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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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2017 CAPERS talent show

2017 CAPERS talent show

Madison Wright April 28, 2017

Kai Winding's "Paul Finks Out" is performed by Jack Fetting, Andrew Meister, Luke Milyo, Martin Shapiro and Jamie Fetting at 1:15. Allie Brun's performance of Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You" is at 6:35. Amanda...

Senior Ian Koopman reflects on his final art show

Senior Ian Koopman reflects on his final art show

Madison Wright April 28, 2017

Senior Ian Koopman offers his thoughts on the RBHS art program, the work of his fellow RBHS artists, the work behind producing the annual art show, and his favorite pieces.

Experience the first ever CoMo Cow lip sync competition

Experience the first ever CoMo Cow lip sync competition

Madison Wright March 17, 2017

Witness the first ever COMO Cow, a lip-sync battle between RBHS, HHS, and BHS. See Rock Bridge's Catastrophe (9:17), Hickman's Steering (4:24), The Cheerleaders of Hickman (20:19), and the Graduators (30:57),...

True False provides culinary students valuable career experience

True False provides culinary students valuable career experience

Madison Wright March 4, 2017

Columbia Area Career Center Chef Brook Harlan and culinary students share how they feel the opportunity to cater for multiple True False events shapes their careers and provides valuable experience in...

Black History Month: Looking at BHM through the lens of progress

Black History Month: Looking at BHM through the lens of progress

Madison Wright February 22, 2017

Civics and Government teacher Debra Perry reflects on how we can look at BHM as an opportunity to reflect on the past and look to the future.

Henna artwork kicks off week of cultural awareness

Henna artwork kicks off week of cultural awareness

Madison Wright February 21, 2017

On the first day of Global Village Week, students gathered in the main commons during both lunch shifts to create henna tattoos. Along with origami, henna marks the first lunch activity of the week, prompting...

Black History Month: How should we communicate about BHM?

Black History Month: How should we communicate about BHM?

Madison Wright February 15, 2017

Debra Perry and Ojurere Shonekan reflect on how they feel students and faculty should approach topics relating to Black History Month.

At first blush: Show Choir makeup tutorial

At first blush: Show Choir makeup tutorial

Madison Wright February 3, 2017

Wondering about the method behind the makeup? Here's a one stop guide on how RBHS Show Choirs put on their makeup, and how it enhances their performance onstage.

Lessons from TigerPlace: I want to feel like Im using today

Lessons from TigerPlace: “I want to feel like I’m using today”

Madison Wright January 24, 2017

Lucille Salerno, retired director of Osher Outstate and resident of TigerPlace, suffered a stroke in 2015 that launched her out of life as she knew it. Today, she reflects on her life in education, her...

RBHS Jewish Student Union sponsors Hanukkah party for student body

RBHS Jewish Student Union sponsors Hanukkah party for student body

Madison Wright December 20, 2016

Students take advantage of the late buses and poor road conditions to celebrate Hanukkah after school Friday at the second annual Hanukkah party sponsored by Jewish Student Union (JSU). JSU President Megan...

Lessons from TigerPlace: My political belief is to be free

Lessons from TigerPlace: ‘My political belief is to be free’

Madison Wright November 11, 2016

Nicole Reilly, retired stockbroker and resident of TigerPlace, grew up in Belgium. After the Germans invaded Belgium during World War II, her family was forced to go into hiding because her father was...

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