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Students of all ages open up about pre-graduation bucket lists

Time is running out for many students to experience those lasting memories and complete the final things on their high school bucket list. To help inspire students, the Phoenix Flyer asked students about the most important things they want to [...]

AP scheduling puts a damper on May

With May and AP tests approaching, some of the juniors and seniors of RAHS are tasked with the difficult challenge of taking more than one AP test in a single day.   In fact, junior Izzie Torres, who is taking five AP courses, must take [...]

New administration reflects on their first year at RAHS

As their first school year at RAHS comes to a close, the new Principal and Vice Principal reflect on their experiences fondly. For RAHS Vice Principal Tremain Holloway, the new position has been a big adjustment.   “For me it’s been [...]

Students say farewell to Mr. Kumakura

Japanese and Spanish teacher Toshiki “Ken” Kumakura is moving on from RAHS after 12 years of service to students and staff. Eight years ago, before any AP language classes existed, Kumakura was the one to propose having RAHS to begin offering [...]
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False rumors about Skunkwork Robotics spread

As RAHS Skunkwork Robotics finishes their season, rumors surrounding potential changes to the club have been circulating among the student body.   According to RAHS Principal Therese Tipton, however, misinformation abounds.  For instance, [...]

Skunkworks struggles leading to overcome difficulty

RAHS Skunkworks Robotics Team has had an eventful year; for the first time in its history they didn’t make the cut for a place in the World Championship, instead were allowed to compete solely due to their early placement on a waitlist.   Working [...]

Students learn new skills this summer

The school year may be just about over, but it doesn’t mean that the learning stops. Many students in all classes are doing something to continue learning this summer that isn’t attached to RAHS’ curriculum.   Junior Dakota Gorder [...]
Alexa Villatoro(left)  and Mr. Storer(right) are having a pep talk to help calm Alexa's nerves before she has to present on Thursday the 27 of April.

Traditional freshman project blasts off

RAHS’ Freshman Aviation English teacher Wayne Storer’s class freshman class presented the research they conducted for the Cassini space probe to an external audience taking place on four separate dates, the 18 and 19 of April and the 26 [...]

HPS postpones considered schedule changes in response to new WA CORE 24

Beginning with the class of 2020, Washington state will require 24 credits for high-school graduation (CORE 24), an increase from the previous 20-credit requirement. Highline Public Schools (HPS) already require 24 credits for high-school graduation, [...]
Aviation Delegation Chair, Rachel Demaree, reads and writes extensive notes on bills that are worth debating in the House of Representatives' chamber.

Youth and Government delegation goes to capitol

On 3-6 May, students from RAHS’ Youth and Government delegation took over the state’s capitol with students from all over Washington. Over the four days, they debated bills they had prepared earlier in the year and gained experience playing [...]
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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: [...]
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