05222018 Headline:

AP testing? More like AP stressing

As the 2018 school year comes to an end, the AP testing due date slowly approaches, building stress for juniors and seniors. As for students who plan on taking the AP test next year, learning from those with experience is essential. Junior [...]

Aviation Law dives into end-of-semester project

Troy Hoehne’s Aviation Law class consists of students interested in learning about what happens behind the scenes of all things aviation, specifically regarding to the laws and regulations surrounding the industry. The class is now in the [...]

New classes coming to RAHS next year

Next school year, while the core part of the schedule will be the same, new classes will be added. Over the past year, Office Manager Trish McGuire has been working on the new schedule. “There are many new classes possibly being added for [...]

Students run for a head start on education

Some students from the 2020 graduating class are planning on pursuing their education outside of RAHS through Running Start. The program provides students an opportunity to, in many cases, take college level courses at their local college whilst [...]

Speech and Debate spooks students

From 6-8 PM on 20 April 2018, RAHS Speech and Debate held their annual Mystery Dinner with tickets priced at $15 to raise funds for the team. The dinner was an interactive show with the theme of Family Feud between two families; the Grundelpliths [...]

Science Olympiad concocts new tricks to step up the competition

On 3 Mar. 2018, RAHS Science Olympiad (Sci Oly) traveled to Seattle Central Community College to compete in the Regionals competition, competing against several other high schools. This year, the team brought a few new things to the competition, [...]

Youth and Government teaches politics, citizenship

RAHS’ very own Youth and Government is busy at work with their bills and debating in preparation for a North Seattle College event. Senior Henry Crockett is a veteran member of Youth and Government (Y&G). He is also currently on the leadership [...]

New club unlocks unique opportunities for students

RAHS students are attempting to create a new Key Club, in order to give people opportunities to volunteer and give back to those who are in need. There is still work to be done as far as forming it, but Key Club is definitely on its way to [...]

Science Olympiad, Ultimate Frisbee fundraise for their events

Science Olympiad and Ultimate Frisbee hold fundraising events like the Rose Sale and the PTSA Auction to generate funds for their respective activities. RAHS senior Miles Bush has been engaged in the Ultimate Frisbee team since freshman year [...]

Prospect of ECP looms over the sophomores

As the second semester at RAHS began, sophomores prepared themselves for the beginning of the notorious Environmental Challenge Project (ECP). From upperclassmen and the few teachers involved, 10th graders have deduced that the project entails [...]

Students expanding their horizons at international event

Many students travel to learn about different communities, and some students are lucky enough to travel to different cities or states, but seniors Harrison Jerome and Cole Graham are traveling out of the country to visit an international event. [...]
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