Admissions

The application window for the 2019-20 school year is now closed.
 
 
 
Students interested in attending Raisbeck Aviation High School (RAHS) must submit an application during the application window. If there are more applicants than seats available, selection of students will be by lottery drawing of applicants who are fully committed to the RAHS educational program, followed by a student and parent conference with RAHS administration, school staff and students.
 
Please carefully read the information in this section to determine if RAHS is a good fit for you. Your name will be placed in the lottery only if you commit to all requirements and submit the requested documents. 
 

Application Information

During the application window, use our online application portal to complete and submit an application. Create an account using an email address or mobile phone number. After providing basic guardian and student information, save and/or submit your application.

If you cannot finish an application in one sitting, click "Save Progress," and resume the application at any time. For technical questions about how to submit an application, please contact support by email support@schoolmint.com or call 855-957-3535.

Space is limited. A lottery process is used when applications exceed capacity. The lottery for the 2019-20 school year will take place on March 1. Students are selected using the SchoolMint software. Families will be notified immediately via SchoolMint. Results will be posted online March 4, 2019.

Lottery Process

If there are more applications than space at any particular grade level, the district will hold a lottery including all students with completed applications. Students not accepted in the lottery will be placed on a waitlist in the order they are chosen from the pool of remaining students. If there are more seats available than there are applicants, applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year.

About Raisbeck Aviation High School 

RAHS offers a specialized curriculum focused on aviation- and aerospace-related topics. Students who are motivated to pursue a science, technology, engineering or math education and career pathway related to aviation, aerospace and space exploration are ideal candidates.