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Fall Exhibitions Display Autumn Traditions

Usually when people think about fall in America, they think about pilgrims, freedom, and turkeys. At AHS, the student body has the luxury of a diverse population with backgrounds that grants access to both the “traditional” American ideal [...]

Flying Washington to Washington

When walking around Global Connections High School on the Tyee campus, it is hard to imagine that the low-income school would have the backing to send a group of students to DC for more than half a million dollars. When walking into the band [...]

Marching off to May

After two years of easing into Aviation’s classes, many of this year’s juniors will begin taking AP classes for the first time. AP classes are a new experience for these students, as they study for one big test during May for each class. [...]

El Hombre has something to sing about

Unlike the part of AHS’s community which shares a common love for airplanes, Will Peterson adds enthusiasm for a different subject. Peterson replaced Andrew Ward as the new Spanish teacher this year. Peterson was graciously welcomed to [...]

Bouncing Back From Summer Slack

Being so close to summer, the only thing students have on their mind is warm weather, vacations away from Seattle rain, hanging out all night, and living young, wild and free. Sadly all good things must come to an end, and after three months [...]

Making Connections Across the Seven Seas

Aviation High School has offered students many unique opportunities to interact with industry leaders throughout its existence. This fall, senior-to-be Anastasia Pallis will travel to the historic city of Kobe, Japan for one week as part of [...]

Phoenix Flyer Double Dare Challenge!

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Senior’s Parting Words; Get Muddy Get Crazy Get Going

“Don’t sweat the little stuff” – Jordyn Mcluen “First day of training, running through a bog to practice running with wet shoes!” – Phoenix Fire Click Here to see the Twitter Features page PDF.

Spending Summer Making Bank

Working away the summer may seem like a terrible way to go, but spending money for the school year is nice to have.  Many AHS students know that getting a good job or internship is important for other reasons, as well. AHS Junior Adriana Lopez [...]

Passing on the Presidency

From assembly planning to making paper cranes, Jenny Gao’s year as ASB president has been quite a wild ride.  While still very busy organizing the end of year festivities, she never hesitates to pause and take a second to look back at what [...]

Oh The Places They’ll Go!

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