Every Tuesday after school in the Renaissance High School media center, six students discuss Bible scriptures and politics in a Christian faith group.
Despite an apparent lack of fan support, Renaissance High School’s boys’ soccer team managed a 4-1-2 season, after winning district and losing division games.
Renaissance High School’s girls cross country team placed second behind the King Crusaders in the city championship at Bell Isle against eight other teams, one week before Regionals. Two RHS athletes placed first and second in the 3.1 mile race, finishing in the top 20, earning All-City titles.
Renaissance High School band plans on heading to Canada this fall to perform in the Santa Claus Parade. RHS is participating in the parade for its third year. The parades take place in cities such as Windsor, Amherstburg, Kingsville, and Essex.
Detroit Public Theater engaged Renaissance High School early October in a series of classroom workshops and two full productions of Dominique Morisseau’s “Detroit ’67,” in an opportunity to reflect and reexamine the city’s conditions.
To be properly represented in a video game as an actually strong, relatable character is truly uplifting.
Her largest wish for people who look like her is for them to have confidence. Viveka Borum, a 36-year-old professor at Spelman College was used to being the only Black Woman in the room and never imagined being in the position she is in now.
Death is inevitable, and those in yearbook and newspaper are given the task of deciding how to appropriately report deaths within the student body. Current RHS seniors have grieved four peers’ deaths, due to accidents, sickness and suicide.
RHS and other DPSCD students received acceptance letters from University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in December.