Renaissance High School For The Arts

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235 E 8th St

Long Beach, CA 90813

(562) 901-0168

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Grades: 9 - 12

School Type: Public

Student Enrollment: 532

Students Per Teacher: 28

Parent Reviews

18 Parent Reviews for Renaissance High School For The Arts

Renaissance school of the arts is a great choice for children interested in the arts as well as a great education.

Posted by a parent on 08/09/13

My daughter has not missed a day of school here. She loves it so much that she goes every day. We have a drive to get her there but it is so worth it. To have a school that your child loves so much she never wants to miss a day tells a story all by itself. I wish all the school would copy this school ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 11/01/11

We have a senior at CAMS and a freshman at Renaissance, #1 & #2 in LBUSD API scores respectively. The difference between the two couldn't be more pronounced. CAMS is fraught with unnecessarily stressful situations for the students, not from the curriculum, but rather from a certain lack of involvement ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 06/03/11

Renaissance is a relatively young high school - started in the fall of 2004. My daughter was a member of that first class graduating in 2008. I have another daughter that is graduating in 2011. From the start , I could tell the school was special. Teachers, administrators and support staff were then ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 03/29/11

Renaissance truly is a gem of a school! The small community of students who love artistic expression, encouraging teachers who know and support the kids, and a principal who is completely on his game make this the place to go! Renaissance had the highest API scores of any high school in Long Beach ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 03/24/11

Great for Art students, hard to get into. They only accepted 150 kids this year, my daughter did not get in. Oh well. They also have a special program for teenage moms and their kids, don't know if that's good or bad.

Posted by a parent on 02/02/11

I am a freshmen at renaissance and i absolutely love it there! yes it is small but that doesnt matter to me. At least you dont get lost:)

Posted by a student on 11/07/09

im currently a freshmen at RHSA. it's a small school therefore each student gets more attention, academic and art wise. they have a really great curriculum and they offer bunch of art opportunities that other long beach schools don't offer. like piano, theater, dance etc...

Posted by a student on 10/25/08

This is the jewel of LBUSD. I am so happy with all of the support for students, the rigorous curriculum, the awesome teachers... and great students and parents too! The talent is amazing!! You must see one of their productions or visit their gallery.

Posted by a parent on 09/26/08

I am a student at RHSA and i absolutley love it!

Posted by a student on 12/03/07

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Long Beach schools — Renaissance High School For The Arts is located at 235 E 8th St, Long Beach CA 90813. 235 E 8th St is in the 90813 ZIP code in Long Beach, CA The school district for Renaissance High School For The Arts is the Long Beach Unified School District. Renaissance High School For The Arts is a Public school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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