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2017 Summer Dare

All right RAHS students, it’s almost time for summer, and you know what that means! Staying at home, closing the curtains, and sitting on your laptop for three months straight. Okay, maybe a few of you actually have fun plans. But for the [...]
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RAHS to offer 4 years of Spanish next year

In February 2017, the Highline School District mandated that all schools offer four consecutive years of world language. As a result, next year RAHS will offer four years of Spanish. Director of Language Learning and Teacher Development Bernard [...]
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Orienteering maps its way into RAHS

After only two seasons of competing, RAHS’ orienteering team recently took home trophies. The girls’ team placed first in both regular season and the championship, the boys placed third in regular season.   Regular season has eight [...]
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Open school network open to misuse

Security camera feeds on the RAHS campus have been freely accessible to view on the school network, but concerns about students abusing the open design of that network has the district Department of Technology Services (DoTS) keeping closer [...]
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Poetry Out Loud debuts at RAHS

On Jan. 17, students and teachers met in the PLC for the first Poetry Out Loud (POL) competition at RAHS. The competition aims to foster the love of poetry in high schools around the country. Freshman English teacher, Wayne Storer, was the [...]
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Mentor inspires and changes lives

Through his efforts in making professional connections, sophomore Sameer Romani has found desirable qualities and wisdom in his mentor, Captain Steve Taylor, who has plenty to teach him. “When I first met Captain Taylor, I knew I wanted to [...]
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Face to Facebook

After the 20 Mar. 2016 RAHS Cultural Awareness Assembly, a debate over perceived racism sparked through a post on Facebook. This highlighted a bigger controversy about the role social media plays in spreading awareness of racism and other injustices. Members [...]
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The numbers and statistics behind the new application

Even with some in sharp opposition to the new lottery system,  the release of demographics on 10 Feb. have clearly shown that it has been a success in increasing the diversity of RAHS. The school on a whole is currently 65% Caucasian, 23.3% [...]
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New application’s release answers some questions, concerns linger

Almost three months after the formal announcement of the process change and the subsequent controversy surrounding it, the application for RAHS’s Class of 2020 was released on January 4th, the Monday after Winter Break. The new application [...]
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Lottery process in the works for class of 2020

Students hoping to attend one of Highline’s choice schools face a newly reformed process to apply, starting with incoming freshmen in the 2016-17 school year . A random lottery selection was recently announced that will replace more subjective [...]
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What happens online stays online

In an underground sub-culture of the RAHS community, a group of minors are one die click away from a fantastic win or a spectacular loss.   Because of the rarity of its items, Counter Strike Global Offensive, better known as CS:GO, has [...]
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