Welcome to the Renaissance School!

Renaissance is committed to providing a non-traditional educational option for students who have struggled in traditional settings due to a variety of reasons. We embrace an educational philosophy that allows us to really work with the “whole student”. It is our hope that students that enter our door will leave with the social, emotional, and academic skills needed to allow them to be successful in all settings. We recognize that in order to have this we need a “continuous improvement model” to assure that all students are set up for success.

Renaissance school day will be broken up into two half day segments 8:30am-11:30am and 1:00pm-4:00pm. Middle School will be broken up by gender with our middle school young ladies attending the morning session and all middle school young men coming in the afternoon. High School students schedule will be determined by grade level and course needs. Students are expected to adhere to the district wide dress code for middle school and high school.

I am excited to be working with your students and invite you to learn more about the Renaissance.


Masimba Rusununguko-Taylor

More information:

Mrs. Rusununguko-Taylor has 14+ years of working within a variety of educational settings. Mrs. Rusununguko-Taylor began her teaching career in Warren Township teaching middle school at Raymond Park and later transferred to the high school as a history teacher. Over the last 14 years she had the pleasure of working with all K-12 grade levels. Mrs. Rusununguko has served as a teacher, Dean of Intervention, Instructional Coach, Title I coordinator, and Principal prior to assuming the Director role at Renaissance.


  • Indiana Wesleyan University – Master of Education/ Curriculum Instruction
  • Indiana Wesleyan University—Principal Leadership Program
  • Lake Forest College—Bachelor of Arts, Secondary Education and History