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Policy change yields authentic, selective project

2015-2016 marked the first school year at RAHS with optional senior projects and the relaxation of the formerly strict schedules and guidelines that accompanied the polarizing process. Selected out of the narrow group of senior project presenters, [...]

Freaky-cool concrete and church participation all in a day’s work at WSU

2015 RAHS alumni Jessica Mannard seems to have it all together at Washington State University (WSU) even though she’s only a freshman. Jes has been dividing her time between academics, church, sports, work, and research. “In addition to [...]

Seniors College Excitement

The Class of 2016 had went through all the homework, project, and other challenges that is part of their requirement, and this year they will graduate. Not every students who graduated last year pursue a passion in engineering that is connected [...]

Taking part in a not so restful summer

As the end of the school year finally arrives, some students aren’t going to be letting up on the workload. With the plethora of opportunities, a summer job or internship can be enormously impactful, as RAHS teacher Dr. Richard Edgerton can [...]

Training the next Bill Gates

This year, the Introduction to Economics class has consisted of practicing investing in the stock market and setting up household budgets. However, the teacher Ms. Renee Olsen is reworking the class’ curriculum. Instead of the more traditional [...]

Juniors rally around unorthodox assembly chants

The Junior class led the school in a brand new chant at the Spirit Assembly in April. The chant, designed as a criticism, brought to life a new form of chants at the assemblies. The chant, “Senior Bias” poked fun at the classic “Senior [...]

Summer goals from self indulgent to serious

One of the key parts of being a RAHS student is setting, working towards, and meeting goals.  Several students at RAHS have decided to take this to the next level, and continue this process over the summer. RAHS freshman Alec Block is a dedicated [...]

Trips of a lifetime await RAHS students this summer

With summer fast approaching, some RAHS students are preparing to spend their summers in far-off locales. These students will soon be heading off to countries such as England, Peru and Thailand in order to study, serve, and discover. RAHS junior [...]

Student cyclist to take dream trip

Many students will be taking international, educational, and relaxing trips this summer. But one in particular, sophomore Patrick Eaton will be traveling to Europe in June for a bike trip. “I will be biking in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands,” [...]

The good, bad, and sad

With the end of another school year students at Raisbeck Aviation High School have to say goodbye to the senior class once again. With the seniors gone, the remaining classes have time to reflect on the moments and stories they shared with this [...]

Mentor inspires and changes lives

Through his efforts in making professional connections, sophomore Sameer Romani has found desirable qualities and wisdom in his mentor, Captain Steve Taylor, who has plenty to teach him. “When I first met Captain Taylor, I knew I wanted to [...]
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