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Phoenix Scholars Society motivates students to get help with their homework

The Homework Club has now rebranded as The Phoenix Scholars Society (PSS) to emphasize how students can get help and study in a positive environment. It will take place during the same time and place as Homework Club, in rooms 3160 and 3210 [...]

Black Students Union encourages RAHS students to get involved

Black Student Union (BSU) is starting the new year off by playing a bigger role in school and the wider community by planning events and activities as well as taking part in the MLK assembly. Senior and President of BSU Kyla Marks wants to [...]

Science Olympiad preps for success

Science Olympiad went to the Curtis Invitational on 13 Jan. 2018. Sophomore Troy Leighton and SciOly Secretary senior Adeline Bader are both on the studying team, which involves extensive research and test taking. “I do three different events,” [...]

McComb prepares entire class to send project into space

After teaching the class originally, Scott McComb returned this year to teach RAHS’ Aerospace Engineering Class after being taught for a time by Geometry and CAD teacher Michael Gudor. “About May or June of last year it was pretty [...]

Raisbeckians suit up to become Mohanians

After previous years’ successes of recruiting student ski instructors from RAHS, the Mohan Ski and Board School is looking forward to the 2017-18 season, in which they will bring back the program. Mohan’s COO, Jennifer “Nif” Stimmel, [...]

Youth & Government on path to become an ASB club

The RAHS Youth and Government team is preparing to compete in Olympia, Washington for the Youth and Government Conference. Henry Crockett is the President of the RAHS Youth and Government team. “We are set to be headed to Olympia to take [...]

Advisory shift may leave students hungry

Due to insufficient teacher planning time and possible legal action against the district, RAHS, as well as other Highline schools, were required to change their daily schedule. This change could potentially lead to advisory being moved to the [...]

RAHS reworks language department

Last year, Highline Public Schools (HPS) made changes to their language curriculum that affected all of the schools that reside in the District. In turn, this compelled RAHS to cut Japanese out of the school, add in Spanish 3, and allow freshmen [...]

ASB’s new approach making RAHS more fun and exiciting

During the 2016-17 school year, the RAHS the Associated Student Body (ASB) has been trying to create a welcoming environment by encouraging student collaboration and promoting positive interactions. ASB President and senior Catie Stukel believes [...]

RAHS revises the dress code

The new dress code announced by ASB during the first day of school assembly allows RAHS students to wear a more relaxed clothing style, such as wearing shorts in May if they want. As the dress code allows for more flexibility, some students, [...]

Natalie Suarez launches Environmental Club at RAHS

RAHS sophomore Natalie Suarez has started a new Environmental Club that strives to make the Earth a better place through recycling and composting. “Environmental Club is an afterschool activity for students who strive for a better future [...]
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