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Sisters Rachel and Erin Demaree started at RAHS after being homeschooled up through eighth grade.

Students describe transition from homeschool to RAHS

The majority of students at RAHS have come from other public schools; however, sprinkled through every grade are a few students from homeschool backgrounds.   Freshman Lauren Vitellaro was surprised when she first encountered elements [...]
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Seniors score cash money

For seniors planning to attend college, financial aid from the RAHS scholarship packet will soon be available. Though the Rolls Royce scholarship is already out, the rest will soon be released for students.   “There’s one scholarship [...]
Ms.Reed helping one of her students in statistics class on a handout paper.

Ms. Reed gets settled in at RAHS

RAHS’s new teacher stepped into the classes formerly taught by Mrs.Weeks, Jill Reed from California, who also taught as a substitute.The adaption to a new school is hard for anyone, especially if they start while the ball is already rolling. [...]
Interact Club President Sharan Kaur used a survey to decide to bring back the RAHS lock-in.

RAHS welcomes back Lock-in

After two years without an RAHS Lock-In, Interact Club is reviving the Culture Club tradition.   The Lock-In is an event where students have the opportunity to stay overnight at school and participate in bonding activities with their peers. [...]
Joshi ponders his next step in his Razzle Dazzle lecture on vectors.

Joshi shows the dazzling side of math

Almost every Friday, RAHS math and astronomy teacher Nikhil Joshi hosts Razzle Dazzle: a math lecture open to all students that illustrates the interesting connections between different mathematical concepts.   “Really, I think people [...]
Bader and Quinsay enjoy their school getaway, taking a break from responsibility, homework, and their TA duties.

Hammock lets students kick back

A new hammock in the third floor flex space appeals to the stressed, tired, and overwhelmed. This addition is one of many to try and give students a way to relax and take a step back from the academic day.   ASB Treasurer Catie Stukel [...]
The class of 2020 is one of the most racially diverse in RAHS’ history.

Incoming freshmen explain the admission lottery

The established RAHS community is quite familiar with the lottery system, but the class of 2020, 2016-17’s freshmen, don’t have the same perspective as previous classes. They have not been exposed to the previous system, so their opinion [...]

Tremain Holloway accepts position as RAHS assistant principal

Tremain Holloway, the new assistant principal, hopes to integrate the freshmen class into the school and grow as a leader during his time at RAHS.   Because Holloway grew up on the East Coast, he did not learn about RAHS until a friend [...]

RAHS adds a significant figure to the math team

Whether she’s exchanging math problems with her boyfriend, checking out the Contra dance (an old but popular folk dance) scene in Seattle, or teaching Calculus at RAHS, Student Teacher JoAnn Welch has already proven herself to be an exciting [...]

Dress complaints cause crackdown

As the summer approaches, RAHS students participate in a tradition as old as the pancake breakfast and as prestigious as the wingman award: summer dress code violations. RAHS Dean of Students Mrs. Nuka Nurzhanov believes that when as the temperature [...]

Singer produces and performs music to reach hearts

Dancer, singer, and musician are all words that could describe senior Peyton Gural–one of the few students at RAHS that is going to pursue a major in the musical field. In the fall, she will be attending the Cornish College of the Arts. “I [...]
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