Raider News


Morehouse
Morehouse College Visit

Thank you Mrs. Ratliff from Morehouse College in Atlanta Georgia for stop by Rain High today to recruit more students like our very own Akousha Tolbert to their Upward Bound Math and Science program.

Thu Sep 23 02:02 PM

football gear
Football Team Receives Practice Gear

Jim Nagy and the Reese’s Senior Bowl presenting BC Rain Football program with game and practice apparel.

Thu Sep 23 01:55 PM

Newsletter
September Newsletter

Exciting things happening in Red Raider Nation

Tue Sep 21 12:09 PM

Coin of Excellence
JROTC Coin of Excellence!

Cadet Jordan Guyton was awarded a JROTC Coin of Excellence from LTC Frank Barrow, Director of Army Instruction for Mobile County. Cadet Guyton represented Ben C. Rain and JROTC by singing the National Anthem at the start of the City of Mobile annual Military Awards Day program at the USS Alabama in May, 2021. He was recognized by the Mayor and many military officials for his outstanding performance!

Fri Sep 17 10:03 AM

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Behind The Mask

Ms. Washburn’s art classes are producing incredible artwork at B. C. Rain High School. For their first project, “Behind the Mask”, each student draws a facial mask. They were then instructed to fill in the negative space with adjectives, quotes, or lyrics that describe them. Students had the option of using traditional art supplies or digital. Learning, creating and expressing.

Fri Sep 17 09:57 AM

robotics
Robotics using AMSTI kits

Students in PLTW (Project Lead The Way) class constructing robots using kits from AMSTI. PLTW taps into students’ exploratory nature, engages them in learning that feels like play, and encourages them to keep discovering, now and for years to come. Whether designing a car, safety belt or building digital animations, students engage in critical and creative thinking, build teamwork skills, and learn to try and try again when faced with challenges. #Academystrong (Academy of Aviation and Aerospace)

Wed Sep 15 03:14 PM

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JROTC

On a rainy Wednesday, the practice must still go on! Red Raider Battalion practicing their formation drills in the Red Raider gym. Ben C. Rain High School Academy of Leadership is part of the Army Junior Reserved Officer's Training Corps (JROTC). Students enrolled in the Leadership Academy will develop intellectual curiosity, creativity, and independence through a rigorous curriculum that will prepare students to be College and Career Ready. JROTC activities help students develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.

Wed Sep 15 03:11 PM

robotics
Robotics

Students in PLTW (Project Lead The Way) class constructing robots using kits from AMSTI. PLTW taps into students’ exploratory nature, engages them in learning that feels like play, and encourages them to keep discovering, now and for years to come. Whether designing a car, safety belt or building digital animations, students engage in critical and creative thinking, build teamwork skills, and learn to try and try again when faced with challenges. #Academystrong (Academy of Aviation and Aerospace)

Wed Sep 15 03:09 PM

jshun Brewster
Aviation News

Congratulations to J’Shun Brewster, PHI THETA KAPPA (PI PSI Chapter) International Honor Society newly inducted member (Coastal Alabama Community College). Phi Theta Kappa is the only nationally recognized honor society for Junior and Community colleges. It stands for excellence in academics at the community college level and strives to aide in both campus and community projects as well as to bring together those students who take pride in excelling academically. J’Shun is a proud member of the Aviation/Aerospace Signature Academy. #Academystrong Pictured – J’Shun Brewster, Ben C. Rain student and Dr. Dave Mosow, Coastal Alabama Community College Instructor

Tue Sep 14 03:17 PM

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Hands On Learning in Red Raider Nation!

Today students were using toy cars to describe the motion of an object. This is an essential step in gaining the understanding of how things move and why they move as they do. They were gathering data relating to time and distance, creating tables and graphs, and creating equations that could be used to describe the motion of their unique toy car. From there the students will learn to learn to distinguish between an instant in time and a time interval, as well as the difference between position and distance travelled. Finally, they will look at speed vs. velocity, and compare their graphed data to determine relationships between all of these variables.

Thu Sep 02 01:49 PM