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Seniors try not to fall to senioritis

ASB has been holding a slough of different focus groups for the senior class as each decision made for the class of 2017 must go through several different levels of approval. Recent changes have been made with regard to senior graduation plans [...]

Complications presented by RAHS parking arrangement

Amidst already-prevalent student complaints about parking, the Transportation Department of Highline Public Schools (HPS) recently audited the parking situation at RAHS. They deemed the current setup unsafe and the department is working on [...]

Sophomores commence Environmental Challenge Project

On 11 Apr. 2017, the sophomore class gathered in the Boeing Presentation Center (BPC) for the kickoff of the annual Environmental Challenge Project (ECP) in cooperation with the Port of Seattle at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.   Troy [...]

Printing credit runs out for many

Due to policy changes from last year’s over-budget printing fees, many students have found themselves out of printing credit. Beginning partly through the year, students started to run out of pages and had to print from home or another student’s’ [...]

Excitement arises at RAHS over summer tech

With the summer of 2017 coming, it’s important for RAHS students to pick out new tech products to maximize their summer experiences.   Jeff Spaeth, an RAHS junior, has thought of ideas for everything from reasonable and functional tech [...]

Future scientists explore their passions

For their final project in AP Physics 2, RAHS upperclassmen have been tasked with an open-ended assignment to create a helpful project, whether it be for their own benefit or for the benefit of future students.   Seniors Kaeden Wile and [...]

Robotics returns from World Championships

April 2017 was an important month for the Raisbeck Aviation High School Skunkworks Robotics team. After their unprecedented challenges they faced performing at districts, but hoped to make a comeback at the FIRST World Championship, a four-day [...]

Parts of Bertha join school community

Kevin Wingrove, an RAHS parent and safety engineer for the Bertha tunneling project located in Seattle, has donated parts from Bertha to the RAHS community to keep and honor.   Bertha, a tunnel boring machine designed and manufactured [...]

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 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 [...]
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