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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

The career center will hold an event where parents and students can come and learn about the classes they provide.

Career center to hold showcase

Amanda Kurukulasuriya January 10, 2019

The Columbia Area Career Center will hold its career showcase and open house from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10. Students and parents can talk to career center teachers and students about available...

Infographic by Joy Park

Women in STEM speak out against sexism

Nikol Slatinska March 15, 2017

Women working in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields have it hard enough in terms of pay and working conditions. A study by the American Institute of Physics looked at 15,000 physicists...

Senior Dalton Phillips works alongside junior Cami Kudrna on the Army Ants Teams robot named Ralph. The Army Ants competed this week at the St. Louis Regional held at Chaifetz Arena in which fifty-two teams representing seven different states showcased varying robots and strategies in hopes of becoming the regional winners to move on to World Championships. Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Robotics team overcomes obstacles, takes home award

Skyler Froese March 15, 2017

Senior Dalton Phillips and junior Cami Kudrna adjust their team's robot at their yearly competition in St. Louis, MO.  The Army Ants, the Columbia Public Schools robotics team, went marching to St. Louis...

RBHS senior Jim Hormann and HHS Joseph Vandepopuliere present their project, Litter Labs.

CACC hosts annual Engineering Design and Development gallery walk

Grace Vance November 2, 2016

The two day gallery walk at the Columbia Area Career Center (CACC) that showcased the Engineering Design and Development classes’ real world problem-solving projects ended today. The purpose of the course...

CACC class showcase exhibits learned skills

CACC class showcase exhibits learned skills

Luke Chval December 15, 2014

Burly boys strolled down the hall in full firefighter regalia, rolling down a stretcher with a fake body as they wandered through the clamor. Biomedical sciences students offered microscopes showing blood...

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

Seniors say goodbye

Abby Kempf May 19, 2014

As seniors leave RBHS they are looking onto many obstacles, tackling college decisions, fretting over sky-high tuitions, and deciding what career they wish to pursue. The RBHS family has helped students...

Art by Jennifer Stanley

Astronautical career engages interest of teens

Jake Alden May 2, 2013

The first time Col. Michael Bloomfield flew a space shuttle, it felt like driving an old pickup truck down a gravelly road. “The biggest thing about taking off with a space shuttle or any aircraft or...

Feature photo by Maddy Jones

Societal bias discourages women from science

Manal Salim March 15, 2013

Even to this day, women remain trailing behind the leading men in significant parts of education and the workforce. According to a recent study at www.science.nbcnews.com, women make up a mere 21 percent...

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