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Physics end of the year project takes full flight

RAHS physics teacher Dona Bien-Aime is implementing within the AP Physics 1 and 2 classes a comprehensive end-of-the-year project applying physics concepts taught throughout the year to investigate why the Concorde jet was so inefficient. Senior [...]

RAHS space projects are out of this world

This year two RAHS projects will be sent into orbit. One of the projects is from the after school club Satellite Club (SAT Club). SAT Club has been working with the University of Washington to launch a satellite into space. The satellite needs [...]

Has the dissections unit been helpful?

The thought of cutting open a dead animal is disgusting, but the learning behind this unit is critical for students. Though many students find the dissection unit helpful, some say otherwise. Sophomore Joseph Pacini thought that the dissections [...]

Flight by Design projects are coming in for landing

In the start of September, Flight by Design (FbD) let loose by giving their students more freedom by the students breaking off into teams to tackle their year-long projects of interest. There are six different projects; each team ranges from [...]

Wind Team hopes to blow away the competition

Wind team is upping the ante by taking their turbine to Chicago to prepare for collegiate-level competitions. While they won’t technically be competing, the team will travel to the Collegiate Wind Competition on 7 May through the 10th in [...]

Driving hard to finish senior final projects

As RAHS seniors rapidly approach the end of the year and graduation, the select few who have chosen to participate in the Senior Showcase are wrapping up their projects before their presentations. But with too few putting forth projects for [...]

Balloon Team looks to the sky with upcoming balloon launch

In the past, Satellite Club (Sat Club) has struggled to accomplish their goals pertaining to satellites on their original timelines. However, this is starting to change as the club is starting to find success on a scale larger than just the [...]

Teachers working to open robotics space to creative students

Teachers Nikhil Joshi, Michael Gudor, and Scott McComb are working with seniors James Mitchell and Erik Harang on the development of a Makerspace, a place for students and classes to not only design creations, but to have a hands-on experience [...]

Flight by Design takes literal flight through drone

At RAHS, it is no secret that project based learning is a large part of curriculum. One of RAHS’ elective classes, Flight by Design, takes that to the next level. A group of students in Flight by Design is currently developing an autonomous [...]

Cryptocurrencies gaining popularity at RAHS

With all the recent news about bitcoin, it is no surprise that students at RAHS are getting invested in cryptocurrencies. So what are cryptocurrencies? Cryptocurrency has been gaining popularity but not many know how the whole system works. [...]

FCC repeals net neutrality

On 14 Dec. 2017 the Federal Communications Commission voted to remove regulations  preventing internet providers from blocking websites or charging for better service and certain content. The effects of this are yet to be seen, but RAHS students [...]
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