February marks Black History Month and at RHP & Renaissance Schools we incorporate Black History into our curriculum for all grades and classes, not just in February but throughout the year. Take a look at some of the important topics our Faculty are sharing with our students. Original Art Work by student Ian A., ‘21
News & Announcements
We are extremely pleased to highlight our individualized approach to education with a soul in this week's issue of The Argonaut. Check it out!
Fifteen students were recognized with a total of twenty-three awards by the regional Scholastic Art and Writing competition.
On February 10 at 4:00 PM, Dr. Karen Wilson will present "Social and Emotional Factors that Influence Academic Performance: What You Can Do To Help." This session will explore the effects of social-emotional factors in conjunction with academic performance.
Watch either a trailer or a full-length video of RHP and Ren students highlighting their experiences at the conference!
In February, RHP and Renaissance will be hosting admission-oriented chats focusing on the admission process, our schools, and the family experience.
Congratulations to sophomores Nate Goldberg and Cait Smith for placing first place in video and second place in drawing at the San Pedro Art Association Student Art Competition
Join Dr. Pantea Hannauer on Wednesday, January 27, at 4:00 PM, as she provides clarity on the topic of autism and dispels recurring myths and misconceptions regarding a diagnosis.
Rita Eichenstein, PhD, and Jane Tavyev, MD, will present "Pandemic Brain: Are We Experiencing and Evolutionary Shift?" This discussion will examine the effects of the pandemic on child development using composite profiles of children from their clinical practice.
We are pleased to be featured in this month's issue of Southbay Magazine, providing an in-depth exploration of our successes with distance and virtual learning. You may read the entire article online by clicking "Southbay Magazine - From a Distance" above.