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AP classes offer opportunity to some while crushing others

AP classes have traditionally been considered a chance for students to prove their knowledge of a course of their choosing and show colleges that they are amply prepared for the rigor of college courses. In the upcoming school year, RAHS has [...]

Mommy, I wanna go home

Now that school has been in session for two months in the new building, the excitement has worn off, and students and staff are feeling homesick. Everyone loves the new facilities, but there are some aspects that will never be the same.   Freshman [...]

Ladies fight to get a disc in the door

With another Ultimate Frisbee season well underway, the girls of the RAHS team have once again been asked to take to the benches once again. There aren’t enough girls playing Ultimate Frisbee at RAHS to have an all girl team.  The female [...]

Rant and Rave

Long before Raisbeck Aviation High School’s founder, Reba Gilman, opened the doors of her brand new school in 2004, she had a vision of not only a new school, but a new building and a new location. After many years, RAHS finally received the [...]

The walls are closing in

It seems that lunch space may be vanishing before students’ eyes. Last year presented a plethora of space for lunch, and that abundance has been greatly reduced this year.   Students have gone from complete freedom to very strict rules [...]

AHS Renton Film Fest (Jes Mannard)

Sunday Oct. 6, 1:00 PM “It was stop and go fun.” Said Alexis. “It was funny when we went to go buy snacks and when we had to re-do a take. We couldn’t laugh and it was hard. We are so excited for the film to be done! [...]

Running the Rails

While not necessarily a new piece of technology, the electro-magnetic rail projectile launcher (railgun for short) is one of the more interesting pieces of engineering that has crossed the school. One of our very own Aviation High School seniors, [...]

Meet the new ASB

As another year comes to a close the future of the AHS student body is up in the air. The quest to find the best students to lead the school to school spirit victory is finally over; the results are in.   The great and fearless leader President [...]

Not all classes are created equal

As any upperclassman knows, there is a wide disparity between the crowded, overpopulated classes from freshman year to the less crowded, quieter classes of senior and junior year. And while next year might be a little easier on the teachers [...]

From Stereotype to Star

Information technology teacher Nancy Flynn began her adult life in a very ordinary fashion. After attending Whitworth University for two years, she picked from the two careers traditionally open to girls at the time (nursing and teaching), and [...]

Racing to find a new field

The Ultimate Frisbee team is searching for a field to practice on since the new school will not have a dedicated space for them. Team coordinators are searching high and low for possible solutions.   “Two team parents are working with City [...]
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