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Strangers, but no danger

This year, four new faces have joined Raisbeck Aviation’s staff. The new staff include teachers Lisa Weeks and Brett Sarver, office manager Emily Thatcher, and blended learning technologist Anthony Mclaughlin. One of the teachers joining [...]

#RAHSLiftoff in the news

Raisbeck Aviation High School’s Grand Opening on October 17 has been been getting a lot of attention in the media, so the Phoenix Flyer has collected all the best stories from around the Puget Sound for our readers. Follow all these links [...]

Jake Hecla and team excel in local and national science fairs

  The intelligence of Jake Hecla took hold of the world as he and two team members from other school districts competed in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) May 12-17 in Phoenix Arizona. With stiff competition [...]

Getting ahead at Stanford

Aviation High School junior Lauren Crom is making a big step toward her college dreams after being accepted into the Stanford Summer Session, a program that allows high school and college students to take part in undergraduate classes at Stanford [...]

Clubs confront spatial limitations

Aviation High School’s new location and building could be the newest opportunity to boost AHS’s alternate activities, or be the newest cause for complication.   For extracurriculars revolving around science and aviation, moving [...]

To Censor, or not to Censor (Yourself)?

Recently on Facebook there was a scandal on the verge of starting a bad reputation for AHS with the creation of some vulgar comments made by some anonymous AHS students.   It all started with the compliments page, which was started with [...]

Staff Leadership Team Ramps it Up

The AHS Staff leadership team is trying to improve the advisory program through a series of ideas,  and they’ve even had some of their visions realized. “It’s not a secret or anything, it’s the school improvement team and every [...]

Lock-in locked in

Aviation High School’s Culture Club is trying something new this year as they plan the first ever AHS school-wide lock-in. They have made attempts in the past, but had trouble with organization. This year will be different, and they are already [...]

“It’s Bond. James Bond” and he invites you to prom

On May 17 at Within Sodo, Her Majesty’s Secret Service (i.e. the Junior Class) invites you, the junior and senior classes of Aviation High School, to Prom 2013. Themed “From Sodo with Love,” or for short “James Bond,” tickets are [...]

Master schedule up in the air

As the impending relocation of Aviation High School to the Museum of Flight campus draws near, staff and students alike are contemplating the changes they will face. Both parties have concerns over staffing and classes next year. Many district [...]

Live blog: sophomore environmental challenge project

YEAR SIX, DAY ONE: THE KICKOFF Steve Rybolt and Marco Milanese get this year’s project started off right. The problem: how to safely and efficiently add sufficient emergency power generation to the SeaTac facility in preparation for potential [...]
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