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Skunkworks struggles leading to overcome difficulty

RAHS Skunkworks Robotics Team has had an eventful year; for the first time in its history they didn’t make the cut for a place in the World Championship, instead were allowed to compete solely due to their early placement on a waitlist.   Working [...]

Students learn new skills this summer

The school year may be just about over, but it doesn’t mean that the learning stops. Many students in all classes are doing something to continue learning this summer that isn’t attached to RAHS’ curriculum.   Junior Dakota Gorder [...]

Traditional freshman project blasts off

RAHS’ Freshman Aviation English teacher Wayne Storer’s class freshman class presented the research they conducted for the Cassini space probe to an external audience taking place on four separate dates, the 18 and 19 of April and the 26 [...]

HPS postpones considered schedule changes in response to new WA CORE 24

Beginning with the class of 2020, Washington state will require 24 credits for high-school graduation (CORE 24), an increase from the previous 20-credit requirement. Highline Public Schools (HPS) already require 24 credits for high-school graduation, [...]

Youth and Government delegation goes to capitol

On 3-6 May, students from RAHS’ Youth and Government delegation took over the state’s capitol with students from all over Washington. Over the four days, they debated bills they had prepared earlier in the year and gained experience playing [...]

Sophomore spring adventures

The Sophomore class was especially active this past Spring Break with some traveling to Japan, Guatemala and Germany. These are accounts of some of their funnest and most interesting experiences while out of the country. Student :Thomas Waite   Location: [...]

AP Physics teacher Robert Steele retiring after eleven years at RAHS

Admired AP Physics teacher and Robotics Head Coach Robert Steele announced his partial retirement and that he won’t be returning as a teacher for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year.   Though he won’t be teaching AP Physics, Steele [...]

Beloved humanities teacher graduates with class of 2017

Humanities teacher Mary Cook announced to her classes in April that she won’t be returning for the 2017-2018 school year because she will be moving to New York.   “We’re moving back to my husband’s home town,” said Cook, “and [...]

Miss Nicole cherishes short time at RAHS

In the 2017-18 school year, upperclassman humanities teacher Marcie Wombold has shared her classroom with student teacher Nicole Scheuerman, known as Miss Nicole by her students. During her time at RAHS, Scheuerman has gained valuable experiences, [...]

RAHS community waves goodbye to Davolt

After four years as the Work-Based Learning Coordinator and Economics teacher at RAHS, Steven Davolt will be retiring at the end of the year amid many other changes at the school.   “I’ve been at Aviation High School for four years, [...]

Teacher’s work never ends

Teachers are required to accumulate 15 college credits through college courses or 150 professional clock hours to maintain their teaching certificate, so they often go to summer classes and teacher programs to meet those requirements. But otherwise, [...]
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