04242018 Headline:

What are the biggest problems in the world?

RAHS alumni share their wisdom

Superintendent’s Student Leadership Team to bring about big changes

The Superintendent Student Leadership Team is comprised of 14 students from high schools all over the District and aims to find problems the schools are facing and create solutions as well. The group had its first meeting back in November. [...]

University of Washington gives students flexibility for enrichment

The Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars (RC) at the University of Washington (UW) offers students courses for both school credit and enrichment. The RC also provides Programs for highly capable high school students to kick [...]

Students in the Summer Stretch Robotics class work on their projects.

RAHS students are taking up internships that match with their own passions in order to dive deeper into what interests them. RAHS senior Stella Sisson recently became an intern at the Seattle Bouldering Project (SBP) to teach children how to [...]

RAHS students push the limits

Raisbeck Aviation High School is built for those who want to achieve a higher education in the STEM field. It helps to push determined students to their limits while preparing them for the future. Challenging course schedules are available [...]

There’s sNOw way your winter break was COOLer than this

Over the 2017 winter break, RAHS students had two weeks to relax, catch up on sleep, and spend time with family. Instead of sleeping their two weeks away, senior Dakota Gorder and junior Braeden Swanson enjoyed thrilling winter breaks. Gorder [...]

2017 Year in Review

Dear readers, Due to a file uploading error, we accidentally reprinted our center spread feature (pages 6-7) from our last issue, instead of a new “Year in Review” feature we were excited to share with you. We apologize for the error, and [...]

Spanish teacher takes on graduate school

In the 2017-18 school year, RAHS is lending their more experienced Spanish teacher to graduate school as William Peterson begins taking courses to become a certified administrator. Being a teacher requires a lot of time, but balancing that [...]

RAHS students introduce a new Spanish Club during lunch

The new Spanish Club emerged from experienced Spanish-speaking RAHS students who wanted more opportunities to practice speaking and listening to the language during lunch. The origins of the class emerged from a conversation between junior [...]

Stranger things happening at RAHS

Students were interviewed about their thoughts on the recently released season of Stranger Things. They were given a choice to compare a student/teacher to character from the show. Students interviewed ranged all the way from grades 9-12, and [...]
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