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School ends, internships commence

Many RAHS students have applied and are preparing for internships during the 2018 summer. The internships provide a great learning opportunities to students exploring and learning about their future careers. RAHS Junior Aivy Nguyen is interning [...]

Boeing revamps internships for RAHS juniors

For the summer of 2018, Boeing is offering 11 internships for students at RAHS who are interested in the aviation and other related fields. Career Choices teacher Renee Olsen is helping coordinate all of these opportunities, and Boeing has [...]

SpaceX launches hope about future innovation, success in space

On 6 Feb. 2018, RAHS students were able to view SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch by livestream, demonstrating students and faculty enthusiasm towards commercial rocketry and space exploration. RAHS Principal Therese Tipton encouraged teachers [...]

New club unlocks unique opportunities for students

RAHS students are attempting to create a new Key Club, in order to give people opportunities to volunteer and give back to those who are in need. There is still work to be done as far as forming it, but Key Club is definitely on its way to [...]

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 [...]

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

Stranger things happening at RAHS

Students were interviewed about their thoughts on the recently released season of Stranger Things. They were given a choice to compare a student/teacher to character from the show. Students interviewed ranged all the way from grades 9-12, and [...]

New biology teacher starts at RAHS

In Aug. of 2017, Nathan Gwinn moved to Washington and began teaching biology at RAHS. He came from Texas, and so far, does not have many regrets on his decision. He decided to change schools because he believed Washington is truly where he [...]