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Advisory shift may leave students hungry

Due to insufficient teacher planning time and possible legal action against the district, RAHS, as well as other Highline schools, were required to change their daily schedule. This change could potentially lead to advisory being moved to the [...]

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 [...]

Sophomore spring adventures

The Sophomore class was especially active this past Spring Break with some traveling to Japan, Guatemala and Germany. These are accounts of some of their funnest and most interesting experiences while out of the country. Student :Thomas Waite   Location: [...]

Teacher’s work never ends

Teachers are required to accumulate 15 college credits through college courses or 150 professional clock hours to maintain their teaching certificate, so they often go to summer classes and teacher programs to meet those requirements. But otherwise, [...]

Matchmaker fundraiser starts sparks on Valentine’s

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Satterlee incites mockumentary mayhem

Ambitious actor and RAHS sophomore Samuel Satterlee has been working on a film mostly involving students in the school. He has been collaborating with other students to find what comedy fits him and his future videos.   “I’ve always [...]

Hammock lets students kick back

A new hammock in the third floor flex space appeals to the stressed, tired, and overwhelmed. This addition is one of many to try and give students a way to relax and take a step back from the academic day.   ASB Treasurer Catie Stukel [...]

The sky IS the limit

By Zak Sleeth Phoenix Flyer Reporter New laws regarding drones educate pilots and ensures the safety of the public airspace by requiring registration and establishing stricter flight boundaries around airports, public spaces, buildings, and [...]

Talk it out bro-ughnut

Dudes’ Doughnut Day, a relatively new RAHS tradition, will come to RAHS guys on 18 Dec. This event was created to be a place where guys can come together, have a good time, and eat doughnuts in the BPC toward the end of their first semester. Doughnut [...]

Science gets spooky

Students in Science Olympiad attended a spooky self-invitational on October 31st, crowded with costumes and nerds alike.   Adeline Bader, sophomore at RAHS and Science Olympiad (Sci-Oly) member, attended and competed at the event.   “The [...]

Hop on the hype train

  As the school year begins, students are faced with many new challenges, and also look forward to many unique and exciting events. A Phoenix Flyer survey was taken by a majority of the student body and gave some insight into what people [...]
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