(Advised by Mr. Chapman Thursday during lunch from 11:55 am - 12:30 pm in room 3210)
ACE club stands for Airline Career Experience. The main focus of the club is to educate students about what life as a commercial pilot is like; as well as the requirements and steps for reaching that goal. We talk about different college options, what majors to consider, and other possible jobs in the aviation industry. We also have exciting field trips, like to the Alaska Airlines 737 full motion simulators and the flight line and hangar at Seattle Tacoma International Airport. Sometimes we have guest speakers come and speak about other ways to get into flying, such as through a service academy or ROTC. We also talk about the current state of airlines (such as the progress of the UAL-COA merger) and modern airliners. Overall, ACE club is a great club to learn about not only flying professionally, but the entire aviation industry. For instance, a few of the members have no interest in getting their commercial pilot's license, but still want to be engineers and private pilots.
(Advised by Mr. McComb on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 pm- 5:00 pm in room 2350 )
RAHS is dedicated to educating its students at the highest level possible, in all fields, and especially math, science, and engineering. To support this mission, we are happy to introduce the AIAA (the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics) club at RAHS, dedicated to fulfilling these goals in conjunction with both the school and the AIAA’s local chapter. We will harness the power of the community, connect with local schools and science fairs, and, most importantly, the AIAA organization, dedicated to furthering engineering and all other professions involved in the aeronautics industry. As a club, we will bring in speakers, participate in events, and work on great projects to further our learning, and prepare for futures and engineers. Join us!
(Advised by Ms. Erdmann- Fitz)
This club is restricted to students already in ASB, please see Ms. Fitz for more information.
Black Student Union (BSU)
(Advised by Ms. Marshalla on Wednesday at lunch from 12:00 pm to 12:35 pm in room 3140)
The mission and philosophy of Black student union is to help our students strive for academic excellence, promote positive images of African Americans and help all students become an integral part of a college community.
(Advised by Mr. Storer on Tuesday from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in room 3130)
In Environmental Club you will help create awareness of environmental issues, such as protection, conservation, preservation, and restoration, with an emphasis on educating and empowering students. Students who are interested in environmental advocacy and awareness are encouraged to join.
Gay, Straight Alliance (GSA)
(Advised by Ms. Olsen on Tuesday from 3:45 pm - 4:45 pm in room 2310)
GSA provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, and talk about issues related to gender identity. In addition, it is our intent to create alliances that increase awareness, decrease prejudices and create a safe school atmosphere for all.
(Advised by Ms. Nurzhanov Thursday during lunch from 11:55 am - 12:30 pm in room 2310)
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Lion Dance Club
(Advised by Ms. Tranholt on Tuesday from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm in the BPC)
A student-run team that preforms traditional dance of Asian culture. Students perform at festivals, celebrations and during assemblies.
National Honor Society Club
(Advised by Ms. Wombold every last Thursday of teh month from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in room 3590)
If you applied and were accepted into NHS before, and want to get more involved, then this club is a good fit for you. By joining this club, you can participate in any NHS event, and input any ideas you have for events during the meetings! It's a great way to get more involved with school and in the community, and you can get experience running fundraisers or other projects we do. You can also fulfill your community service through active participation in NHS.
Phoenix Force Robotics
(Advised by Mr. Joshi and Ms. Olsen on Tuesday and Thursday in room(s) 1610, 1620 and 1640)
A student-run team powered by mentor and supported by school, parents and our community.
(Advised by Mr. Novelo Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45 pm - 5:30 pm in room 3530)
The club encourages growth of artistic vision and technical knowledge, exploring connection between the eye, the camera and spirit. Members share ideas and knowledge with each other to promote interest in photography and journalism.
(Advised by Ms. Marshalla on Wednesday from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in room 3140)
Spanish Club promotes interest in the Hispanic culture and provides an opportunity to learn to speak Spanish in an informal setting. All are welcome.
Speech and Debate
(Advised by Mr. Nightshoot Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm in room 3580)
Speech and debate club gives students the educational resources, competitive opportunities, and expertise necessary to foster their communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creative skills.
Women in Aviation (WAI)
(Advised by Mr. Bien-Aime on Wednesday from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm in room 1610)
WIA is dedicated to encouraging and advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests. We provide resources to assist women in aviation and to encourage young women to consider aviation as a career.
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