They're all here for different reasons. Some made a concerted choice to follow a different path. Some had dreams of what life could be, and traditional school got in the way. Still others needed a second chance, or an opportunity to move at their own pace. For most Renaissance High School students, a combination of these things is true. Our students are driving an educational revolution. They learn at the time, place, path, and pace that enable them to be successful. They've discovered their potential and built their dreams. Now they've also found the way to get there. There is an alternative.
Andersonville Elementary School students and staff were recently surprised with a $1,200 grant for Academic Service Learning (ASL) projects from ITC Michigan.
Thanks to everyone who explored the great outdoors over the holiday break and shared their #WinterWolves photos with us!
The world is so small, and we are all connected. When we seek to understand the diverse cultures around us, we are closer to making everyone feel like they are truly home for the holidays.
Congratulations to CHS Drama Club Troupe 803 for their outstanding performance at the Michigan Thespian Festival December 13-14 in Detroit.
Clarkston Community Schools Transportation Department's 16th Annual Stuff-A-Bus to support Lighthouse of Oakland County doubles 2018 effort!
The Clarkston Community Schools Transportation Department's 17th annual Stuff-A-Bus is coming up this weekend, Dec. 14-15.
We are pleased to welcome Mr. Gary Bigger as the principal of Renaissance High School.
Christa Fons, former director at Renaissance High School, is the new director of shared services.
As a result of last year's strategic planning, we've spent the past several months digging deeper into data and looking at the quantifiable information that helps us tell our story.