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RAHS adding an artistic addition to school’s exterior

After lots of hard work and collaboration between the Museum of Flight, RAHS, and the Raisbecks, a mural will be put up on RAHS’ south exterior walls to help enliven the space between RAHS and the Museum of Flight. The mural is expected to [...]

Upgrades over summer give new life to student computers

Over the summer, Blended Learning Technologist Anthony McLaughlin and his corps of teachers assistants (TAs) were busy upgrading the RAHS student laptops. “The primary issue was replacing the old mechanical hard drives, which were going on [...]

ASB’s new approach making RAHS more fun and exiciting

During the 2016-17 school year, the RAHS the Associated Student Body (ASB) has been trying to create a welcoming environment by encouraging student collaboration and promoting positive interactions. ASB President and senior Catie Stukel believes [...]

Women in Aviation opening up scholarships for women at RAHS

Every year, Women in Aviation International (WIAI) gives 103 scholarships to girls that have been in the club as of 1 Nov. 2017. These scholarships can have a collective worth of around $600,000. WIAI Board President Dr. Peggy Chabrian thinks [...]

Quality players lead to quality results

When the NFL season started the first week of Sept. 2017, many RAHS students started competing within their own Fantasy Football leagues. Senior Toshi Take’ initiated a gathering of RAHS students to compete in the game 2 years ago. “Our [...]

RAHS revises the dress code

The new dress code announced by ASB during the first day of school assembly allows RAHS students to wear a more relaxed clothing style, such as wearing shorts in May if they want. As the dress code allows for more flexibility, some students, [...]

Snark Attack Fear of Change

  Snark Attack: Fear Change   To paraphrase one of my favorite quotes: “The only permanent things in this world are change and your inability to deal with it”   Let’s get one thing straight here, people. Everything changes, [...]

Ground Control TOO MUCH PUMPKIN

Dear Ground Control, With autumn comes everyone’s least favorite Starbucks drink: the Pumpkin Spice Latte. Recently, I have noticed that it doesn’t end there. IT’S EVERYWHERE. Pumpkin spice this and pumpkin spice that. I hate pumpkin spice. [...]

ACE Club hard at work

For the past year, Raisbeck Aviation High School’s ACE club members have been dedicating their own time towards restoring a Boeing 727 sitting at Boeing Field. The plane previously belonged to the Museum of Flight but now belongs to the National [...]

Students search for science and technology

As the first two months of school are wrapping up, students are becoming immersed in their science and technology related elective classes. Although there is a wide variety of classes to choose from, some students are struggling to find the [...]

New CAD teacher brings new format to class

The Engineering Design II class, with a focus on computer-aided design (CAD) and manufacturing, is taught by Michael Gudor and allows returning students to choose projects that interest them. These projects range from 3D printing fidget spinners [...]
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