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Youth and Government wants YOU!

Every other Monday at RAHS, a tight knit group of four gathers in Ms. Olsen’s room to puzzle over their game plan for this year’s round of Youth and Government. Youth and Government, or YAG, is an interactive take on teaching the legislative [...]

Talk it out bro-ughnut

Dudes’ Doughnut Day, a relatively new RAHS tradition, will come to RAHS guys on 18 Dec. This event was created to be a place where guys can come together, have a good time, and eat doughnuts in the BPC toward the end of their first semester. Doughnut [...]

Famous tradition overlaps with another

While some were dressing in sequins and giving flowers to one another for the Aviators’ Ball, other students decided to take a different approach to their November night. Students were encouraged by both flyers and the NOTAM to apply to [...]

¡Si se puede, profesores!

William Peterson’s Spanish class is famous (or infamous, depending on who one talks to) for being entirely in Spanish. Now, the class that is normally for high school students is being taught to adults. The Highline School District has a [...]

Food drive helps RAHS feed the hungry

From 16 Nov. to 24 Nov. 2015, National Honor Society (NHS) and Interact Club hosted a food drive at RAHS. The food went to families and individuals who needed food this Thanksgiving. The winners of the food drive competition were the seniors, [...]

Lottery process in the works for class of 2020

Students hoping to attend one of Highline’s choice schools face a newly reformed process to apply, starting with incoming freshmen in the 2016-17 school year . A random lottery selection was recently announced that will replace more subjective [...]

Debut of new Advisory program for college and career

A new Advisory program has replaced the old Career Cruising website that has been used for college and career planning in RAHS advisories. This is not the first time a new online service has been adopted for these purposes, and the introduction [...]

Info Night comes around once again

Info Night is a helpful event that allows prospective students to take a look at what RAHS is all about, and teachers and students alike want to make sure they’re on their best behavior to show visitors what life is like at the school. Ailis [...]

Students say goodbye to camouflage clothing

This year, wearing camouflage clothing has been banned from the Raisbeck Aviation High School dress code. Though the ban will not affect many students, it does raise questions about how the dress code is written and why RAHS has a “business [...]

Science gets spooky

Students in Science Olympiad attended a spooky self-invitational on October 31st, crowded with costumes and nerds alike.   Adeline Bader, sophomore at RAHS and Science Olympiad (Sci-Oly) member, attended and competed at the event.   “The [...]

MoF hosts haunted house

  Students can volunteer to be ghosts for an incredible haunted house at the Museum Of Flight on  25 Oct. for the community service credit, just for fun, or even for extra credit points. “There is something happening with the Museum [...]
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