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Unit project brings class curriculum to life

When RAHS junior, Arianna McDowell, embarked on her newest project in Junior Literature, she was definitely not expecting the interview of a lifetime. The classJunior Literature is currently doing a project that is related to the latest book [...]

Youth and Government teaches politics, citizenship

RAHS’ very own Youth and Government is busy at work with their bills and debating in preparation for a North Seattle College event. Senior Henry Crockett is a veteran member of Youth and Government (Y&G). He is also currently on the leadership [...]

Flight by Design takes literal flight through drone

At RAHS, it is no secret that project based learning is a large part of curriculum. One of RAHS’ elective classes, Flight by Design, takes that to the next level. A group of students in Flight by Design is currently developing an autonomous [...]

40-year-old Voyager Fires Up Again

Upgrades over summer give new life to student computers

Over the summer, Blended Learning Technologist Anthony McLaughlin and his corps of teachers assistants (TAs) were busy upgrading the RAHS student laptops. “The primary issue was replacing the old mechanical hard drives, which were going on [...]