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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Advanced Acting class to perform district theater show

Advanced Acting class to perform district theater show

Katie Whaley February 27, 2019

Friday, March 1, RBHS Advanced Acting class will travel to Mexico High School in Mexico, Missouri to compete in a theater district competition. The group will load up the bus at 7:30 a.m. and depart from...

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue performs at the Roots n Blues n BBQ music festival on Sunday Sept. 30. Photo by Maya Bell.

Live music provides unparalleled experience

Ji-Sung Lee October 30, 2018

When entering the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, senior Bailey Long first noticed the Twenty-One Pilots logo written on a ginormous chalkboard.  The city was dark and congested with traffic, and on that...

FCC to vote on net neutrality

FCC to vote on net neutrality

Elad Gov-Ari December 15, 2017

  With the rise of the internet's many functions, the legality of pricing and service has been quite blurry for customers. With free usage of any websites, the internet surfers enjoy freedom of browsing...

The stage at the Grand Ole Opry, venue for Show Choir Nationals. Simply seeing the curtain was enough to send some show choir members into pre-show jitters and excitement. Photo by Asa Lory

“The Children’s Hour” to illustrate issues of the 1930s

Allie Pigg December 1, 2017

The Advanced Acting Class is turning back the clock 70 years to tell a story of discrimination and lively drama.  On Thursday, Nov. 30, the class will transform the RBHS Performing Arts Center (PAC) into...

Junior Bailey Long experiments with various slime solutions.
 Long is just one of many slime sellers on Etsy.  Photo by Camryn DeVore

Young student entrepreneurs create reputations in growing business world

Ji-Sung Lee November 15, 2017

When the Pew Research Center surveyed teenagers in an effort to find employment rates of 16 to 19-year-olds, it was unlikely they counted young entrepreneurs in the percentage. After all, the 2014 results...

Young or old, lovers strength shines through judgment

Young or old, lovers’ strength shines through judgment

Ann Fitzmaurice May 25, 2017

Art by Dzung Nguyen On an unusually sunny day for January, sophomore Bailey Long took a walk from RBHS to Panera. Her journey took place after a long day of school spent anxiously waiting for the final...

Sophomore Bailey Long leads the trial as an attorney in the performance of Execution of Justice. Photo by Camille McManus

All-school play debuts tonight

Katie Whaley February 23, 2017

Thursday, Feb. 23 Friday, Feb. 24 Saturday, Feb. 25 At 7 p.m. today, students debut the all-school play. Tickets cost $6, $4 with a student ID, and free with an activities pass. The production, called...

Junior Gabriella Soderman prepares for the Melancholy dress rehersal by taking a quick look in the mirror on Nov. 30.

Advanced Acting class to debut ‘Melancholdy Play’

Katie Whaley December 1, 2016

The Performing Arts Center stage is set and ready to host a spectacular winter play performed by the Advanced Acting class. The production is “Melancholy Play,” which debuts Dec. 1 and runs Dec. 2...

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