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University of Washington gives students flexibility for enrichment

The Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars (RC) at the University of Washington (UW) offers students courses for both school credit and enrichment. The RC also provides Programs for highly capable high school students to kick [...]

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Students in the Summer Stretch Robotics class work on their projects.

RAHS students are taking up internships that match with their own passions in order to dive deeper into what interests them. RAHS senior Stella Sisson recently became an intern at the Seattle Bouldering Project (SBP) to teach children how to [...]

RAHS students push the limits

Raisbeck Aviation High School is built for those who want to achieve a higher education in the STEM field. It helps to push determined students to their limits while preparing them for the future. Challenging course schedules are available [...]

ASB raises spirits for the rest of RAHS school year

ASB plans to keep up with big events such as Winter Ball and Prom while not forgetting about small events such as spirit games. Planning events that are loved by the student body is a hard task, something that ASB tries to accomplish every [...]

Science Olympiad preps for success

Science Olympiad went to the Curtis Invitational on 13 Jan. 2018. Sophomore Troy Leighton and SciOly Secretary senior Adeline Bader are both on the studying team, which involves extensive research and test taking. “I do three different events,” [...]

Phoenix Scholars Society motivates students to get help with their homework

The Homework Club has now rebranded as The Phoenix Scholars Society (PSS) to emphasize how students can get help and study in a positive environment. It will take place during the same time and place as Homework Club, in rooms 3160 and 3210 [...]

RAHS alumni share their wisdom

Black Students Union encourages RAHS students to get involved

Black Student Union (BSU) is starting the new year off by playing a bigger role in school and the wider community by planning events and activities as well as taking part in the MLK assembly. Senior and President of BSU Kyla Marks wants to [...]

Superintendent’s Student Leadership Team to bring about big changes

The Superintendent Student Leadership Team is comprised of 14 students from high schools all over the District and aims to find problems the schools are facing and create solutions as well. The group had its first meeting back in November. [...]
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