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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

Bearing News

Photo by Ava Schweser.

Show Choir to premiere first concert on Jan. 20

Julia Kim, Staff Writer January 20, 2022
The RBHS show choir will perform their first concert of the year on Jan. 20 in the Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m.
Opinion: school spirit deficit is disconcerting

Opinion: school spirit deficit is disconcerting

Ethan Hayes April 28, 2019
RBHS' school spirit has been low all throughout Hayes' high school life, and it needs to improve.
Art by Reece Furkin

Public transit legislation problematic for student transportation

Amanda Kurukulasuriya April 4, 2019
Missouri House Bill 606 would modify existing student transportation systems by having some CPS students ride city buses to school.
Art by Isabel Thoroughman

Send out schedule information earlier

Maddie Murphy February 25, 2019
ith schedule deadlines still in the rear-view mirror and the online change request deadline quickly approaching, students are becoming more and more frustrated with the state of our guidance department. While the overwhelming nature of this busy season for school counselors seems daunting, a solution seems outlandish; however, all we must do is give scheduling information to students and their families before winter break.
Seniors speak about using Tinder at Rock Bridge

Seniors speak about using Tinder at Rock Bridge

Jack Speake February 24, 2019
Rock Bridge seniors speak out on their personal opinions on Tinder, the slightly controversial dating app.
Junior Hope Keithahn dances and sings during the City Lights performance at the fifth grade extravaganza on Wednesday, Jan. 9. Photo by Allie Pigg

Show choir competes at Troy Invitational

Ann Fitzmaurice February 11, 2019
City Lights and Satin n' Lace traveled to Troy, MO on Saturday for their first competition of the season.
City Lights raises their cups of coffee during their show. This portion of the performance was all about a work day in an office, and how they could not get through it without a cup of black coffee.

Benefit Concert empowers local organization, competitive show choir

Allie Pigg February 1, 2019
On the evening of Thursday, Jan. 31, both RBHS show choirs performed in a concert benefiting City of Refuge.
Cheerleading provides clinic for young athletes

Cheerleading provides clinic for young athletes

Sarah Kuhlmann January 29, 2019
The RBHS cheerleading team held a clinic for children to learn various routines.
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue performs at the Roots n Blues n BBQ music festival on Sunday Sept. 30. Photo by Maya Bell.

Live music provides unparalleled experience

Ji-Sung Lee October 30, 2018
Since 1990, the profit of concert ticket sales in North America has increased steadily. Listeners weigh the pros and cons before purchasing tickets.
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A compromise on Columbus Day

Ethan Hayes October 9, 2018
This holiday is not without frustration and emotional ties, but it's not as black and white as the narrative has made it.
The Emerald Regiment marching band performs the Seasons of Joy Exhibition Sept. 29.

Emerald Regiment places high at first competition of the season

Katie Whaley September 16, 2018
RBHS's Emerald Regiment places fourth at Tiger Ambush Classic marching competition.
Feature photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Grunting during sports creates mental boost in performances

Ji-Sung Lee April 25, 2018
Grunting in athletic settings opens discussion on whether the tactic actually increases force or if it is only a mental component of performance.
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