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On Your Mark, Get Set, Stress

Aviation High School seniors are done with their college applications and waiting to get an acceptance letter back. The more the seniors wait, the more they stress about whether they got into a college or not. When applying to Aviation High [...]

Spending Spring Break in Japan

During this spring break, eight to nine people from Mr. Kumakura’s Japanese class will get the opportunity to go to Japan, and experience the Japanese culture first hand. The whole Japanese class is invited to go, but Mr. Kumakura only [...]

Love is in the Air

This January and February, ASB has planned two fundraisers, DataMatch, where students get a chance to find out who shares similar interests as well as other things like birthdays, and the flower sale. ASB is putting on these events to raise [...]

Celebrating “yaD etisoppO”

The week of January 23rd is the next Spirit Week, and Aviation High School will celebrate a holiday that not everyone knows about. There has always been confusion about when Opposite Day actually takes place. The official date for Opposite [...]

When it Snows, They Ski

While snow starts to cover the mountains, ski and snowboard enthusiasts are getting their gear ready to head up to the mountains. Aviation High School’s Ski Club is finalizing their preparation to send students on the ski bus to Snoqualmie [...]

Holidays End and Grief Follows

Sadness increases as the holiday ends.  After waiting for a year, people just want the holidays to last. The holiday season is something to look forward to every fall and winter.  Presents, food and breaks, ideally the holidays are meant allow [...]

Securing Schools One Link at a Time

The season of giving is upon us, and what better way to do it than by participating in the National Honor Society (NHS) fundraiser that will send money to Aviation’s sister school in Uganda? The money that will be raised will be used to help [...]

Spamming for Charity

The 2011 Project for Awesome is running on December 17 and 18. Project for Awesome is an event that helps raise money for several charities by earning money from ads on videos from YouTube. This year, it will all start on the 17th of December [...]

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. [...]

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 [...]
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