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Renaissance Charter School, Inc.

Renaissance Charter School, Inc. was founded by a diverse group of Florida based individuals, concerned with the option of quality school choice for families and students in Florida. The intent was to provide a first rate academic school option for students and families. Currently the Board has evolved to the members listed below. Each member is a proud Florida based, business and/or community supporter with hopes and visions for a continued and evolving, academically successful Charter School. The Board is responsible for the legal and financial obligations, establishes policy consistent with the School’s mission, and ensures that the programs and operations of the School are faithful to the terms of the charter.

For more information, or if you have any questions, please email us.

Renaissance Charter School, Inc. Board of Directors

  • Ken Haiko, Chairman
  • Dennis P Clark, Vice Chair/Secretary
  • Thomas P. Wheeler, Director
  • Margaret Wells, Treasurer
  • John O’Brien, Director
  • Shane Strum, Director

For accessibility assistance with the pdfs below, please contact the school.

HAAS Annual Budget

2017 Budget Elementary School (pdf)
2017 Budget Middle School (pdf)

HAAS Annual Audit

Annual Audit 2017 Elementary School (pdf)

Annual Audit 2017 Middle School (pdf)

HAAS Academic Performance

2016-2017 Elementary School Grade: A
2016-2017 Middle School Grade: A

2016-2017 Academic Performance for Elementary and Middle School
FL D.O.E. School Grades (opens new window)

School Public Accountability Report (opens new window)

Hollywood Academy of Arts & Sciences, K-5 Parent Liaison:

Cynthia Gwyn
1705 Van Buren Street
Hollywood, FL 33020
(954) 925-6404
cgwyn@hollywoodcharter.org

Hollywood Academy of Arts & Sciences, 6-8 Parent Liaison:

Johna Giordano Zapata
1705 Van Buren Street
Hollywood, FL 33020
(954) 925-6404
jgiordano@hollywoodcharter.org

Parent Grievance Procedures

If a parent has a grievance or complaint, please follow the process below:

  1. Seek to resolve the problem with the teacher, if applicable.
  2. If problem is not resolved, meet with school administration via an appointment.
  3. If still unresolved, please contact School Support, CSUSA at 954-202-3500.