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Spanish overload!

Every year there are many more students who want to take AP Spanish than the class has room for. This year is no different, with over 40 applicants and only 32 spaces that are legally available. William Peterson, the only AP Spanish instructor [...]

Students score exciting internships

This coming summer, RAHS students will partake in some of the best internships yet, setting the bar higher than ever before. Henry Meyerson, an RAHS sophomore, will be an intern at NASA. He’ll be spending two weeks working with SEES in Seattle, [...]

ASB upset over yearbook absence

In RAHS’s annual, released Friday 3 June 2016, ASB was shocked to find that their usual page in the yearbook was not there. 2016 alumni and former ASB Vice President Karl Nielsen was very vocal about the issue. “Those [on ASB] who I did [...]
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Satellite Club rockets by

With accomplishments, logistics, and plans behind them, Satellite Team is moving quickly towards their CubeSat launch, and they will soon be starting a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for their journey into space in 2017. This is a method [...]

New transgender bathroom rules greeted with yawn

  Though transgender bathroom legislation has recently hit the spotlight, Highline School District was ahead of the game, adopting Procedure 3211 back in 2014. “Students will be allowed to use the restroom that corresponds to the gender [...]

Chemistry student teacher John Doty says goodbye

Although he would love to teach at RAHS, Chemistry student teacher John Doty has completed his time student teaching as of 16 June 2016 and will be leaving to pursue his teaching career. Once a student at RAHS, Doty is hoping to get a job as [...]

How RAHS found its new principal

RAHS students were shocked after Mr. Kelly announced his resignation at the end of this school year and were left wondering who would be taking on this challenging position come next fall. Since then, the district has created a board made [...]

Cheaper college tuition calls for more ramen

College tuitions have been increasing since their inception. According to CollegeBoard, the cost of attending a state-funded college has risen almost 160%, or just under $3,000, in the last thirty years. Last June, a bill passed in Washington [...]

New Gay Straight Alliance breaks ground

The Gay Straight Alliance or GSA, in spite of its recent founding, is a subcommunity at RAHS that plans to expand its influence in the near future. Renee Olsen, the Career Choices and Economics teacher, was selected as the GSA adviser after [...]

Superintendent publishes open letter to district

Upon mounting concerns from parents and students, Highline School District Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield published an open letter to the entirety of the district on 21 Mar 2016. The letter, addressed to Highline School District students [...]

Enthusiastic head honcho announced

Mrs. Therese Tipton has been selected as the new principal of RAHS. She was born in Seattle, and has been a principal in Phoenix, Arizona for the past few years and her background is extensive in both business and teaching. She will soon take [...]
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