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Students suffer tedium from too many tests

As the final school day on 20 Jun. 2018 creeps closer, teachers must test students on the class material they’ve been working on throughout the year. While some teachers may choose to do a traditional final exam, some teachers at RAHS have [...]

Reading with a different pair of eyes

Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Wayne Storer joined Sarah Fitzpatrick Erdmann as the co-sophomore English teacher. The two teachers have had to work together to teach sophomore students the reading and writing skills necessary to [...]

Speech and Debate spooks students

From 6-8 PM on 20 April 2018, RAHS Speech and Debate held their annual Mystery Dinner with tickets priced at $15 to raise funds for the team. The dinner was an interactive show with the theme of Family Feud between two families; the Grundelpliths [...]

Athletes look for ways to juggle sports, school

In addition to the normal responsibilities of an RAHS student, student athletes who are serious about their sport must find stability between their school work, schedule, and their commitment to their sport. Sophomore Andy Pham is a swimmer [...]

Beware junior year!

At RAHS, it isn’t uncommon to see a junior student with their hair on fire because of some deadline in their classes. The transition to being an upperclassman brings many stressors such as harder Advanced Placement (AP) classes and preparation [...]

University of Washington gives students flexibility for enrichment

The Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars (RC) at the University of Washington (UW) offers students courses for both school credit and enrichment. The RC also provides Programs for highly capable high school students to kick [...]

Science Olympiad students support middle schoolers

For many years, students from the RAHS Science Olympiad team have been dedicating their time to mentoring Chinook Middle School (CMS) Science Olympiad students. Scott McComb, the Science Olympiad coach at RAHS, hopes the program will get middle [...]

Science Olympiad students support middle schoolers

For many years, students from the RAHS Science Olympiad team have been dedicating their time to mentoring Chinook Middle School (CMS) Science Olympiad students. Scott McComb, the Science Olympiad coach at RAHS, hopes the program will get middle [...]

Student stars shine on stage

From 9 Sept. to 24 Sept., RAHS students performed in the Hi-Liners Musical Theatre adaptation of The Little Mermaid at the Performing Arts Center in Burien. Laboring extensively over the summer, students such as RAHS sophomore Wren Bergin finally [...]