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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

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RBHS student searches for a job to occupy the upcoming 90 days of academic freedom

What does summer mean to you?

XXXXX XXXXX May 22, 2018

As summer nears a time meant for relaxation, local parties and overall fun times gets closer. For some students, however, summer is an option to earn money get ahead in school or even potentially make...

CACC showcase rescheduled due to inclement weather

CACC showcase rescheduled due to inclement weather

Ji-Sung Lee January 13, 2018

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n Jan. 11, the Columbia Area Career Center (CACC) was scheduled to hold a public open house showcase, allowing attendees to get a chance to talk to instructors, participate in labs...

Photo By: Alex Gompper

Students work to achieve dream careers

Emily Oba December 14, 2017

[dropcap style="flat" size="4"]S[/dropcap]itting alongside her fellow judges, she looked down at her long black robes while taking pride in her position as a Supreme Court justice. Moving her head side...

Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi.

Internships allow students to experiment, observe potential career interests

Allie Pigg November 17, 2017

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]uring her high school career, 2016 alumna Sydney Tyler knew she wanted to be a doctor. While exploring colleges and majors during her senior year, however, she started to question why...

RBHS to host College & Career Fair Village

RBHS to host College & Career Fair Village

Katie Whaley October 25, 2017

RBHS will hold its bi-annual Career & College Village (CCV) Friday, Oct. 27. The event, organized by guidance counselor Rachel Reed, is to give students an opportunity to meet people in career paths...

Yelton sits at his music studio in his room and looks through the tracks in his song, Hawaii.

Skill and Skrill

Grace Vance January 11, 2017

Ben Yelton's journey to find his inner DJ Sophomore Ben Yelton walks through Michigan Ave. in Chicago, IL and turns a corner onto Grant Park. The string of people he walks among suddenly thickens to become...

Junior Kiren MacLeod sits amongst his fellow debaters in scrubs

Required classes still beneficial for students on specific career path

Ji-Sung Lee November 14, 2016

As the anticipation to leave high school and enter a new set of doors rises, selecting a future career can be stressful.  Many high schoolers hope the wide array of classes they take will help narrow...

photo by Manal Salim

Raise in minimum wage leads to greater employment

Ross Parks February 21, 2014

At the beginning of this year, the state of Missouri raised the federal minimum wage by 15 cents to $7.50 an hour.  While aimed at a singular portion of the population, a raise  is actually given to...

Students explore future career options by listening to guest speakers from their prospective professions. Photo by Amy Blevins.

Student View: College and Career Village

Ross Parks October 18, 2013

Today, Oct. 26, students to attend RBHS's College and Career Village. The typical class schedule was completely rearranged to accommodate the event and its guests. The event gave students of all grade...

As the year draws to a close, seniors in the performing arts programs at RBHS look forward to pursuing their passion in college. Photo by Patrick Smith

Performing arts seniors pursue passion

Alyssa Sykuta May 16, 2013

It’s easy when you’re 16 years old to view high school as the place where students sit down, stare at a Smartboard for eight hours, take tests, go home and come back the next day to do it all over...

Streaming live from the 2012 College and Career Fair

Multiple Authors October 5, 2012

Adam Schoelz and John Gillis went live to the RBHS College and Career Fair of 2012. We started at 9am to go on air to cover all the different booths and sessions along with Rock Bridge students' views...

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