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District and RAHS consider new options for tech

Donated by Dr. James Raisbeck in 2013 for all RAHS students, the set of school laptops have unfortunately begin to run their end. As administration, the district, and private donors start looking for options for the next few years regarding [...]

Traditional freshman project blasts off

RAHS’ Freshman Aviation English teacher Wayne Storer’s class freshman class presented the research they conducted for the Cassini space probe to an external audience taking place on four separate dates, the 18 and 19 of April and the 26 [...]

Sophomore spring adventures

The Sophomore class was especially active this past Spring Break with some traveling to Japan, Guatemala and Germany. These are accounts of some of their funnest and most interesting experiences while out of the country. Student :Thomas Waite   Location: [...]

Blue Origin internship takes off

In March 2017, junior Brynne Hunt was informed that she got the Blue Origin internship.   “I feel really excited.” said Hunt, “I didn’t really expect to get it and I was really nervous with the whole interview process.”   Many [...]

Ms. McEwen is excited for summer 17’

  Ms. McEwen, the former RAHS office manager, recently found herself at the Tyee High School campus as an administrator for Global Connections High School.   “I am working at Global Connections High School.” said McEwen “Along [...]

School’s first spelling bee to be held in May

On 24 May, students at RAHS will participate in the first spelling bee hosted by the school. Currently, preliminary rounds are being held weekly on Mondays for underclassmen and Thursdays for upperclassmen.   The spelling bee is organized [...]

RAHS receives For Future Generations

Dr. James Raisbeck, who has been supporting Raisbeck Aviation High School for many years, is again showing his support by donating Howard Lovering’s book For Future Generations to every student and staff member at RAHS.   Dr. Raisbeck [...]

New CAD manufacturing class available in 2017-18

A new CAD (Computer-Assisted Design) course is coming Fall of 2017 and will be teaching students how to use some of the resources RAHS has to offer such as the 3D printer in addition to digital design. The teacher has not yet been confirmed, [...]

RAHS students sharpen their math skills

The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) is a math exam designed to help students improve their mathematical ability and evaluate their skills. On 15 Feb. 2017, twenty RAHS students took the exam.   Junior Izzie Torres participated [...]

SpaceX reuses Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage

On 30 Mar. 2017, SpaceX reused a rocket first stage, the largest bottom portion used to initially launch the payload off the ground. The Falcon 9 lifted off from pad 39 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, with the first stage landing on a barge [...]

George Sidles explores metalworking

Sophomore George Sidles is known for the metalwork he does on his home island of Bainbridge. After starting about 3 years ago, he has been interested in the craft ever since.   “In seventh and eighth grade I attended a couple intro to [...]
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