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Lindbergh High School
16426 128th Ave SE, Renton, WA 98058
Lindbergh High School educates more than 1,200 and was founded two years prior to the death of its namesake, aviatorMore 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.
Lindbergh High School Memorial Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 60092, Renton, WA 98059
The Lindbergh High School Memorial Scholarship Fund is a nonprofit organization that accepts monetary donations and thenMore 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.
Nelsen Middle School
2403 Jones Ave S, Renton, WA 98055
Nelsen Middle School prepares 6th, 7th and 8th grade students for the rigors of Lindbergh High School. In addition toMore 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.
Lindbergh Pool
16740 128th Ave SE, Renton, WA 98058
The Lindbergh Pool is a public pool that is owned and operated by the Renton School District, but is available for useMore by all residents of Renton. The complex is comprised of a shallow pool that is 4.5’ deep and 35’ x 42’ and a six-lane lap pool that is 4.5’ to 11’ deep and 25 yards long. Both pools are heated to eighty-five degrees. There are stairs, ladders and a hydraulic lift to help swimmers in and out of the pool. The pool is used for group and private swimming lessons, open swim, water exercise classes, lap swimming, diving, competitive lessons and high school swim team use. There is also a water slide, a diving board, a rope swing and a water walkway. The pool is available to rent for all types of private parties and events.
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