Renton School District

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Renton School District 403 is a public school district serving Renton, Washington, USA and southern portions of the adjacent cities of Seattle, Bellevue, and Newcastle.[citation needed] As of May 2011, the district has an enrollment of 14,371 students.[1]

Schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Benson Hill Elementary
  • Bryn Mawr Elementary
  • Campbell Hill Elementary
  • Cascade Elementary
  • Hazelwood Elementary
  • Highlands Elementary
  • Honeydew Elementary
  • Kennydale Elementary
  • Lakeridge Elementary
  • Maplewood Heights Elementary
  • Renton Park Elementary
  • Sierra Heights Elementary
  • Talbot Hill Elementary
  • Tiffany Park Elementary

Other schools[edit]

  • Meadow Crest Early Learning Center
  • Griffin Home (6-12)
  • Renton Academy (K-12)
  • Sartori Education Center
  • Virtual High School
  • HOME Program

Renton Memorial Stadium[edit]

Renton Memorial Stadium is owned and operated by the district for use by its high schools. It is located at 405 Logan Avenue N. in Renton, near Renton High School and includes an all-weather artificial turf field surrounded by an all-weather track. The facility has covered seating for 5,500 and parking for 1,000 vehicles.[2][3] The stadium was constructed in 1948 and in 2011 a $7 million renovation project was undertaken.[4][5] The new design calls for a lighting system with adjustable lights that can illuminate the stands in the various colors of the schools that use the facility as their home field.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Renton School District Report Card 2010-11. Retrieved 2011-10-18
  2. ^ 2001 Renton Stadium, USCAA web site (retrieved 28 March 2008)
  3. ^ High School Stadium Guide, Seattle Times web site (retrieved 23 May 2010)
  4. ^ Renton Reporter article, January 20, 2011. Retrieved 2011-10-18
  5. ^ Renton Schools news release, August 23, 2011. Retrieved 2011-1018
  6. ^ Architects’ webpage. Retrieved 2011-10-18

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Coordinates: 47°28′27″N 122°13′14″W / 47.47417°N 122.22056°W / 47.47417; -122.22056