ever Renton High SpikeBall Tournament, hosted by Mr. Brown and Mr. Willecke. Don’t know what Spikeball is? YouTube it and see for yourself or come ask Mr. Brown or Mr. Willecke for a tutorial. The tournament will take place on Friday, June 7th after school at 2:15pm on the softball field next to the Auxiliary Gym. The winning team will receive a $50 gift card. Make sure you and your teammate sign up on the signup sheet next to Mr. Willecke’s office in the gym hallway in order to be entered into the tournament. (JB, 5/31)

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.

  • Key Dates

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