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Going From Dental Floss to Binders

Kim Sorensen’s varied career and family mentality make her a perfect fit for AHS’s diverse faculty in her role as registrar. In her career, Sorensen has worked both inside and outside of the school setting. Sorensen originally worked with [...]

Get to Know our Teachers’ Pets

The term “teacher’s pet” brings to mind a shiny red apple gift from a perfect, helpful student.  For some AHS teachers, however, receiving a dead mouse from a proud, muddy cat is a much more common occurrence. Mary Ciccone-Cook has four [...]

Apple Takes Step Towards Education

Most apps released are designed to entertain and enjoy, but the new iBooks app released by Apple not long ago is a step into the world of education. Although there are apps used to assist in both teaching and learning, the iBooks app takes the [...]

Exciting College News Arriving

After all the work, expense and anxiety of the college application process, the good news is finally starting to trickle in.  AHS senior Drew Hidalgo keeps his head up for new opportunities to get into other colleges and thinks about all [...]

The Internship Internship?

One of AHS’s many student interns, Anastasia Pallis, is one of the first to work for the school itself. Her specific job, being an assistant to the internship coordinator Ms. Burr, is going well.  The idea for the internship came from Ms. [...]

Climbing to New Heights

Vertical World, a climbing gym chain, opened its newest location in Seattle on December 20th, revealing taller climbing walls and three times the bouldering space. Dubbed “Vertical World Seattle 4.0,” the new gym features 50 ft lead climbing [...]

Student Business Has the Beat

Many great and famous musicians have appeared out of the Puget Sound area over the years. Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix and Macklemore are just a few of the musically-talented people to emerge.  Now, AHS junior Austin McHenry and Highline High School [...]

A Night To Shine

Perfect your dance moves and polish your instruments, because the Aviation High School Talent show will soon hold auditions for those who want to compete and demonstrate their brimming talent. However, this year’s talent show will be a little [...]

The More CAP the Merrier

The Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program, which helps introduce teens to military discipline as well as develop them into strong leaders and moral citizens, is gaining popularity with teens nationwide, especially students at Aviation High School. Two [...]

Saving Your Semester

While some students can pat themselves on the back for a job well done after quarter grades were sent home, others still have a great deal of work to do before semester grades are finalized in January. Whether students are hoping to earn a [...]

Furry Friends a Holiday Handful

Stella (13 week old Pit Bull Terrier) from Homeward Pet Source: Homeward Pet This cold Seattle season, local animal shelters and facilities have quite the workload waiting for them, due to both a large number of animals in need and a lack [...]
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