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Making Spring Break count

Mission trips are a way for people of all ages to go on an adventure–explore a new culture, help others, and in many cases expand their spirituality. Over spring break, two specific RAHS students did just that. During the break, senior [...]

Spanish teacher gets schooled

William Peterson has worked at RAHS for about three years and is one of the two distinguished foreign language teachers on campus. Last summer, he attended a program in Spain to learn about the Spanish culture and language to improve his teaching [...]

Celebrating the last year of Culture Club

Culture Club is ending after 10 years since its advisor, Marcie Wombold, is leaving the club to pursue other things. One thing students at RAHS need to remember is that the idea, environment, and the dream began with students. “I didn’t [...]

Secrets of the Phoenix Flyer Revealed

Last month, the April Fools’ issue hit RAHS’ desks and hands, and it has come to the attention of the Phoenix Flyer staff that some students might think the newspaper falls out of the sky. In other words, readers may not know how the paper [...]

Costa Rica, here we come!

An activity that RAHS students are privileged enough to take part in is the embarking on exotic adventures outside Seattle. One of these opportunities is coming up Spring Break 2016, when students will be able to go to Costa Rica. Traveling [...]

Senior takes future by storm

Olivia Shiffer has proven herself to be an important part of the RAHS community by participating in activities around the school over the past four years. She quickly found the National Honor Society, a club devoted to serving the community.   Shiffer [...]

Seniors get a running start on their futures

In the RAHS community, it is uncommon to hear of seniors leaving their schedules behind to take classes elsewhere. However, there are members of each graduating class that feel programs like Running Start are the most beneficial to their education [...]

New school, new perspective

Many of the juniors and seniors grew attached to the old Olympic Middle School campus where they spent the first two years of their high school career. However, the freshman and sophomores did not have this pleasure and/or curse. The freshmen [...]

Local pilot thrills customers with historic aircraft rides

  Olde Thyme Aviation and its proud owner, Ken Horwitz, give customers a special avionic experience with scenic flights over Seattle. “[Olde Thyme Aviation] takes visitors to the Seattle area and residents on rides around the Seattle [...]

Internships pay long term dividends

Students of RAHS are grabbing at every internship that is offered by the school and many are succeeding. Being a student at a STEM school provides internships that are not available to other students. Getting accepted into RAHS is a struggle [...]

Dropping gas prices promote student driving

As gas prices begin to rise again, many students have some advice on how to stretch their dollars as far as possible. Students like Carlos Navarro, a senior who lives south of Tacoma, who consistently drive long distances to and from school [...]
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