Rensaissance Charter High School for Innovation
- Public, Charter
- NEW YORK, NY
Rensaissance Charter High School for Innovation Reviews
Rating 3.45 out of 5 53 reviews
love this school so much. Currently a senior at this school. The staff is great, everyone is easy to speak to.
What i like about the school is that it care about its students. Also the school is really into celebrating accomplishments. to continue the school allows you to be yourself without bullies or complaints. Lastly the teacher make sure that all student pass and they encourage you ti do your best even when you feel like giving up.
Me gusto mucho mi experiencia en Innovation, además de ser una estudiante allegada de otro país, ellos se esforzaron porque yo tuviera el mejor ultimo año de escuela. Aprendí rápido el inglés, me permitieron jugar en el equipo de volleyball, me gradué con diplomas en honor roll, Y me ayudaron a aplicar a universidades.
Renaissance Charter High School for Innovation is a great school. While it is on the east side of Harlem it is very diverse and has people from all walks of life. The teachers are very convivial and are always willing to help with any problem you have.
Really good school to make friends and learn yup that sounds weird lol. There are many people and things you can learn about and there are actually people that care and are actually there when you need them most.
At first I didn’t really like the school but then it started to grow on me. If your looking for a small school where you can build a relationship with your teachers than this is the school for you.
It’s a good school and friendly they have more opportunities and resources for students to graduate early
Innovation has helped me grow as a student and person. The teachers are like a family who are always there for you academically and emotionally even when you don't need them. They are there for you even past graduation. The diversity of the students is large it helps us learn amazing new cultures and interact with new people. Innovation has taken students like me around the world despite their budgets to learn new innovative things outside the ordinary classroom. I would not be ahead without Innovations support.
This school has many different clubs and they are all relevant and fun. The most popular club is the culinary club because most people enjoy cooking ans tasting food.
The teachers in this school are very helpful to students. They are always available for students who are struggling. Also, Their teaching skills are very helpful for students.
Baked chicken needs to be completely cooked. Fries are usually still frozen in the middle. Cafeteria needs to be cleaned well.
This is my last year. I can't complain too much, except that as the years have progressed, it seems anyone can attend the school.
School is okay. I don't like the idea of multiple schools in one building. Most areas are okay. The restrooms should be kept cleaner, the cafeteria as well.
We are at first name basis and most teachers are friendly; maybe too friendly to the point where most students don't take them serious enough. Most teachers care to stay after school if you need help.
Mostly everyone get along. Most people have a "group" they hang out with, but it's not like based on race or ethnicity, it's basically you get along with that person and they become part of your "hangout" group. I personally haven't experienced peer pressure. I feel pretty much accepted and have many friends.
We have a lot of sports available to us, including soccer, volley ball, baseball, etc. There's also art, photography, yoga. Innovation also has girls groups where we get advice, resources, counseling, etc. Innovation has something to offer everyone.
I've never had to go to the school nurse. The Sch. Safety Teams address bullying when need be. I feel safe in the school building because I know most everyone, otherwise, I probably wouldn't feel as safe. I don't particularly like several schools in one building, but I've never had a problem.