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New bill implements more graduation requirements onto RAHS students

On 21 Mar. 2018, a new bill supporting civic education was signed into law in Washington State. The bill will require this year’s freshmen to take a standalone civics class as a requirement for graduation in hopes to increase young people’s [...]

Reading with a different pair of eyes

Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Wayne Storer joined Sarah Fitzpatrick Erdmann as the co-sophomore English teacher. The two teachers have had to work together to teach sophomore students the reading and writing skills necessary to [...]

Vape nation, or vape cessation?

Teenage vaping has become a hotly debated topic in society at large, as well as in the RAHS school community. In light of the 27 Jan. 2018 Winter Ball ending early due to students being caught vaping and the onset of prom season, more caution [...]

Sophomores scramble to meet tight ECP deadlines

The annual Environmental Challenge Project (ECP) kicked off 17 April. However, this year’s timeline is different as there is one less week for students to prepare before presenting to the Port of Seattle airport director and their committee. [...]

RAHS junior Henry Feehan competes in Motocross

Henry Feehan, a junior at RAHS, is a serious motocross competitor, who dedicates significant portions of his weekends and breaks to practice and compete. He has even qualified for the national championship in Tennessee, and likely would have [...]

Mrs. Cook cans her old life for one in New York

Former RAHS English teacher for at least a decade, Mary Ciccone-Cook, has been up to big things. Mrs. Cook has been gone for almost an entire year now, and while there are parts about RAHS she misses, she is enjoying her life away from the [...]

Career Center’s storage closet gains an inhabitant

In Dec. 2017, Dianne Meboe, mother of sophomore Issa Meboe, applied and was hired for the role as Raisbeck Aviation High School’s new Learning Efficiency Expert teacher. “It has been about one month since I started working at RAHS,” said [...]

Athletes look for ways to juggle sports, school

In addition to the normal responsibilities of an RAHS student, student athletes who are serious about their sport must find stability between their school work, schedule, and their commitment to their sport. Sophomore Andy Pham is a swimmer [...]

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Proposed levy promises support for school programs

The brand new proposed levy for Highline voters will be decided upon on 13 Feb. 2018. This new levy will be replacing one destined to expire at the end of 2018 and will also pay for more specific necessities that the District requires to function [...]

RAHS student juggles 2 lives

RAHS sophomore Chase Barton has served his community through his work as a juggler and as a Boy Scout through his love of nature. An activity Barton has interest in is juggling, his interest for juggling was sparked when he was a child and [...]
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