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Advisory shift may leave students hungry

Due to insufficient teacher planning time and possible legal action against the district, RAHS, as well as other Highline schools, were required to change their daily schedule. This change could potentially lead to advisory being moved to the [...]

Science Olympiad students support middle schoolers

For many years, students from the RAHS Science Olympiad team have been dedicating their time to mentoring Chinook Middle School (CMS) Science Olympiad students. Scott McComb, the Science Olympiad coach at RAHS, hopes the program will get middle [...]

Snark Attack Printers

Ok, so the printers are pissing me off again. This time however, it’s not just the machine itself. It’s also the humans that operate these machines that really grind my gears. The printers themselves work off and on, and are never close [...]

Ground Control Christmas and College

Dear Ground Control, I am a senior and everyone around me seems stressed out over “college apps.” I’m afraid of sounding dumb to my friends but, what’s a “college app”? Sincerely, Confused (but not) in College   Dearest Confused, Ah, [...]

New workspaces for students become available to all

Nikhil Joshi, RAHS Mathematics, Flight by Design, and Astronomy instructor, is working on turning the Small Projects Lab and the Large Projects Lab, also known as the shop, into a space available to the entire student body. “I want to make [...]

RAHS reworks language department

Last year, Highline Public Schools (HPS) made changes to their language curriculum that affected all of the schools that reside in the District. In turn, this compelled RAHS to cut Japanese out of the school, add in Spanish 3, and allow freshmen [...]

RAHS’ English department mixes things up

At the end of last year, AP Language and AP Literature teacher Mary Ciccone-Cook left RAHS. Former freshman English teacher Wayne Storer is taking on AP Literature, while Sarah Fitzpatrick is teaching AP Language; both are collaborating to [...]

K-Pop enables students to express themselves

K-Pop has influenced RAHS students as a way for them to come together and interact with one another through a mutual interest. Senior Francesca Gaerlan believes that K-Pop brought her to meet new people and  experiences fun activities such [...]

RAHS revives aviation theme

With RAHS’ focus on aviation and aerospace, administrators and teachers have a strong desire to incorporate more of an aviation and aerospace focus in the school’s activities and classes. RAHS Principal Therese Tipton and Vice Principal [...]

Student stars shine on stage

From 9 Sept. to 24 Sept., RAHS students performed in the Hi-Liners Musical Theatre adaptation of The Little Mermaid at the Performing Arts Center in Burien. Laboring extensively over the summer, students such as RAHS sophomore Wren Bergin finally [...]

Interact Club reboots for a new school year

During the 2016-17 school year, Interact Club was plagued by a lack of progress. Interact Club President Anusha Gani remembers the issues that plagued the RAHS Lock-In and ultimately led to the event being cancelled. “We wanted to do a lock-in [...]
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