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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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Black Lives Matter movement prompts action, reflection among students, staff

Black Lives Matter movement prompts action, reflection among students, staff

Vivian Spear September 30, 2020

Over the 6 month course of quarantine and online school, major media news sources like CBS, Fox News and CNN have put a majority of the focus on amplifying many voices of the Black Lives Matter movement...

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...

Feature photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Video games provide competition, camaraderie

Allie Pigg April 18, 2018

[dropcap]J[/dropcap]unior Kavin Anand’s tennis season is always hectic. Among stacked tournaments, practices and missing school, there isn’t much time for him to do much else. Except for, of course,...

Studies teacher Gregory Irwin teaches Advanced Placement
World History, a class he teaches with Shawna Matteson.
 Photo by Maya Bell.

Partner teaching at RBHS benefits lesson plans

Ji-Sung Lee October 31, 2017

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ince the mid-’90s, partner teaching at RBHS has offered a way to combine English and history. For social studies teacher Shawna Matteson, partner teaching increases her job satisfaction,...

art by Joy Park

Budget allocation difficult for staff

Grace Vance December 15, 2016

Language arts teacher Nicole Clemens’ classroom greets students with colorful decor, collages of pictures and educational posters. A couch for student leisure sits in the corner, and the stack of extra...

Freshmen go all out in the second annual door decs competition

Freshmen go all out in the second annual door decs competition

Madison Wright September 29, 2016

Nicole Clemens' advisory depicts various scenes on their door, including the rainbow, the house crushing the Wicked Witch of the East, and the Emerald City. Abbey Gorsage's advisory created an intricate...

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...

Bruin Girls excel at nationals, hope to continue legacy

Bruin Girls excel at nationals, hope to continue legacy

Urmilla Kuttikad March 16, 2014

Last weekend, the RBHS Bruin Girls headed to the National Dance Association National Championship at the hallowed stages of the Hard Rock Cafe in Orlando, Florida. Scoring third in the nation in their...

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