Teams & Clubs
Our PTSA is proud to support all RAHS teams & and clubs and see them as part of our students' educational development. Annual funding is granted based on the club's needs and business plan for the school year. We also provide volunteering and advice support where needed. For a complete, up to date list of school operated clubs, please visit the school website.
ACE club stands for Airline Career Experience. The focus of the club is to connect students to experienced mentors in the aviation industry. ACE features experienced guest speakers who mentor students on ways to enter the aviation industry, such as through a service academy, airlines, or ROTC. We talk about different college options, what majors to consider, and possible jobs in the aviation industry. We offer exciting field trips, like Alaska Airlines Aviation Day. Overall, the ACE club is a great club to learn about not only flying professionally but the entire aviation industry.
Associated Student Body - ASB
ASB (Associated Student Body) is all about fostering a sense of connection and school spirit among students. ASB aims to create a tight-knit community within the school through various organized activities and events. Our primary goal is to unify students, boost school spirit, and ensure everyone feels engaged and connected to the school experience.
Feel free to check out our Instagram to stay up to date with what we do: https://instagram.com/rahsphoenix/
Business Club - Beverage Cart
In this class, we learn the basics of starting and maintaining a profitable business. Students develop leadership skills and hone their abilities to develop, promote, and sell products. In particular, we will trace the origins of coffee through the supply chain while also learning to make excellent coffee drinks.
Science Olympiad is an amazingly fun competition in which teams of up to 15 students test their scientific mettle and engineering prowess in 24 different events. From astronomy to experimental design, anatomy to technical writing, constructing Rube Goldberg devices to computer programming, whatever field of study piques your interest, you'll find a home for it in Science Olympiad.
RAHS fields five Science Olympiad teams made up of students who are excited and passionate about learning and doing science and engineering.
National Honor Society Club
The RAHS National Honor Society is built on four pillars - Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. Our chapter focuses on providing opportunities for students to build on these values and grow as active community members. Students engage in a variety of projects, such as volunteer work at food banks and animal shelters, organizing the biannual BloodWorks blood drive, planning school events, and peer tutoring. Additionally, students are encouraged to develop their own passion projects. In turn, students must maintain a high academic standard and accumulate a set number of event and liaison credits each semester.
The Unmanned Aerial Systems team builds drones and has the opportunity to enter into competition at the state and national level. Here are some of the other benefits of joining this team:
Obtain flight hours and learn real-world applications for unmanned systems
Stay up-to-date on the latest technology
Partner with Purdue University and earn possible credits for the Intro to Unmanned Aerial Systems course
Join and participate in the Drone club at RAHS
Ultimate Frisbee is Raisbeck Aviation High School’s sport for those who want to have fun while staying in shape and is easy to pick up. It has a heavy focus on team building and sportsmanship, and dedicated members have the opportunity to compete in games and tournaments. Games are played all around Seattle with some day trips in the mix such as tournaments, ferry rides, and short road trips. Players are able to fulfill their P.E. credits through the school for a great athletic experience open to anyone. Email TurbulenceRAHS@gmail.com to learn more and get started with the team.
Green Energy Team
RAHS Green Energy Team is comprised of a group of young engineers who are eager to bring design, build, test and refine clean, renewable energy technology. From 2015-18, the team designed and built model wind turbines to compete in the National Kid Wind and the Collegiate Wind Challenges. This year, they have turned their sights to building a solar-powered car from the ground up. Group members specialize in a wide range of disciplines including Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Fabrication, Aerodynamics, Project Management, Financial Administration, and Outreach. Find more information and view their progress on their website. https://rahsgreenenergy.com/
Women in Aviation
Women in Aviation International (WAI) is a club that empowers women who aspire to go into the aviation industry to follow their dreams. WAI provides a place for women at our school with similar passions to come together and motivate each other. In this club, we focus on helping women exploring different careers in STEM, and we discuss and research different college options and career opportunities. Our executive team works on getting in touch with different guest speakers that can come in and inspire the girls in our club. We are active in the community and are always searching for new volunteer opportunities in order to encourage students at RAHS to become future philanthropists. We also make it our mission to attend different conferences and events surrounding females in the work industry such as Women Fly, Alaska Airlines Aviation day, as well as other Women in Aviation sponsored events. One of our goals this year is to host an RAHS Stem day, a day in which middle school girls are able to recognize that their interests in science, technology, engineering, and math, correlate with a career. Overall, we hope to inspire our fellow women to find their path and follow the dreams.