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RAHS provides language credit alternative

On 18 Apr. 2017, some bilingual RAHS students took the World Language Proficiency Exam, which can have students earn up to four language credits or a Seal of Biliteracy.   The first formal meeting took place on 11 Apr. in the PLC where [...]

Senior projects continue to demonstrate creativity

On 13 Apr. 2017, senior projects came to a close after presentations at the senior showcase. From creating an app to photography projects, the class of 2017 showed off their creativity. Humanities teacher Marcie Wombold is working closely with [...]
Shiroma assists Ginny Sunde and Francesca Gaerlan with their copper reaction lab.

Shiroma bids goodbye to RAHS, hello to Hawaii

RAHS chemistry and art teacher, Speech and Debate coach, and Prom advisor Garrett Shiroma is leaving RAHS to move back to Oahu, Hawaii where he was raised.   Although the 2016-2017 school year is his last, Shiroma’s plan to move back [...]
Matt Garrido in front of upperclassmen during Thursday preliminary rounds.

School’s first spelling bee to be held in May

On 24 May, students at RAHS will participate in the first spelling bee hosted by the school. Currently, preliminary rounds are being held weekly on Mondays for underclassmen and Thursdays for upperclassmen.   The spelling bee is organized [...]
Mrs. Tipton looks forward to sharing these new books with the students and staff here at RAHS.

RAHS receives For Future Generations

Dr. James Raisbeck, who has been supporting Raisbeck Aviation High School for many years, is again showing his support by donating Howard Lovering’s book For Future Generations to every student and staff member at RAHS.   Dr. Raisbeck [...]
Perfectson Le works on his 3D model of an Intake Flange in the current CAD class.

New CAD manufacturing class available in 2017-18

A new CAD (Computer-Assisted Design) course is coming Fall of 2017 and will be teaching students how to use some of the resources RAHS has to offer such as the 3D printer in addition to digital design. The teacher has not yet been confirmed, [...]
Rachel Phuong was one of the top-scorers on the AMC exam among RAHS students.

RAHS students sharpen their math skills

The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) is a math exam designed to help students improve their mathematical ability and evaluate their skills. On 15 Feb. 2017, twenty RAHS students took the exam.   Junior Izzie Torres participated [...]
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Orienteering maps its way into RAHS

After only two seasons of competing, RAHS’ orienteering team recently took home trophies. The girls’ team placed first in both regular season and the championship, the boys placed third in regular season.   Regular season has eight [...]
The sophomore female recipient Student of the Semester, Hong Ta, thanked all of her friends and her class for supporting her at the Student of the Semester assembly on 22 February.

ASB gives students the spotlight

The school year is filled with assemblies, but not all of them give away $10,000 worth of scholarships. The Student of the Semester assembly on 22. Feb publically recognized students nominated by their teachers for exemplary work. In addition, [...]
Skunkworks Robotics members Nick Tran and Lane Burke help to build the chassis of the team's robot.

Skunkworks preps for upcoming competition season

With the first competition coming up at Auburn Mountainview High School on 4 Mar., the RAHS FIRST Robotics team, Skunkworks, is busy designing and programming their robot.   The game for the 2017 Competition, called First Steamworks, involves [...]
Sophomore David Nguyen treats himself to something sugary and sweet that he couldn't find in the vending machine.

Speech and Debate unveils Snack Shack

Need a junk food fix after school? From the back door of the Chemistry room, the RAHS Speech and Debate team is running the Snack Shack from 4pm to 5pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays throughout February.   Just in time for the [...]
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