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New Sheriff in Town

The doors of the hallway opened, letting the cold air into the already cold hallway of a run down school building and in walked a man with a badge. It was the new school assistant administrator and leader of STEM Leadership, Bruce Kelly. Attracted [...]

Gaming on the Go

Mobile gaming is on the rise, there is no doubt about that. Companies like Halfbrick, Pop Cap, and Infinity Ward have been so successful on mobile devices, like iPhone and Android, that they have decided to take their games and recreate them [...]

Exploring The Catacombs of SeaTac

Deep within a major international airport lies a world unseen. Within in the food court of SeaTac International Airport is a pair of double doors with a simple sign on it; “Authorized Personnel Only.”  Curiously, there is no lock on these [...]

AHS Takes Flight as Ground Breaks

In August 23, ground broke for the new Aviation High School. This milestone event, however, is only the beginning, as new opportunities for students start to become realities. “We have been at this for eight years,” says AHS principal Reba [...]

Security Efforts & Concerns Grow

At Aviation High School, students worry about the safety of their data while teachers bemoan the lack of a high level computer skills program. Schools are at a higher level of digital security risk because they have less control over their [...]

Aerospace Education Ideas Launched at Cantwell

On October 24, 2011, a hearing was held at theMuseum of Flight by Senator Maria Cantwell, who is a member of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation committee, and the newly appointed chair of the Aviation Operations, Safety and Security [...]

Graduates Share Their Experiences

Aviation high school 2011 graduates share their unique and personal experiences about their final years of high school and beginning of college. Even though Aviation High School is a STEM school, it doesn’t mean that a student’s desired [...]

AHS Goes Greener

Presentations, guest speakers, conserving energy, and more recycling: efforts are underway, but Aviation High School still has a long road to travel before reaching level 2 of the King County Green School Program. Waste reduction, recycling, [...]

Escaping the Frontcountry

Two hikers work their way up a steep icy slope, one carrying an ice axe and the other with traction devices called crampons on his shoes, but the other usual ice gear is nowhere to be found. To be honest, one of them is enjoying himself a bit [...]

Sonics Wound Healing

In 2008 when the Sonics were threatening to leave Seattle, the people of the emerald city were going insane over the loss, but three years later, they have moved on. In 2007, Oklahoma City native Clay Bennett bought the Seattle Sonics for an [...]

First Commercial Spaceport Nears Completion

  In the middle of the New Mexico desert lies a flat piece of land, the ground paved, the infrastructure assembled, and a runway and terminal prepared for spacecraft. Roughly 45 miles north of Las Cruces, the 18,000 acre site has a [...]