A weekly newsletter for RAHS students, staff members, parents and mentors
A lottery was held on February 16 to select students for our secondary schools that require an application including Raisbeck Aviation High School. Because there were more applicants than can be admitted to these schools, students were selected by lottery from the pool of eligible candidates.
Check here to find the link to the choice transfer request form for you home school district.
We have a slighly different schedule due to the holiday. Check here for our schedule.
The snow make-up day for Monday, February 6, will be Tuesday, May 30.
Competition season begins....March 4 and 5 at Auburn Mountainview High School
View the HSD Emergency Bulletin including School Bus Transportation information in the event of inclement weather.
If you could not attend one of our Information Nights, you can view the presentation here.
The graduation photos from the 2016 ceremony are now up and available for viewing!
District leadership and the Highline Education Association (HEA) have agreed on a calendar for the 2016-17 school year. The calendar will be final after HEA members vote on it in August. At this time, we do not anticipate changes. Our website calendar now reflects our school calendar for next year. A year-at-a-glance calendar is also available online to view and download.
Share your thoughts about three possible school changes! Do you have more to say about proposed school schedule changes? About the high school experience and learning opportunities in our district? Be part of our online ThoughtExchange between May 17-31.
Kindergarten through high school students are invited to share their writing! Highline Public Schools is launching a second year of celebrating student writing with #HighlineWrites: Celebrating Young Authors. The celebration will be held the week of May 23, 2016. All students are invited to submit a piece of their narrative, information, opinion/argument writing, or poetry by Wednesday, May 18.
We want Raisbeck Aviation High School families to be informed about why students in grades 10-11 spend a few hours per year taking the state test. Here are answers to questions you may have and a link so you can try a sample test.
Raisbeck Aviation High School rose to No. 1 in the 2016 U.S. News ranking of best high schools in Washington, up from fifth place in 2015.
Many photo-worthy celebrations and events will be happening at our school as the year comes to a close. When taking and sharing photos, please respect the privacy of other students and families. Some families do not want their child’s photo shared on social media. In some cases, this is a critical safety issue. Here are some important reminders…
Highline Public Schools is considering some school schedule changes that could affect your family. We are asking for your input…
In partnership with King County Library System, all Highline students now have new online access to valuable resources. This is a separate account from their library cards, with no fines or fees.
A lottery was held on February 10 to select students for our secondary schools that require an application. This includes CHOICE Academy, Raisbeck Aviation High School, and the International Baccalaureate (IB) program offered at Mount Rainier High School.
Families and students can now pay for school and class fees online using our Touchbase electronic payment system. Fees include science, chemistry lab, physics lab, technology, art, and ASB.
School of Aeronautics and Astronautics welcomes Raisbeck Aviation High School students to Seminar for Top Engineering Prospects (STEP) Program. Students Noah, Navath, Carlos, and Jacklyn represented RAHS at the program.