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PK-8
Public charter
Port St. Lucie, FL
Students enrolled: 1,278
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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300 Northwest Cashmere Boulevard
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

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(772) 344-5982
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November 25, 2014
Things are a little better with new principal. Including the car loop. Everything seems more organized. My kids are happy. Communication is great between teachers and parents in elementary, but not as great with middle school. One thing it needs immediate attention is the before school program. It's painful leaving my kids there so early. The lady who is there is so mean, she never smile! I don't even understand why she is there. Obviously doesn't have love for the kids. I can almost say, she hates them. I'm trying to find other alternative for before school, because seriously I feel terrible leaving the kids there.

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2014
My son started there last year for Kindergarden and his teacher was so amazing! He was not able to read when he started and within a few months he was reading me books. He has grown so much. The staff is great, every time I had a question they always answered with no problems. I was able to email my sons teacher throughout the year and she always responded. My son was so upset at the end of the year b/s he would not have his teacher anymore. I hope 1st grade is just as good. He is returning so lets see how this year goes !!!!! But overall, you will hear mixed reviews. everyone is different. But in my opinion this is a good school.

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2014
My child spent 1 year at Renaissance in 1st grade 2013. I was hopeful with a new principal the school would have the potential to be great. Reading the recent reviews it makes my heart sad. We should be inspiring our next generation to love learning and succeed in life. Last year was our first year homeschooling and I have to say the best decision we ever made. In Renaissance my child lacked to desire to learn and dropped well below grade level. Last year was a positive experience all around and he is working well above grade level and learning about things that actually interest him. While I understand homeschooling is not a possibility for everyone really research the school you are going to send your children to. Our children are our future and they deserve the best. I have a teaching degree and taught for many years so I understand first hand teaching is a challenging underpaid profession. If you do not have a love of children and a desire to motive them in a positive way, do not consider teaching ! Unfortunately most the teachers at Renaissance just seemed to be going through the motions for a pay check ! Hope this is helpful for others.

- submitted by a parent
July 01, 2014
I've been a student at this school for two years, going on my third, and I've got to say that I don't really have the most pleasant things to say about it. The first year I started at this school was in 6th grade. The first year was acceptable and the teachers were nice. They taught you, you could go to them if you had issues, they actually cared. Now in 7th grade, things went downhill. We got a new principal and assistant principal. Only 2 of my 7 teachers actually cared and taught us. The rest were laughable. Teachers that were good got fired or quit. I lost 4 teachers this year, and if I wasn't in Cambridge, I would've lost five. They take months to get a new teacher, or they don't at all, and the subs can't teach. The Cambridge program is a complete joke and they pretty much let anyone in who applies and don't go by the standards. The assistant principal got fired for cursing at children, and other one left. They got a new one on the last day of school. The only reason I'm coming back is because this is only school that teaches geometry in middle school around me, and my math teacher is the only good teacher I have. The elementary part is good, but I say you leave before middle

- submitted by a community member
June 06, 2014
Everything looks shiny and perfect on the surface, but it's a hot mess underneath. Two out of three administrators left since the new principal took over. There has always been high turnover but this year took the cake. While most of the teachers at the school are wonderful, dedicated professionals, they are not valued by the company, or the current principal. Teachers are given a ridiculous amount of non-instructional work to do that detracts from the time they have to plan and prepare for lessons. The company is more concerned with what's posted on the walls in the classroom than they are with the quality of lessons taking place. They do not provide sufficient instructional resources (textbooks, etc). I had 12 science textbooks for a class of 25 students. Their Cambridge program is a total joke. They don't provide any of the student materials recommended for use by Cambridge, leaving teachers to beg, borrow, and steal to get a hold of materials referenced in the official syllabi. Bottom line is this is a FOR PROFIT company that is more concerned with having every seat filled than they are with the quality of education provided to the students they service.

- submitted by a teacher
June 04, 2014
The behind the scenes workings of this school is ridiculous. They can't keep teachers because the good teachers refuse to do what they tell us because it doesn't help anyone: "red carpet service to keep enrollment up. Every child should get a B and if they fail a test, just give them the same test over and over till they get at least a B. We need to keep parents and students happy so do what it takes." These poor kids are just being pushed through because there is no real oversight. The teachers are bogged down with so much extra work that there is no time for any real teaching. This is the issue with a for-profit school: they are great salesmen and will tell you whatever you need to hear. We were constantly being told that if we don't get and keep enrollment up, our salaries would be effected. I wouldn't let my daughter go to this school!

- submitted by a teacher
April 02, 2014
Communication with teachers and admin is non-existent without constantly leaving somewhat threatening messages to pull my son from the school. Security is ridiculous. I have taught my son everything he needs to know. The school is a babysitting service. I wish there were better options open to my family but zoning and wait lists leave my son stuck here. I was under the misguided impression that this charter school would teach beyond the bounds of the district. Well, they teach far less than I know other kids are learning in county schools . We are stuck for now. If you have other options, exercise them. I used to stat involved with the school but realized that after 5 consecutive years , they just don't care. There is definitely a clique mentality and I'm not about to kiss butt to feel welcomed. In the mean time, still supplying the classroom with everything from pencils and paper to snacks . Laughable.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2014
Great School. Amazing staff and the tools they offer the children are amazing. A plus all around in my opinion

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2014
New administration !!!!!!!! They treat the parents and students like family. They have a O tolerance rule. Kids are taught to be respectful . Parents who care about their child will read with them and assure homework is done. However, parents who are lazy complain allot. This is a great school. Parents just need to learn to be parents and want their kids to be successful.

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2014
The best Charter school in Port Saint Lucie. Great professional environment. I am a happy parent.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2014
This school is terribly disorganized and they opened another mess in Tradition. No communication, no set rules. It starts at the top. Principal is horrible.

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2013
i attend in 8th grade and they dont care at all about us . i dont feel like im learing anything honestly . every teacher we have the students ethier the teacher quits or the gives up. the kids take over the class. they only care about elmentary. when i leave the school i want to have a postive feeling but when i feel im glad becuase maybe next i might get a decent education. some teachers dont care and some do care and the way they care just brings out the postive in the school. it just like that saying one bad apple ruins the batch. i feel that the teachers and adminatration should be more involvedin us .

- submitted by a community member
September 05, 2013
After three years at this school, I am thrilled to say we are now enrolled at a public school. Last year, my daughter was in second grade and had SEVEN teachers. Administration was no help stating this was a "staffing issue". That didn't help my child's benchmark scores from plummetting. There is so much turnover of teachers, teachers just up and leaving or getting fired during the school day and coming back to the classroom crying so that all the students knew. Now that is professional. Class sizes are extremely large. Theere is no greenspace. Recess and PE take place in the "airnasium" a.k.a. the parking lot. Car loop is a total disaster as they only bus to the red zone and it is a county wide school, so most students are driven in by parents. Parents must "volunteer" at least 20 hrs per child. Volunteering consists of donating supplies, snacks or money. I loved when they wanted parents to donate Duffys gift cards so that the teachers and employees could have a holiday party! There are almost all parents "volunteering" monitoring the cafeteria. It is a zoo! Do yourself a favor, research all your options before settling on this school. Wish I did.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2013
My experience last year was excellent, very good communication with the teacher, very good team. I like the teaching plan, is very modern. This school works well with parents who want to be involved.:)

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2013
My child started with Renaissance since Kinder and is now entering 4th grade. Last year was the 1st year we experienced a decent teacher. None of the schools on this district appeal to me, so I have remained in the school purely for a socializing/comfort factor (we have moved several times within the community and felt this offered some sanction or stability. I do not think anyone cares about my child at this school. I get stellar progress reports (ie: perfect scores in Spanish) yet, my child knows less now than he did before...homework is almost all on-line...we didn't have a home pc all of last year...I agree that the majority of teachers are inexperienced. I'll be considering homeschooling ASAP since I'm basically teaching my child everything anyway...

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2013
Terrible school! I agree with all the negative feedback here. Just pure chaos in the hallways, classrooms, lunchroom etc. Just can't believe how children are allowed to behave at this school. I moved my son from an excellent magnet school thinking it wouldn't be much different here and I've never been so wrong! Very sad Momma I was for making that call. I would absolutely consider a public school over this one any day. Thank goodness my hubby got a job offer in AL a couple months after my son started this school there was no way my son would've stayed in this school....

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2013
From my experience (1yr), there seems to be an invisible wall between me and the school. I feel no connection to anyone in the school. I think the SIS system is relied upon to heavily. I am a stay at home mom with a 3yr old but felt unwelcomed as a volunteer. The traditional school we attened previously was happy to get any help it could. I ended up having to "pay for snacks" to get volunteer hours...that defeats the purpose of parental involvement. The school advertises that each student has personal learning plan. I have NEVER seen my child's plan. And yes I asked to see it, but why should I have to ask...it should have been given to me in September. I'm not even going to discuss the car loop. I don't think this is a bad school...I just expected more....alot more. The homework was not challenging at all. The art/spanish/music classes are only half a year not the entire year (for elementary) I am not out to down the school but I'm not out singing its praises either.

- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2013
RUN for the hills! Middle school is horrible to say the least, students rule the classrooms disruptive behavior is non stop daily, cursing at teachers, leaving classrooms etc... Poor teachers have NO support from administration and have their hands tied to put up with students disgusting behavior. Feel sorry for teachers who wish to teach and can't. Administration sweeps everything under the rug and throughout entire school year has allowed student behavioral issues to continue. I would NOT recommend this school for 6th thru 8th grade to anyone. I am so THANKFUL this is my childs last year.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2013
Administration is abhorant. Lack of communication is the norm. Calls and emails go unreturned. School is understaffed with no intention of increasing (23 children is the average for the younger grades..St. Lucie school board sets the limit at 18, and every school in our area tries to truly keep it at 16 max, most being 15. The new Renaissance is slated to open in Tradition and Iwas hoping that this would mean less crowded classrooms with 2 schools in the area--WRONG! Per USA Charters their classroom size for K-3 is 23 students. I asked how many teachers would ther be for these grades---their answer. We don't know yet--it depends on how many kids are enrolled. They will be 22-23 per class and THEN they will hire teachers to match that. 1 Guidance counselor at RCSSL for 1300+ students, adn I assume Tradition will be the same. Such great hope and possibliites with this school, but all for not. Lots and LOTS of bullying issues, no consistent rules (I still have YET to receive a parent handbook even after requesting multiple times!), horrible horrible horrible. I am so saddend we made this choice and can't wait to leave!

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2013
RCSSLC has great teachers who challenge students daily. The teachers are dedicated and go above and beyond their job description. The administration are amazing individuals and they go out of their way to support their teachers and staff, and work daily at building relationships with the students. The teachers are creative in their teaching styles, and assignments. They are helpful to the students and encourage them to their goals and go beyond their learning comfort zone. I am very happy with our decision to have our children in this school.

- submitted by a teacher
April 19, 2013
RCSSL is a dynamic school that serves a diverse student body and stake holders. We are not only accountable to our administration and CSUSA, we are also accountable to our governing board, the community, our Parent Teacher Committee and most of all our students. Although, some situations are not ideal for some, I cannot think of a better place to teach. Students begin from early grades and grow into intelligent, friendly, and outspoken young men and ladies. Our school cultivates a culture of respect. Our children grow up together in a small community and welcomes those who join. As you may read below, not everyone adjusts well to the high expectations and rigor needed to teach a vast student body within the school and classrooms, so they move on to schools with a different philosophy and mission. The rest of us TEACH. We are a school of choice. Our students were brought to us by their parents who entrust their learning and development to us. Parents who pledge to work along with the teachers and volunteer at least 20 hours each year. My colleagues and I take this very seriously. We are all change agents. I am proud of my school. Nobody does what we do better than we do.

- submitted by a teacher
April 19, 2013
This is my daughter's 2nd year at this school and my son's 1st. So far every teacher they have had including Specials teachers have been amazing. They are hardworking and do everything they can when there are issues. I have to say, that even though the teachers have been amazing, the administration staff has not. The front office staff is rude, disrespectful and down right nasty. Every time I have to call for something, the attitude on the other end of the line is completely uncalled for. "They" have even gone as far as to yell at me in front of other parents about a document I was requesting. If the school had new admin staff and better discipline actions in place I think it would be great as a whole. Parent involvement is urged, but there is also the option to "buy" out of your volunteer hours by donating $10 for every hour to the school (and I'm not just talking about donating items to the classroom). That kind of defeats the purpose. Purchasing items for class is great and should be done, but the parents should have to do hours at the school also.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2013
I left one charter school to come to this one....I have not been given a reason to second guess that choice once! I have been lucky with the teachers so far and my child is growing and doing better all the time. He got two 5's on FCAT. I have met one of the most dedicated and student involved teachers of my life and am grateful my son had her as a teacher! I only give out fours because there is always room for improvement.

- submitted by a parent
March 12, 2013
This school isn't all it's cracked up to be. The teachers and staff are dedicated and hard-working, but the administration is suspect. Be careful when considering this school from someone on the inside who has seen more than meets the eye. Oh, and a workable discipline plan has not been in place here in a good long while.

- submitted by a teacher
February 18, 2013
I enjoy working at this school. I feel as if I am truly capable of reaching students and making an impact. You have to be dedicated and hardworking to work here. If you want the easy way out you will not last at RCSSL. If you want a teacher that listens to you and your child concerns makes a plan and implement it according to your child's needs and data come to us!

- submitted by a teacher
February 13, 2013
I love teaching at this school! The work we do here is completely different than any other school I've taught at. We drive our instruction based on the needs of our individual class, instead of mindlessly following some state-issued pacing guide. The teachers have flexibility to determine what their students need and the data we collect from test scores is meaningful and accurate. I LOVE the parent involvement too! Only hardworking, dedicated teachers last here.

- submitted by a teacher
January 10, 2013
This school lacks any type of consequences or discipline for bad behavior. Sure students get written referrals for bad behavior, but nothing is done about it. They get a slap on the wrist and a piece of candy. This ruins the entire atmosphere of the classroom. It is not fair to the teachers or the other students.

- submitted by a teacher
November 19, 2012
and last year, also! You hit the nail right square on the head. That "corporate" feeling has been prevalent ever since the current administration took the helm. I challenge you to look around and notice just how many teachers are relatively new in the profession, versus those who have done this for a while. The former is dominant here, and that should speak volumes to the staying power this school possesses. When you have a strong and supportive administration, everyone around them becomes better and the kids benefit. When you don't, as this school doesn't, then the kids suffer, sadly! These kids deserve much better! Also, these kids know what is happening. I hear them! It is unsettling for them.

- submitted by a teacher
November 16, 2012
Teacher's seem to be leaving in droves this year. I'm starting to get that corporate feeling that they are more about the bottom line then about educating the kids. They had better start treating their teacher's better, or their reputation will be further tarnished.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2012
This school is a good school it just need teachers and staff that cares about our kids future. My daughter started in 2011 I was very anxious for her to start but of recently I was not happy with the lack of homework giving by the teacher. I don't believe the teachers challenge these kids enough and love what they do. We need teacher who are there because they love what they do not just the paycheck.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2012
My son has been here just K and 1st but so far he have had wonderful teachers. Very happy with the new principal as well.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2012
I think this school is wonderful, especially after the new administration this year. Everyone I have encountered is truly attempting to making every student the very best they can be. Their efforts are ONLY undone by parents who think public education is responsible for raising their kids and teaching them manners, or parents who don't realize teachers can only do their best when openly supported by parents instead of the vicious cycle of either complete lack of support/contact or the hovering "helicopter" parent that's convinced their kid is so special they're exempt from the rules. Support your kid. Support your kids' school. Follow the rules. Make your kid follow the rules. Respect those in charge. Make your kid respect those in charge. Stop making excuses. Stop letting your kid make excuses. READ TO YOUR CHILD!!! Stop being surprised they CAN'T read. And you'll see RCSSL is A FABULOUS PLACE!!!! They have amazing staff, teachers and administration who genuinely care about the well being of every child. And if someone doesn't, well they don't last long...teacher, kid, or parent! I love this school!

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2012
People have to understand that charter schools do not get as much funding as public schools. We are creative when it comes to fundraising and offer a variety of educational opportunities for our students. RCSSL is more than just a school, it is a community of families. We teach character education, we provide an after school enrichment program is that is unique, and we always put students first. We are an "A" school and provide our students with every opportunity and tool they need to be successful academically. Teachers are dedicated, hard-working, and truly care about our students. Administrators are available to meet with teachers and parents, give our students fair disciplinary consequences when necessary, and are visible throughout the day outside during arrival, dismissal, in the cafeteria while our students eat lunch, and in the classrooms. Staff members are flexible and walk that extra mile when the need arises. Parents are so supportive with their time and donations. Students are well-behaved, respectful, and eager to learn. Charter schools are not for everyone but I would never go back to teaching in public again. www.charterschoolsusa.com for more info.

- submitted by a teacher
April 10, 2012
The school is great...parents has to realize that you only get out what you put in. Teachers are not magician and parents have to do their part, monitors grades, check homework s, give extra work etc. I love the school network so you are able sent emails to the teachers and check the kids progress, set goals for them etc. Lots ok options for afterschool activities

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2012
Kids kissing in stair ways, bus, older kds swipping milk of smaller kids teacher 3rd grade yells at kids and says "Shut your face"! NO CONTROL!!!

- submitted by a community member
March 20, 2012
I think ths school is amazing! There have been some "growing pains" for sure and yes...the teacher turnover is high but the reason for that is because charter school teachers do much more work for much less pay. So those who want to criticize should consider that. Not all teachers are cut out for that kind of job. These are the ones who do not last here. The ones that are left are those who teach because they truly love it and it is not just about a paycheck. Teachers here are not just teaching to test. They are teaching children to become intelligent, responsible good citizens - to be more thsn just their score on the FCAT. My children have amazing teachers who push them when they need it while still nurturing and caring for them. For those who are leaving negative comments about this school perhaps if you were more involved or took the time to communicate with the teacher your child would have had better success here.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2012
I agree with the bad ratings for this school. I taught here and was never happier than when I left! The administration was horrible. I would never teach in a charter school again after this experience. The turn over in staff was unbelieveable and I've never seen people walk out in the middle of the school year before, but it happened more than once here. Do yourself and your child a favor and go to a different school.

- submitted by a teacher
September 12, 2011
I had my two kids in public school and it was ok, but when I heard about Renaissance and I found their website I was totally excited! My husband wasn't so sure. And I should of went with his gut feeling. My My daughter was in Kindergarten . She was always getting E's on her report cards & prograss reports but she didn't learn anything!! She couldn't read nor write. I called & emailed my concerns to the teachers, & they said she was doing awesome, that I had nothing to worry about. Well, I pulled both of my kids out as fast as I could, Now shes at a new school & the teacher picked right up on her issues! Now we have to work extra hard and get her caught up with the rest of her class. If my husband & I were told she had a problem when we asked, we could of of addressed them early on. Never again!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2011
As a new resident who moved here mid-term last year, my daughter really enjoyed the school and her classes were very challenging for her. As to parents who say that the school stresses TOO MUCH discipline I would disagree. I do not understand parents who complain that at school their children are supposed to act correctly and show everyone respect. I guess some parents would rather have a free for all at school and not expect their kids to behave in a proper manner. As to curriculm- it seems to be on par with the rest of the county which really does say much since the florida curriculm is years behind the rest of the country

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2011
When you register, you get no letters, phone calls, or acknowledgement...don't waste your time. Hard to believe administration works like this. At least acknowledge in some way!

- submitted by a parent
July 02, 2011
The School is OK, there are some good and some bad teachers. I noticed they like to hire young inexperienced teachers so they can pay less than the regular district schools. Thank goodness the principal left, he was never available and was not very popular with the staff. Rumor has it he fired the assistant principal, who was the one running the show because he connected with everyone at the school. Let' hope the new principal does a better job.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2011
I truly thought I was alone on the way I felt about this school. Renaissance Charter is the worst!!! I was suppose to take my children out of this school but my kids begged me to stay. I wished I listed to myself. The principal was never around to speak to him about anything. The assistant principal should give up his position because he do not know what he is doing. I agree with the other reviews in regards to the teachers. They do not seem happy and they do talk I mean yell at the kids like the kids are not worthy. I had to have a meeting with one of the male teachers in regards to what he said to my son. I heard that some of the teachers are not certified and they are filling positions with some of the front office clerks. I already decided to take my children and put them in another school. I heard the other schools are not that great but I do not care. Its been a nightmare. Please parents rethink your decision on this school. I believe it could have been a great school if the staff could leave their personal issues at home and be teachers, front office support, or whatever title they hold. I thank GOD the last day of school is right around the corner.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2011
Thank god the school year is almost over. I am soooo unhappy at this school. I agree with the others, teachers seem very unhappy to be there, there are no books in the minut library, there is no gym which means when the kids have play time(about 4 classes at a time) they have to share the area outside with a gym teacher the other gym teacher has space on the pavement where the car loop line is. They have enrichment classes... its a joke. My child watches movies in them all... not even educational movies... computers, they have acutally touched a computer probably 5 times this YEAR. Art, they get to color a picture- yay! They do have to walk in perfectly straight lines in the hallway and if they dont, they "practice" walking the halls until they get it right or they dont get to go outside and play.The parents who have givent this school a good review must work full time and never volunteer to actually see what goes on. I think the classes are overcrowed. 23? I thought FL state had a 18 child limit? Its impossible to have any one on one. I could teach my child a months worth of lessons in one day. Homeschool?? It is crossing my mind!!

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2011
I agree with some of the parents comments about kids not being kids. Teachers seem like they hate their jobs. Admin really does not care at all. School was a major mistake. As Parents we had very high hopes for this school and we can not wait to finish the year out. Most of the Teachers at the school are nasty do not smile, yell and belittle the kids and then some. Principal Leadership now that's a whole other topic. The Assistant Principal should not even be in his position at all. There are a few good things but the bad really outweighs the good by a longshot. I can go into a lot of detail but there are not enough characters to display my complete unhappiness about the school as a whole. Good Luck to all the Parents that have select this school and hopefully there is a MAJOR Change.

- submitted by a parent
January 12, 2011
Luckily, we are out of this school already. It is terrible.. If you have an advanced/gifted child think twice. The curriculum is too easy and the children can't talk have to walk in perfectly straight lines, kids just can't be kids and the administration does not care.. The parents are great and put a lot of effort into the school but the teachers and the parents receive no support. Watch out they are opening in Tradition too

- submitted by a parent
December 06, 2010
This is my daughters first year at Renaissance and we have been pleased with the school. She has an excellent teacher and enjoys the work she does each day. Every staff member we have encountered has been pleasant as well as interested in the students and their families. We toured several schools in our selection process and feel that the academic goals and nurturing environment at Renaissance are top notch.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2010
This is our 2nd year here. I know it was a new school last year and there was a lot to work through but I expected more by year 2. The teachers for the most part are awful, not certified, overworked and way underpaid. Twice in 1 month my daughter's 1st grade teacher has sent home notes with misspellings....unacceptable.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 12, 2010
my daughter is in the 6th grade and I signed her up for this school thinking it would be perfect for her.. However I hate the school the teachers are bigger on discipline than education, its lacking a library, they have no gym for physical activities, dropping off and picking up my child is a nightmare. It is the worst school I have ever had to deal with. And yes I said deal with because that is what you have to do. They dont take the time to explain to the children about the work that they are expected to do, not to mention how the chicken is pink and the hamburgers are red and the milk is expired and lumpy. Not what you would expect from a school that just opened in 08/2009. I would not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
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Renaissance Charter School Of St. Lucie
300 Northwest Cashmere Boulevard, Port St. Lucie, FL  34986
(772) 344-5982
Last modified Renaissance Charter School Of St. Lucie is a Charter school that serves grades PK-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Renaissance Charter School Of St. Lucie Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 48 reviews. Top