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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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Junior Alyssa Gibler lays in the snow with her school work.

Post-break laziness hits students hard

Elad Gov-Ari January 21, 2016
Students cope with post break laziness and the new found difficulties of returning to school.
Are you too busy?

Are you too busy?

Nicole Schroeder April 16, 2015

Running from activity to activity every weekday, it doesn’t seem to take much for students today to feel the pressure of managing a busy schedule. The average high schooler spends nearly 12.7 hours every...

Underclassmen visit booths in the Auxiliary Gym during their Bruin Block on Student Involvement Day earlier in the school year. Photo by Renata Poet-Williams

Bruin Block committee creates course fair

Grace Vance January 5, 2015

As a way to help students pick their courses, the Bruin Block committee has created the Bruin Block Course Fair, which will be Jan. 22. The committee’s goal was to make registration more personal to...

On December 11, 2013, RBHS first freshman basketball team’s players, Reese Leitao and       Logan Reuter (left to right) defend against Jefferson City’s High School freshman team as they take the lead to later win the game with a whopping score of 54-40 over the Jays on their home court.

RBHS reflects upon first freshman class

Sarah Kinney May 26, 2014

  Hundreds of soon-to-be freshmen in Columbia were preparing to begin a feat never before attempted as August of 2013 approached. Up until the 2013-2014 school year, this band of students would have...

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...

‘What If’ final leads to subject integration

‘What If’ final leads to subject integration

Alice Yu May 16, 2014

The AP World teachers warned their students at the beginning of the year that their course was not a class students could skate through and still maintain an easy A.  Sophomore Neil Cathro listened...

Golden Cow an udder success

Golden Cow an ‘udder’ success

Urmilla Kuttikad February 20, 2014

[powr-video-slider label="My Label 2"] Last night, the PAC housed Golden Cow, RBHS’ annual lip-syncing and dancing contest for charity. Though the $2,341 dollars raised this year went to the Children’s...

Photo by Rachel Kiehne

Pass-fail system alleviates stress, improves education

Justin Sutherland February 17, 2014

Many students spent their two week long winter break carefree, glad to be home to enjoy novelties of sleeping in and not having to do homework. These students generally relaxed during the first few weeks...

Cheaters take the lead

Cheaters take the lead

Ross Parks December 16, 2013

Though cheating may be the worry of many educators and students, the strange fact is, it is not all that rare. According to www.stanford.edu, cheating is defined as, “representing someone else’s work...

Art by Emily Franke

Students push through AP tests

Emily Franke May 14, 2013

After a year of AP learning, students gaze at the final element of their course during these first few weeks of March. Columbia Public Schools offers more than 20 different Advanced Placement classes...

EAC reflects on semester, looks at upcoming projects

Trisha Chaudhary December 29, 2012

So the year is obviously rolling to an end now that it's Dec. 29, and I'm sure you're all wondering what exactly EAC has done this year. Well unfortunately, since this is our charter year, first semester...

Teens start East African Coalition

Trisha Chaudhary December 28, 2012

East. Africa. Coalition. A name not known to many. But that’s what we want to change about it. I know what you’re thinking. East Africa Coalition? But, I'm not East African. Alas! You don't have to...

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