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RBHS seniors reflect on their feelings of preparedness for college

Ryan Tunks, Staff Writer May 8, 2024

As graduation approaches for RBHS seniors, many have begun to reflect on how their time at high school has prepared them for college.    Senior Nourhan Balboula said she feels RBHS has provided her...

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Swearing seen as unprofessional in school setting, aids pain tolerance

Will Cover March 31, 2020
Economics and business teacher Susan Lidholm said for her Investments 101 class she was previewing the movie “The Wizard of Lies,” a biopic about former investment advisor Bernie Madoff who is currently in jail for running a Ponzi scheme which defrauded $64.8 billion. 
Rock Bridge High School students assemble outside the school holding signs advocating for safer gun laws in a peaceful protest.

Congress allocates $25 million toward gun violence research

Maddie Marrero December 20, 2019
Congress allocates over 25 million dollars in funds to research gun violence in the United States.
English teacher Greg Irwin stayed comfortable in his sweats with a blanket wrapped around him. He said he dressed up as a snuggly 37-year-old father of four. Photo by Allie Pigg

A snapshot of Courtwarming ‘Snow Day’

Allie Pigg February 13, 2019

Today, Wednesday, Feb. 13, was the third day of Courtwarming. Students and teachers represented the day's theme, 'Snow Day,' in bundling up for a day on the slopes or coming cozy in pajamas. Tomorrow's...

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on the ‘A’ grade

Grace Dorsey December 14, 2017
Members of the RBHS community reflect on what it means to get an A grade and how the significance of the A grade influences their learning experience.
Teachers discuss best approach on politics in class

Teachers discuss best approach on politics in class

Cassidy Viox April 28, 2017
From openly discussing their political opinions to leaving an open discussion between students, different educators don't always have the same views on politics' place in the classroom.
Teachers say final farewells to retiring staff members

Teachers say final farewells to retiring staff members

Derek Wang May 26, 2015

After school today, on the second to last day of school, teachers gathered in the East Atrium to say their final goodbyes to this year’s group of retiring faculty. While eating cake and drinking punch,...

The RBHS quiz bowl team stands with their fourth place plaque at Tiger Bowl VII. Photo by Luke Chval

Quiz bowl team takes fourth at tournament

Luke Chval February 1, 2015

The RBHS quiz bowl team, led by coach Greg Irwin, placed fourth in a field of 32 teams at Tiger Bowl VII. The Tiger Bowl is an annual tournament held by the University of Missouri Quizbowl Club, contended...

All juniors will take the ACT during the school day in April at no cost to the student. Photo by Sury Rawat.

All juniors to take ACT at no cost during school day in April

Derek Wang October 31, 2014

Every year, juniors and seniors take the ACT many times over the year, spending $38-$54.50 each time, depending on whether or not they take the writing portion as well. On April 28, RBHS will have the...

Quiz bowl teams face tough competition

Quiz bowl teams face tough competition

Blake Becker December 4, 2012

The RBHS Quiz Bowl team competed at the Tiger Bowl meet in Columbia, MO. Saturday, Dec. 1, going up against rival Hickman High School and other high school quiz bowl teams across the state. Some of RBHS’...

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