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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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Students perform at 38th annual Capers

Students perform at 38th annual Capers

Matthew Burns April 19, 2019

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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, the RBHS Performing Arts Center filled with song for the annual Show Choir Benefit Concert. The event has become a tradition among the choirs at RBHS as well as throughout...

SHOWCASED MOMENT: Blackwater performs at the Roots n Blues n BBQ festival Saturday, Sept. 29. Photo by Bailey Stover.

Darkroom records studio to come to RBHS

Ben Kimchi October 31, 2018

rofessional-grade recording may soon be readily available for RBHS students. A Darkroom Records’ recording studio, a Columbia-based series of student run recording studios, is in the process of coming...

SHOWCASED MOMENT: Blackwater performs at the Roots n Blues n BBQ festival Saturday, Sept. 29. Photo by Bailey Stover.

Students perform at Roots n Blues on ‘The Front Porch’

Matthew Burns October 3, 2018

[vc_video link="https://youtu.be/Wwzjllysdeo"] In one variation or another, BlackWater has been playing together for the past three to four years. The band consists of HHS seniors Eli Marshall and Luca...

RBHS principal Jennifer Rukstad listens to GGO leader Piper Pages thought on how improve the image of RBHS after past incidents.

Club leaders discuss underage drinking at school events

Anna Xu August 30, 2018

Club leaders joined today during both A and B lunch to discuss substance abuse at school events and how they specifically can address the issues. The dialogue centered around BruCrew and some past incidents...

This photo was taken by Bailey Stover

Students take interest in fashion forward trends

Bailey Stover May 16, 2018

For countless children growing up, their families called them pet-names such as “sweetie,” “silly-bear” and “snugabug.” This was no different for junior Piper Page, whose parents declared her...

on free ACT for juniors

on free ACT for juniors

Allie Pigg March 22, 2018

On Tuesday, April 3, as freshmen, sophomores and seniors will be adjusting to get back into the swing of school after Spring break, the juniors throughout Columbia Public Schools (CPS) will be taking the...

Clubs to provide opportunity, build resume

Clubs to provide opportunity, build resume

Ann Fitzmaurice December 18, 2017

Flags line the edges of the main halls of RBHS, swaying silently no matter the amount of students walking below them. These banners represent every club at RBHS, ranging from Zombie Defense League to Rock...

Halloween candy photo by Ethan Hayes

Clubs to participate in trunk or treat fundraising event

Ethan Hayes October 27, 2017

There will be no teepeeing, ding dong ditching nor any other form of shenanigans from 4-6 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 28 at the Trunk or Treat event at RBHS when community children can come to trick...

Junior Morgan Banker is looking the catalog for choosing her classes for the next year.

How American schools work

Eléa-Marie Gilles January 30, 2017

Hello! I hope you had good holidays and that you’re ready for that new year that’s just starting. I’m back with an article mostly about school in the United States compared to how it is in France. I...

Alley A, famous for senior pictures and authentic Sushi, is a favorite of many Columbians.

Small downtown comforts city girl in midst of hick Missouri

Cassidy Viox November 25, 2016

When people hear “Missouri”, they usually think of soybean fields and pickup trucks in the middle of a small farming community. For those who prefer an urban life over camouflage jackets and cowboy...

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RBHS rules out flu mist option because of CDC’s statement

Emily Oba September 20, 2016

The sharp smell of antiseptic wipes fills students’ noses as they stand in line waiting to get vaccinated at school. Some are nervous, unsure if the needle will be painful or pain free, while others...

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