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RAHS junior Henry Feehan competes in Motocross

Henry Feehan, a junior at RAHS, is a serious motocross competitor, who dedicates significant portions of his weekends and breaks to practice and compete. He has even qualified for the national championship in Tennessee, and likely would have [...]

Ross and Bergin commence a new way for students to learn instruments

RAHS sophomores Wren Bergin and Davie Anne Ross are in the process of setting up a music lessons program at Highline High School. The two offer instrument lessons ranging from novice to advanced in expertise based on the student’s instrument [...]

New classes coming to RAHS next year

Next school year, while the core part of the schedule will be the same, new classes will be added. Over the past year, Office Manager Trish McGuire has been working on the new schedule. “There are many new classes possibly being added for [...]

Mrs. Cook cans her old life for one in New York

Former RAHS English teacher for at least a decade, Mary Ciccone-Cook, has been up to big things. Mrs. Cook has been gone for almost an entire year now, and while there are parts about RAHS she misses, she is enjoying her life away from the [...]

Has Link Crew really benefited students?

Link Crew is a program led by upperclassmen designed to help incoming freshmen get through their first year of high school at RAHS. While it has been beneficial to some students, many students feel that it has not assisted their transition [...]

Students run for a head start on education

Some students from the 2020 graduating class are planning on pursuing their education outside of RAHS through Running Start. The program provides students an opportunity to, in many cases, take college level courses at their local college whilst [...]

Flight by Design discovers new insights

During second period on Thursday, 29 Mar. 2018, Flight by Design teacher Nikhil Joshi took his class to a Boeing facility to experience an Eco-Demonstration; a presentation by Boeing engineers about the new technologies they are trying to implement [...]

Speech and Debate spooks students

From 6-8 PM on 20 April 2018, RAHS Speech and Debate held their annual Mystery Dinner with tickets priced at $15 to raise funds for the team. The dinner was an interactive show with the theme of Family Feud between two families; the Grundelpliths [...]

Boeing revamps internships for RAHS juniors

For the summer of 2018, Boeing is offering 11 internships for students at RAHS who are interested in the aviation and other related fields. Career Choices teacher Renee Olsen is helping coordinate all of these opportunities, and Boeing has [...]

The Apocalypses Happened…

 

SpaceX launches hope about future innovation, success in space

On 6 Feb. 2018, RAHS students were able to view SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch by livestream, demonstrating students and faculty enthusiasm towards commercial rocketry and space exploration. RAHS Principal Therese Tipton encouraged teachers [...]
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