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SciOly hits the ground running

  Because of this year’s early start to Science Olympiad, Sophomore Colin Mason was able to complete an entire bridge for testing before the teams first competition on November 1st. Photo by Christopher Hendrickson. This school year, [...]

New Dean of Students touches down at RAHS

Throughout her life, Raisbeck Aviation High School’s new Dean of Students has been brave in everything she’s done. Nuka Nurzhanov would describe herself in one word as “courageous.” From growing up in Kazakhstan to taking on new teaching [...]

Spoderqueen for Homecoming Man

  An internet character has become an RAHS sensation via quality posters, brilliant brochures, and a high-tech, very sophisticated promotional video. Known as Spoderman, the cartoon is the combined brainchild of five seniors and is inspired [...]

South African educators visit RAHS

On September 16, educators from South Africa toured Raisbeck Aviation High School to learn about the school’s project-based learning system and application of STEM. The educators viewed presentations by students and faculty on some of the [...]

Dr. Katims to exclusively teach APUSH next school year

RAHS’ highly qualified and well respected AP U.S. History (APUSH) teacher, Dr. Michael Katims, will begin working part time for the 2014-2015 school year. Even though Dr. Katims will only be teaching APUSH, the classes he teaches now, Economics [...]

Bon Voyage Sr. Peterson

William Peterson, a beloved Spanish teacher at RAHS, has decided to study abroad for two summers through a Masters program in Granada, Spain. From a young age, Peterson aspired to become a linguist because of the passion for languages that [...]

Advanced Picking of class choices

With the sheets for picking classes coming within the next couple of weeks, students are feeling the pinch in deciding what classes they need to take. Everything from late arrivals to early dismissals, from AP classes to electives. Katie Carper, [...]

Removing the rose colored glasses

Four years ago began the glorious tradition of the senior class showing their gratitude for their teachers and fellow students by handing out roses. The Rose Ceremony, started by Culture Club, is something that every class looks forward to.   This [...]

Math Club begins competing

Though not as prominent as other competitive clubs, Math Club is gaining prestige at a steady pace. Advised by geometry teacher Michael Gudor, Math Club offers a place for students with a passion for mathematics to share knowledge and participate [...]

Clash of Clubs

By Vee Glessner Many new clubs were founded this year and all of them need funding. Because of this, RAHS has seen multiple conflicting fundraisers. Many events clash with each other lose effectiveness when they are on the heels of other fundraisers. [...]

Navigating RAHS registration

With the sheets for picking classes coming within the next couple of weeks, students are feeling the pinch in deciding what classes they need to take. Everything from late arrivals to early dismissals, from AP classes to electives. Katie Carper, [...]