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  • Counseling Corner

    Attention parents and students: Counselors will no longer be advising students based on grade-level. Starting 2nd quarter, we will be will be switching to a last name-based system that will help provide more individual-based support to your student. To help support this transition, please see the new breakdown in counselor assignments here, under contact information, and how it will relate to your student. Please read Pricipal San Martin's letter to better understand why this change is taking place.


    FamilyID is now open to register for Winter sports!

    Athletic/ASB office is clearing athletes from 10/23/17 - 11/21/17. Please make sure you have registered online on FamilyID. Registration times will be during both lunches and after school until 2:30p only! If you are a running start student, home schooled, or attend another school, additional paperwork is needed and can be found on FamilyID. Athletes must meet RSD 2.0 and WIAA requirements (passing 5 of 6 classes) to be eligible to participate in contests.


    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. 


    RHS PTSA Presents: Parent Resource Workshop Series

    Join us during our scheduled Renton High School PTSA meeting to hear from Jamalia Jones, Program Manager at YouthSource on November 6th at 6:30p in the commons. She and her team will be sharing different resources available to you and your students from YouthSource Renton and WorkSource Renton. Click here for more info!

Daily Announcements

  • Renton High School Bell Schedules

    Monday, November 20, 2017

     

    Daily Announcements:

    No Lunches will be served today. School is out at 10:15a today!

     

    1. November is Native American History Month. Billy Frank Jr is a Nisqually Tribal member, who fought endlessly for fishing rights of Native American Tribes in Western Washington.  Frank was arrested more than 50 times during the Fish Wars in the 1960’s & 1970’s.  His activism led the struggle to the Supreme courts where the Boldt Decision helped reestablish the fishing treaties between the government and local tribes. (Neu, 11/20)

     

    1. Seniors, get money to pay for your post-secondary education! During Parent/Teacher conferences Today! Attend with your parent/guardian to finish your FAFSA/WASFA between 1-7:30 pm! Check-out the Career Center website, financial aid tab, for documents required to complete FAFSA/WASFA. Attending seniors who complete FAFSA/WASFA will be entered for their chance to win a Kindle or tablet. (Fulmer, 11/20)

     

    1. Attention athletes, grade checks are due this Wednesday, by 10:00p. (Dewey, 11/22)

     

    1. Want a career in the medical or dental profession? On December 2, attend a career panel and networking opportunity to connect with representatives from various medical fields, volunteer organizations and colleges. Pre-register by November 30 and be entered in for a chance to win one of two $500 scholarship! Details on the Career Center Events Calendar. (Fulmer, 12/1)

     

    1. Attention RHS Seniors! Your 20 hours of community service is due by December 1st. (Wetzel, 12/1)

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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