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Welcome to Renton High School


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
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We are excited to once again offer the Youth for Parks Winter Workshop Series. This program is for King County high schoolers interested in learning about careers and environmental topics related to parks and public lands. The program participants will also contribute to a group project to create a recruitment video for our Youth Conservation Corps.

The program will take place each Saturday in March at two different locations in White Center. Participants will receive a $250 Visa gift card after completing the program.

If you partner with any youth-serving organizations or know any teens, please share! The application is due on Sunday, February 6.

The application can be completed online. A printable application (pdf) is also available and can be dropped off or returned to the Teen Center at Steve Cox Memorial Park in White Center at:

1321 SW 102nd St
Seattle, WA 98146

Health and Safety protocols for 2021-2022 School Year

Safely returning to in-person instruction is a priority for all of us. We all play a part in returning to school safely and staying healthy all year. We are implementing layered prevention strategies to keep everyone healthy, especially those not yet able to receive a COVID vaccine.  

We have layered safety mitigation and prevention measures aligned to Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and Governor Jay Inslee's recent directives.

Federal and state health officials remind us that getting the COVID-19 vaccine can protect you from getting sick and helps prevent severe COVID-related illness, hospitalizations, and death.

School preventative measures for the coming school year include:

  • face coverings (in school and on school bus transportation)
  • physical distancing
  • improved ventilation
  • handwashing
  • cleaning & disinfecting
  • staying home when sick

Currently, there is no state requirement for COVID vaccines or routine testing of school district employees or students, and daily attestations are no longer required.

*We continue to monitor guidance from the Department of Health and the state education office to determine if changes regarding in-person instruction need to occur.

Read all of our plan at

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