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Of all 417 AP tests being taken, this infographic shows the percentage of which tests those are, according to counseling office receptionist Theresa Geyer: 18.8 percent World History, 12.9 percent U.S. History, 11.7 percent Psychology, 10.9 percent English Language, 7.6 percent Calculus AB, 6.4 percent Calculus BC, 5.1 percent Statistics, 4.5 percent Biology, 4.5 percent English Literature, 4.5 percent Physics 1 and a combined 13.15 percent for Physics 2, Human Geography, Macroeconomics, Comparative Government and Politics, Spanish, Art Studio, Microeconomics, Chemistry, Government Comparative, French, Chinese Language, Environmental Science, Latin and Music Theory. Infographic by Melissa Carranza.

Students face upcoming Advanced Placement exams

Isaac Parrish May 14, 2018

[dropcap style="flat"]S[/dropcap]tudents from RBHS will take 417 Advanced Placement exams during the first three weeks of May. Taking AP has become a popular option for juniors especially, but as the time...

Students seek help for standardized tests

Students seek help for standardized tests

Emily Oba April 20, 2017

On Apr. 19, juniors will take the statewide American College Test (ACT). The pressures to do well on this exam is not in vain, because it is an important factor in being accepted into college. With just...

Right as rain: Soaking himself with water, senior Isaac Lage and the Bruin Boys celebrated on the field before the last game of powder puff to entertain the crowd. Lage and other Bruin Boys also served as coaches for the girls’ football teams. Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Juniors win annual Powder Puff competition

Yousuf El-Jayyousi November 4, 2016

After a night of impressive plays and hard work from all four grades, the juniors won the annual Powder Puff flag football game. The night displayed athleticism from the ladies playing and entertainment...

Sophomore Dom Zenner stares longingly at the south doors during his AUT.
 Photo by Tyson Jamieson

Sophomores should gain right to leave school during AUT

Emily Oba September 27, 2016

Students sit and study in the uncomfortable tan brown chairs in the media center, while classical music and dull NPR commentary plays in the background. While some students have the priviledge to leave...

Sophomores denied PSAT testing

Sophomores denied PSAT testing

Grace Vance October 13, 2015

After hours of study sessions and practice tests, several juniors and sophomores have prepared to take the PSAT Oct. 14. Participating RBHS students will take the standardized test at either Forum Christian...

Dear Underclassmen: do not procrastinate

Dear Underclassmen: do not procrastinate

Renata Poet Williams March 11, 2015

Wading into high school is like being thrown into an ocean. Each story and piece of advice swims around you. Some try to grab hold and take you down; others keep you safe, and with all of this information,...

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...

The seniors fake a pass as the quarterback looks up for an open receiver.

RBHS Powderpuff 2013

Sam Mitten December 4, 2013

[heading]Powderpuff 2013: Juniors vs. Seniors game called[/heading] The seventh annual Rock Bridge High School Powderpuff football game began with a coin toss around 4:30 p.m. succeeding which, the freshmen...

Freedom deemed hazardous under new policy

Freedom deemed hazardous under new policy

Ross Parks November 5, 2013

In last year’s visit from Wayne Walker, the first principal and founder of many of the school’s core ideals, remarked on how he remembered the school, and how he felt proud the school has stayed true...

Breezing past districts, tennis climbs to sectionals

Breezing past districts, tennis climbs to sectionals

Derek Wang October 10, 2013

Zero. Nothing. Nada. For the Bruin tennis team, no losses defined their season's record. As they faced off against first Hickman on Tuesday and then Holt High School Wednesday they kept that zero in mind. RBHS...

Increase in non-driving student population jams lots

Increase in non-driving student population jams lots

Brittany Cornelison October 9, 2013

As students may notice from the cramped hallways and overcrowded lunchroom, RBHS has grown significantly this year. With 2,337 students, RBHS is now the seventh largest school in Missouri and has pushed...

Senior captain Maddy Jones hands out t-shirts Tuesday, Nov. 13 before the girls begin practicing for tomorrows game. Photo by Daphne Yu

Students prepare for powderpuff face-off

Blake Becker November 13, 2012

Throughout the year students hold countless fundraising events to attract funds for a club or extracurricular activity or given to a charitable organization. No fundraiser, however, brings as much attention...

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