Renton School District 300 SW 7th St, Renton, WA98057 The Renton School District spans 32.5 square miles and includes 14,000 enrolled students from pre-kindergarden through…More 12th grade. There are 13 elementary schools, three middle schools, four comprehensive high schools, two alternative high schools and an early childhood learning center. The community is a strong supporter of the school district through school levies, which account for 25% of the district's budget. For more than 20 years, the community has consistently approved school levies.
Renton High School 400 S 2nd St, Renton, WA98057 Renton High School has a campus on land formerly inhabited by the Duwamish Indian Tribe, which is why the school…More symbol is an Indian. In addition to athletics, RHS offers a multitude of extracurricular activities from dance and drama to debate and DECA.
Lindbergh High School 16426 128th Ave SE, Renton, WA98058 Lindbergh High School educates more than 1,200 and was founded two years prior to the death of its namesake, aviator…More Charles Lindbergh. Its mascot is the eagle, and the school has the Lindbergh bell that was gifted to the school by the community contributions, mostly from Lindbergh Booster Club members. A display near the school's main office includes Lindbergh memorabilia.
Hazen High School 1101 Hoquiam Ave NE, Renton, WA98059 Originally built in 1968, Hazen High School underwent an extensive remodeling process from 2000 through 2005. During…More that time the old landmark smokestack was removed and the much-anticipated auditorium as built. The school is named in honor of Oliver M. Hazen, who served as the Renton School District superintendent from 1936 to 1966. The school offers a variety of seasonal sports teams throughout the year.
This location is the main business office for the Renton School District. It is the place to contact for information…More about the district, its administration the school board, employment and any other district related issues.</p>
<p>The Renton School District serves approximately 14,000 students. There are 13 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 3 comprehensive high schools and 2 alternative high schools. It employs approximately 1700 certified and classified employees.</p>
Lindbergh High School Memorial Scholarship Fund P.O. Box 60092, Renton, WA98059 The Lindbergh High School Memorial Scholarship Fund is a nonprofit organization that accepts monetary donations and then…More awards scholarships to graduating seniors of Lindbergh High School. The fund been around for more than 30 years, and donations may be made via mail.
Renton Christian School 15711 152nd Ave SE, Renton, WA98058 Renton Christian School provides a traditional Christian-based curriculum founded on academics and ecumenical studies.…More Students study history, language arts, history, math, science and religion. Children can start at the pre-school level, learning the fundamentals, and continue at the school all the way through junior high. The school also offers child care services for children aged 4 weeks to 1 year, as well as summer courses and before- and after-school programs. Enrollment information is available on the Renton Christian School website.
Nelsen Middle School 2403 Jones Ave S, Renton, WA98055 Nelsen Middle School prepares 6th, 7th and 8th grade students for the rigors of Lindbergh High School. In addition to…More the core academic program, students may participate in extracurricular activities from chess club and drama to unicycling and ASB. The school's library webpage offers a portal into teacher's classrooms, further research and student's individual grades.
Sierra Heights Elementary School 2501 Union Ave NE, Renton, WA98059 Sierra Heights Elementary School offers a unique physical education program, school library and a 20-to-1…More student-teacher ratio. In the fourth grade, students may participate in a highly popular unicycle program. Sierra Heights is located in a quiet residential neighborhood.