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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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Day 86

Day 86

Bailey Stover June 11, 2020

One day down, one to go. Today is June 11. After consistently waking up later than 9 a.m. for the past several weeks, having to get up by 8:40 a.m. was miserable. I was confused and cranky and definitely...

Day 60

Day 60

Bailey Stover May 16, 2020

Graduation party, anyone? Today is May 16. At this point, I’m just annoyed with the absurd amount of sleep my body is demanding. Seriously, shouldn’t I be able to get out of bed before the day is...

Day 46

Day 46

Bailey Stover May 2, 2020

The world is looking green. Today is May 2.  Some days I think I’m wasting my life away. I’m 18 years old, and what have I accomplished? I know that sounds crazy because I’ve only been alive...

Girls basketball demolishes Vashon

Girls’ basketball demolishes Vashon

Maddie Murphy December 8, 2018

On Friday night, the girls’ basketball team did something unheard of in Rock Bridge athletics: winning by 88 points. The Bruins hosted Vashon, coming out on top with a score of 97-9. Subsequent to the...

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...

Freshman Sophie Froese lays her head down on the desk during school. Photo by Eléa-Marie Gilles

Students should utilize RBHS resources to aid in finding careers

Emily Oba October 19, 2016

High schoolers seem to have a difficult time figuring out what interests them for a career. Many students go to college with an undecided major, but with all the opportunities given at RBHS they should...

photo by Cassidy Viox

Life lessons from the bathroom floor

Kat Sarafianos October 2, 2016

The first time I started the Common Application I vomited. Truly. I got up from my chair on the second floor of the Columbia Public Library, walked calmly to the bathroom near the stairs and, clenching...

Looking toward the future

Looking toward the future

Abby Still May 19, 2016

Junior Sydni Heavin is in her Chemistry class, watching the clock tick. Sitting in the same chair for an hour and a half is annoying, and she can feel herself losing focus. The teacher releases the students...

photo by Cassi Viox

How future plans transform

Rebecca Gray May 18, 2015

"When I was little I used to want to be a detective. Then it changed to wanting to be a food critic, but then my dad told me I would end up working at McDonald’s,” freshman Madeline Monsees said. “After...

WWFC: Make time for your craft

WWFC: Make time for your craft

Nicole Schroeder January 22, 2015

Around this time of year, there is a certain air of excitement and anticipation in the halls of RBHS that isn't matched at any other time in the semester. Next year's course booklets lay scattered about...

ACT to offer online alternative in the spring of 2015

ACT to offer online alternative in the spring of 2015

Ashleigh Atasoy May 24, 2013

Beginning in the spring of 2015, ACT will offer an online option to the traditional written test. In addition to using  a paper and pencil, students will soon have the opportunity to complete the test...

Athletes sign to take next step

Athletes sign to take next step

Julia Schaller February 12, 2013

Feb. 6: a day of athletic achievement for numerous Rock Bridge seniors. It linked the high school success of each student with their future. A total of 17 seniors celebrated the decision of the next step...

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