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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Monroe and Serio talk about family and interests outside their civic studies classroom

Tips for next year: communicate

Ji-Ho Lee April 28, 2017

Between the assemblies, dances and memories that highlighted this school year, one splinter, the confused tension of Courtwarming week, remains in an otherwise well-sanded piece of wood. Students, teachers...

New grading system comes to CPS

New grading system comes to CPS

Ji-Ho Lee April 22, 2017

As students leave the halls of RBHS, their report cards and final grades reflect a combined performance of their work in a class throughout the past nine months. Within a few years, however, a final, average...

Boys tennis seeks success in Louisville

Boys tennis seeks success in Louisville

Ji-Ho Lee April 21, 2017

Ben Loeb, head coach of boys and girls tennis teams, has reached 32 Final Fours and won a combined 15 state titles while coaching Bruin athletes. During this impressive tenure, Loeb explains the mentality...

Student Council officers elected legitimately

Student Council officers elected legitimately

Ji-Ho Lee April 12, 2017

On Tuesday, April 11, the student council officers for the 2017-2018 school year were announced. Dalton Nunamaker and Parker Brummett were elected as president and vice president of the school respectively. To...

Spring tryouts pose challenges for athletes

Spring tryouts pose challenges for athletes

Ji-Ho Lee April 4, 2017

Before winning district championships or state titles, every sports team begins with tryout week. While these first five days of practice vary among sports and differ between athletes, its typical purpose...

Editorial cartoon by Moy Zhong

Black history deserves more than a month

Ji-Ho Lee March 11, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Robinson, Rosa Parks, Thurgood Marshall and Emmett Till are five of hundreds of national icons who made enormous sacrifices, motivated by the hope of a better future for...

Bruins dismantle Spartans in crosstown match

Bruins dismantle Spartans in crosstown match

Ji-Ho Lee February 21, 2017

Both RBHS basketball teams were on the court today, Tuesday, Feb. 21. While the girls squad played host to Blue Springs, the boys traveled to east side of town, facing Battle High School (BHS) for the...

RBHS blows out Northeast

RBHS blows out Northeast

Ji-Ho Lee February 7, 2017

On Tuesday, Feb. 7, the Bruins basketball team (13-4) traveled to Kansas City, facing a young but talented North Kansas City squad. The Bruins jumped out of the gate quickly in a high scoring first quarter....

District curriculum varies based on school, class options

District curriculum varies based on school, class options

Ji-Ho Lee February 7, 2017

While the first day of school for the 2017-2018 academic year appears distant, next year’s students have already turned in course request sheets. Students have opportunities to request elective classes,...

Musical versatility and talent

Musical versatility and talent

Ji-Ho Lee February 5, 2017

For most infants a special blanket, a particular song or set of toys can mitigate a tearful tantrum. For Martin Shapiro, a piano did the trick. “He was a very colicky baby and he cried all the time,”...

New anti-bullying law induces felony charge

New anti-bullying law induces felony charge

Ji-Ho Lee February 5, 2017

In an age of improved technology and social media, messages, comments and opinions can be distributed  nearly instantly. In turn, many high school students become victims of bullying and harassment that...

Bruins take second in NKC tournament

Bruins take second in NKC tournament

Ji-Ho Lee January 20, 2017

Entering the week with an 8-3 record, the Bruins competed in the North Kansas City tournament, seeking to add wins to an already impressive resume. The team jumped out to an impressive start in the tournament...

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