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Shiroma assists Ginny Sunde and Francesca Gaerlan with their copper reaction lab.

Shiroma bids goodbye to RAHS, hello to Hawaii

RAHS chemistry and art teacher, Speech and Debate coach, and Prom advisor Garrett Shiroma is leaving RAHS to move back to Oahu, Hawaii where he was raised.   Although the 2016-2017 school year is his last, Shiroma’s plan to move back [...]
Rachel Phuong was one of the top-scorers on the AMC exam among RAHS students.

RAHS students sharpen their math skills

The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) is a math exam designed to help students improve their mathematical ability and evaluate their skills. On 15 Feb. 2017, twenty RAHS students took the exam.   Junior Izzie Torres participated [...]
Skunkworks Robotics members Nick Tran and Lane Burke help to build the chassis of the team's robot.

Skunkworks preps for upcoming competition season

With the first competition coming up at Auburn Mountainview High School on 4 Mar., the RAHS FIRST Robotics team, Skunkworks, is busy designing and programming their robot.   The game for the 2017 Competition, called First Steamworks, involves [...]
RAHS senior Lauren K. Smith preps her Girl Scout cookie order sheet, updated to include the S'more cookie.

New Girl Scout S’mores cookies to be sold at school

From 20 Feb. to 17 Mar., RAHS Girl Scouts will be selling Girl Scout cookies at schoo, with pre-orders that started on 20 Jan.   Girl Scout and junior Brynne Hunt often sells cookies at school and depends on the sales to fund the troop [...]
Joshi ponders his next step in his Razzle Dazzle lecture on vectors.

Joshi shows the dazzling side of math

Almost every Friday, RAHS math and astronomy teacher Nikhil Joshi hosts Razzle Dazzle: a math lecture open to all students that illustrates the interesting connections between different mathematical concepts.   “Really, I think people [...]

Tremain Holloway accepts position as RAHS assistant principal

Tremain Holloway, the new assistant principal, hopes to integrate the freshmen class into the school and grow as a leader during his time at RAHS.   Because Holloway grew up on the East Coast, he did not learn about RAHS until a friend [...]

Controversial admissions season wraps up

The use of the lottery system for this year’s new admissions process sparked the expression of worries from students and parents that the lottery will undermine the culture and the quality of the student body at RAHS. Despite concerns that [...]

Rose Ceremony grants the seniors a chance to say thank you one last time

On 9 June 2016, the senior’s very last day of school, the senior class had the opportunity during the Rose Ceremony to give roses and a small letter to any teacher or student in the school as a parting gift of appreciation, friendship, and [...]

Trips of a lifetime await RAHS students this summer

With summer fast approaching, some RAHS students are preparing to spend their summers in far-off locales. These students will soon be heading off to countries such as England, Peru and Thailand in order to study, serve, and discover. RAHS junior [...]

Investigating the supposed rumors about the locked fourth floor

The fourth floor of RAHS has always been locked to its students, leading to questions about what is really up there as well as rumors of what could be on a floor where students are not allowed. Troy Hoehne, a social studies teacher at RAHS, [...]
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Food drive helps RAHS feed the hungry

From 16 Nov. to 24 Nov. 2015, National Honor Society (NHS) and Interact Club hosted a food drive at RAHS. The food went to families and individuals who needed food this Thanksgiving. The winners of the food drive competition were the seniors, [...]
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