Renton Prep is a private Christian-based school made up of students from Kindergarten Prep through 10th grade.
As an intentional small school Renton Prep limits enrollment and serves 140 competitively selected students from 26 nations and 12 faith traditions. Its diverse community of researchers and learners reflects our unified commitment to offering a globally connected, researched-based learning environment with an emphasis in STEM and Fine Arts.
Renton Prep is the first K-12 school in the U.S. to be named a Microsoft Flagship School, of which there are only 17 in the world. This aids faculty in implementing evidence-based cirriculum and provides students with the opportunity to collaborate with students & professionals from all over the globe.
It is a learner-centered, digital device blended learning environment known for its research-based implementation of Harvard University's "Mind, Brain and Education" philosophy of learning.
School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Student Body Type
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
Number of AP Courses
Classroom Dress Code
Student designed uniforms
Student designed uniforms
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
financial aid available
% on Financial Aid
Average Financial Aid Grant
National avg.: 85%
Dr. David-Paul Zimmerman
- As a research-based educational environment, Renton Prep has a global reach and draws students committed to entering college their junior year in high school. Students co-create their learning design plans that exceed all Washington State requirements. All 8th graders capable of high school level work are encouraged to complete as many high school level courses as they believe they can successfully complete and may receive full high school credit for classes taken and completed.
- Students typically take 20 or more field trips a year, attending the Seattle Opera, Ballet, Shakespeare, 5th Avenue and Paramount Theater productions.
- This private-public partnership with the City of Renton leases several floors of the 7 story building that once housed the Renton City Hall. It is located in downtown Renton, on the banks of the Cedar River. Set in a 20 acre community owned site, Renton Prep offers access to playfields, outdoor tennis and basketball courts and a skateboard park as well as 2 indoors gyms, weight and exercise rooms, dance studio, performing arts center, and a 24 mile asphalt running and biking trail. .
Source: Verified school update
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Renton Prep Christian: Microsoft's First US K-12 Flagship School Participant cost?
Renton Prep Christian: Microsoft's First US K-12 Flagship School Participant's tuition is approximately $17,400 for private students.
What is the acceptance rate of Renton Prep Christian: Microsoft's First US K-12 Flagship School Participant?
The acceptance rate of Renton Prep Christian: Microsoft's First US K-12 Flagship School Participant is 13%, which is lower than the national average of 85%. Renton Prep Christian: Microsoft's First US K-12 Flagship School Participant's acceptance rate is ranked among the top private schools in Washington with low acceptance rates.
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