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Flight by Design team prepares for liftoff in early 2017

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Students anticipate the new Aviation Theatre

Following up on students wanting more art credit classes to bypass the art contract, this year, the RAHS community has been presented with a new class called Aviation Theatre as an alternative to obtaining one’s art credit.   The class [...]

RAHS Ultimate Frisbee breaks the losing streak

The last couple of years the Raisbeck Aviation High School Ultimate Frisbee team has not made a big splash in the frisbee scene. In the 2015-16 season, the boy’s team for RAHS Ultimate Frisbee lost each game, but this year Turbulence has [...]

New Aeronautical Science Pathway appears on student’s radars

Following the start of the 2016-2017 school year, the Aeronautical Science Pathway program entices not only RAHS students, but students from other districts as well, to the Museum of Flight after school from 3:45 to 6 pm.   This after [...]

Tweaks to the federal student aid initiate this year

Because of recent changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is a government program that handles financial aid distribution, seniors now are able to submit their application 1 Oct. instead of 1 Jan.   “The [...]

RAHS welcomes University of Washington courses

Raisbeck Aviation High School has recently added University of Washington in the High Schools college courses into its curriculum. Beginning this year, juniors and seniors can take courses for college credits and get a taste of what it takes [...]

SAT: Failure is still an option

After much angst over the new SAT, juniors who took the exam at The Museum of Flight Red Barn Classroom and Raisbeck Aviation High School on 1 Mar. 2016 generally felt positively about the experience, despite the changes to the test. RAHS school [...]

Spirit Week brings peak in dress codes violations

Usually Spirit Week involves dressing up in different themes for each day, but in the week before Spring Fling students were dressing for the weather, regardless of the day’s theme. This resulted in twenty-two detentions. During Spirit Week [...]

Controversial admissions season wraps up

The use of the lottery system for this year’s new admissions process sparked the expression of worries from students and parents that the lottery will undermine the culture and the quality of the student body at RAHS. Despite concerns that [...]

Don’t give up now

  The end of the year is coming up fast. That means less time to see peers in school the end-of-the-year activities coming to a close. The last month of the year may be the last month seniors are here, or it may be another year passing [...]

Drama flies into RAHS

  Wayne Storer, humanities teacher, is planning a new Theatre class at RAHS because of his background in the arts. “I have been interested in theatre for a really long time. I was active in high school, I was active in college, [and] [...]
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