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Word on the street: Windows vs. OS X

By: Joe Spallino Is the average RAHS student a Mac, or a PC? Most can agree that each has its ups and downs, and that preferences may change based on what it’s used for, whether it’s hardcore gaming or graphic design and visual media editing. However [...]

RAHS lacks AP Computer courses

By Justin Sim Though RAHS embraces code writing as a language of the future, students are unable to take advanced computer classes at the school. This comes as a disappointment for students wanting to seek a career specific to computer science [...]

RAHS staff abandons pen and paper

Though Raisbeck Aviation High School is recognized as a STEM school, the school has used old-fashioned pen and paper when it comes to registration, applications, club signups, signatures, and surveys for many years. Each year, teachers print [...]

Making Halloween spook-tacular with science

If you’re looking for ways to spice up your Halloween, then you can look no further because the students at RAHS have got some ideas that will make your Halloween scary good fun. RAHS junior Griffin Capadona, a self-proclaimed Halloween [...]

Gudor plays with a cool tech toy

If everything goes according to plan, Michael Gudor and his Aerospace Engineering students will soon have access to a new piece of technology to help enhance their learning: the school’s laser cutter. The new piece of tech allows the students [...]

Science heats up with new thermal imaging cameras

  With a recent donation from PSI Solutions,Scott McComb’s Physics II and Physical Science & the Physics of Flight classes are able to conduct new experiments to measure the temperature of different substances and objects. Tad Papineau, [...]

Microsoft programs spark opportunity

By Kara de Leon Text it, tweet it, post it, create it: Microsoft is sparking world-changers to use the power of technology by providing opportunities for kids and teens through YouthSpark programs. One of these programs is the YouthSpark Reporters. [...]

McComb ventures to Michigan for nuclear physics

As some hit the beach, RAHS science teacher Scott McComb is heading to the state of Michigan to learn more about physics. “I’m going to Michigan State University for a week-long class on the physics of atomic nuclei,” said McComb. “I’ll [...]

Science-based senior projects a success

Senior Projects: Camila Palacio, Grace Cieskiewicz, and Ellen Jetland are four students this year that have done science-based senior projects at Raisbeck Aviation High School. They all have impressed the judges enough to qualify for the Senior [...]

Students jam-pack summer

“There are 104 days of summer vacation, and school comes along just to end it. So the annual problem for Raisbeck Aviation is finding a good way to spend it.” – Phineas and Ferb theme song.   In truth, many students will go home [...]

Affordable smartwatches fly onto the wrists of students

Imagine never struggling to take your phone out of your pocket again and instead glancing at your wrist for the latest email, text, or tweet. Information at a glance is finally here, and in the past few years, it has crawled from the pocket [...]
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