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RAHS students create solutions on keeping printing identities safe

Towards the end of the year, some students resorted to stealing printing ID’s because they were low on money, which left many with drained accounts as well. RAHS sophomore Ayan Hersi had a lot of expectations for the new school especially [...]

Auction kicked off to a great start

On Saturday 4 Nov. 2017, businesses, families, partners, and students will gather in the Great Gallery for the 2017 RAHS Auction to help fund the school. Auction chair Heidi Gottshall is in charge of organizing the auction this year. “It’s [...]

Science department gains a significant figure

With Garett Shiroma’s departure as the chemistry teacher, the 2017-18 school year brings with it a new arrival, Brandyn Mannion, who brings professionalism, humor, and enthusiasm to the chemistry classroom. Mannion’s first two years of [...]

New biology teacher starts at RAHS

In Aug. of 2017, Nathan Gwinn moved to Washington and began teaching biology at RAHS. He came from Texas, and so far, does not have many regrets on his decision. He decided to change schools because he believed Washington is truly where he [...]

RAHS English courses start a new chapter

The 2017-2018 RAHS school year will bring drastic changes in the English Department. As Mary Ciccone-Cook leaves, current Sophomore English teacher Sarah Fitzpatrick will take on AP Language and Composition, and current Freshman English teacher [...]

RAHS students head off to U.S Naval Academy

Juniors Harrison Korin and Conner Whitlock will be participating in the Naval Academy program this summer. During the program, they will live as a cadet for one week, going through the agenda as any other admitted cadet. This would include training, [...]

70+ model planes given to RAHS

Edmond Squifflet, a retired Boeing Civil Engineer, passed away in Nov. 2016, and his model aircraft collection was gradually donated to RAHS this year.   David Bush, executor of the late Edmond Squifflet’s estate, personally knew and [...]

Port of Seattle aids with Sophomore Environmental Challenge Project

Sophomores finished the Environmental Challenge Project (ECP) with guidance from teachers and the Seattle Ports.   Troy Hoehne the Current Global Issues teacher had a major role with the Sophomore ECP’s and the Seattle Ports. He also [...]

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 [...]
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