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Losing Education Funding

State budget cuts caused by the United States’ failing economy are now in turn affecting Washington state, and even AHS could feel the impact when education cuts are on the table. When the next Legislature convenes, education budget cuts [...]

Red Cups Raise Red Flags

DUIs, vehicular homicide, minors in possession, police interventions–because the access to alcohol is easy, teen drinking is an expected problem over the holidays. As the holidays approach, the likelihood of underage drinking increases. [...]
The Snowpocalypse Begins

Get Ready for the Snowpocalypse

Last year King and surrounding counties had many transportation issues caused by too much snow and too little preparation. This year county officials aim to prepare better. According to the Seattle Government website, the area around Seattle [...]
Political Comic

Election Results Are In

 After a voting season focusing on many complex and significant issues like I-1125 and I-1183, the results are in, and it is time to learn what issues passed or failed, and how these results will affect the students at AHS. Initiative 1125 [...]

PUZZLED PLANNERS

There are only two female students in a freshmen Algebra class, in a junior Spanish class there are only six students in all, and in fifth period Aviation and American Character there aren’t even enough seats to go around. At Aviation High [...]

Dancing Towards the Future

It has been four years now since the Aviator’s Ball started, and it has been getting better every year. The Associated Student Body (ASB) started planning this year’s Aviator’s Ball before school even started, back in late August. The [...]

New Sheriff in Town

The doors of the hallway opened, letting the cold air into the already cold hallway of a run down school building and in walked a man with a badge. It was the new school assistant administrator and leader of STEM Leadership, Bruce Kelly. Attracted [...]

AHS Takes Flight as Ground Breaks

In August 23, ground broke for the new Aviation High School. This milestone event, however, is only the beginning, as new opportunities for students start to become realities. “We have been at this for eight years,” says AHS principal Reba [...]

Aerospace Education Ideas Launched at Cantwell

On October 24, 2011, a hearing was held at theMuseum of Flight by Senator Maria Cantwell, who is a member of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation committee, and the newly appointed chair of the Aviation Operations, Safety and Security [...]

AHS Goes Greener

Presentations, guest speakers, conserving energy, and more recycling: efforts are underway, but Aviation High School still has a long road to travel before reaching level 2 of the King County Green School Program. Waste reduction, recycling, [...]
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