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RAHS proudly displays a map listing universities seniors have been accepted into right outside the career center. However, other aviation and engineering related education pathways--like seniors Tanjai Ploykao and Ian Lichty plan on pursuing--often don't get the recognition they deserve. a

RAHS seniors explore unique post-high school options

The vast majority of students who graduate RAHS make the choice to attend four year universities for their secondary education. However, several seniors each year instead seek opportunities off the beaten path, hoping to find a form of secondary [...]

Open school network open to misuse

Security camera feeds on the RAHS campus have been freely accessible to view on the school network, but concerns about students abusing the open design of that network has the district Department of Technology Services (DoTS) keeping closer [...]
Homework Club administrator and Sophomore representative Nuka Nurzhanov, aids two students with Geometry work during lunch.

RAHS Homework Club benefits all

New to RAHS as of this year, Homework Club at lunch is getting students better connected, better GPAs, and even more community service hours.   Creator of Homework Club Debi Tranholt is excited about how the first semester of the club [...]

Black History Month at RAHS celebrated

  The Highline School District encourages high schools around the district to celebrate, commemorate, and work Black History Month (BHM) into their curriculum for the month of February. Every year, RAHS puts on an assembly to encourage [...]
Mrs.Olsen preparesd her class to present their career and college projects.

How teachers assemble a curriculum

The processes of a curriculum being made and redone can be a challenging and very tiresome one. Behind the scenes, teachers engage in a lengthy process to best suit their curricula to students taking their courses.   Some teachers, such [...]

Students create living history at the Museum of Flight

On 2 Feb. 2017, juniors taking Marice Wombold’s United States History class will be hosting an event at the Museum of Flight during its first open house night of the year.   The objective is to turn the long history of aviation in the [...]
Kalika Singh completes her second semester of art class with a final project different that those of her first semester classmates, her focus being on creativity and color rather than basic technical skills.

Combined-level classes create ambivalent opinions

Students in art and Japanese class share a period with students of higher and lower levels of learning, and students say while having more or less experienced classmates can present unique opportunities for furthering learning, the format can [...]

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RAHS senior Lauren K. Smith preps her Girl Scout cookie order sheet, updated to include the S'more cookie.

New Girl Scout S’mores cookies to be sold at school

From 20 Feb. to 17 Mar., RAHS Girl Scouts will be selling Girl Scout cookies at schoo, with pre-orders that started on 20 Jan.   Girl Scout and junior Brynne Hunt often sells cookies at school and depends on the sales to fund the troop [...]
Seniors after four years of bonding realize that they will soon be leaving each other behind to start their college careers

Seniors come to terms with impending goodbye

As each year begins, seniors start to receive their letters of acceptance or rejection from the various colleges to which they have applied. For the teachers this is seeing off people they have known for four years, for parents it is like watching [...]
Freshman Kayla Tran, winner of the School competition, reciting "Dirge without Music," by Edna St. Vincent Millay.

Poetry Out Loud debuts at RAHS

On Jan. 17, students and teachers met in the PLC for the first Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition at RAHS. The competition aims to foster the love of poetry in high schools around the country. Freshman English teacher, Wayne Storer, was the [...]
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