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ACE Club gives back to the community

Recently, ACE Club participated with the organization Wreaths Across America in order to give back to the community and to demonstrate kindness. It is a charity fund that helps out families of veterans that have passed away. Sophomore and ACE [...]

2017 the safest year in aviation

Due to advances in aviation technology and the emphasis on aviation safety, 2017 has been the safest year for flight, with fewer commercial and private aircraft accidents than ever before. RAHS senior and Museum of Flight docent Joshua Carver [...]

Project Welcome Home Memorial to be placed right next to RAHS

The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress 59-2584 (aka Midnight Express) Restoration Project is being called “Project Welcome Home” (PWH). The project is being coordinated through the Museum of Flight (MoF) by two RAHS representatives, Freshman [...]

Stop letting PLANE Jane’s into RAHS! vs Students interested in other fields RAHS the bar

40-year-old Voyager Fires Up Again

SAT team alters their goals and aspirations

The SAT team is a well known club at RAHS for being a way for students to get in touch with their aerospace passion. The members have many new plans for the 2017 school year they hope will uphold their reputation and improve it. CubeSat, a [...]

RAHS revives aviation theme

With RAHS’ focus on aviation and aerospace, administrators and teachers have a strong desire to incorporate more of an aviation and aerospace focus in the school’s activities and classes. RAHS Principal Therese Tipton and Vice Principal [...]

Women in Aviation opening up scholarships for women at RAHS

Every year, Women in Aviation International (WIAI) gives 103 scholarships to girls that have been in the club as of 1 Nov. 2017. These scholarships can have a collective worth of around $600,000. WIAI Board President Dr. Peggy Chabrian thinks [...]

ACE Club hard at work

For the past year, Raisbeck Aviation High School’s ACE club members have been dedicating their own time towards restoring a Boeing 727 sitting at Boeing Field. The plane previously belonged to the Museum of Flight but now belongs to the National [...]

Interns fly into new career paths

Students at RAHS ready themselves for future careers by gaining work experience through summer internships. RAHS senior Brynne Hunt started her summer with an internship at Blue Origin, working in a field she hopes to pursue. Blue Origin, a [...]

RAHS team returns from Florida victorious

The International Space Settlement Design Challenge (ISSDC) drew teams from all over the world to gather in Titusville, Florida. An RAHS team collaborated with foreign representatives, leading to their first place win in late July, 2017. The [...]
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