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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

Speech, debate team turns stress to success

Speech, debate team turns stress to success

Emily Oba February 15, 2018
The RBHS debate team has had a successful season. The team will compete this weekend in their last tournament before NSDA Congress Districts, competing against Marquette High School.
Science Olympiad prepares for regionals

Science Olympiad prepares for regionals

Rochita Ghosh February 8, 2018

RBHS has a history of excelling at the annual Science Olympiad regionals competition at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo. One caveat to this year, however, is the maternity...

Taking possession of the ball, junior wide receiver KyJuan Collins scans the field for an opening with hopes to score for RBHS. The Bruins faced off against Hickman High School winning 41-9 during the Providence Bowl Sept. 15. Photo by Maya Bell

Bruin football to take on JCHS Jays

Emily Oba September 21, 2017
The Bruin football team will play JCHS Friday, Sept. 22. This game will determine their district ranking.
Sophomore Bailey Long leads the trial as an attorney in the performance of Execution of Justice. Photo by Camille McManus

All-school play debuts tonight

Katie Whaley February 23, 2017
RBHS' production "Execution of Justice," tells an unexplored true story within the US justice system through a comedic murder mystery.
Orchestra debuts their spring performance

Orchestra debuts their spring performance

Elad Gov-Ari March 16, 2016
RBHS' orchestra work hard in preperation of Wednesday night's performance. Watch the attached video to hear previews of the music, and to learn more about the concert.
Tuning into summer album releases

Tuning into summer album releases

Cam Fuller May 19, 2015
So far 2015 has been an incredible year in music. All genres have seen their fair share of great albums and tracks, leaving a varied wake of great hits.
‘Nefarious’ to screen in PAC with Nanette Ward

‘Nefarious’ to screen in PAC with Nanette Ward

Brittany Cornelison April 25, 2014

Students often spend their high school years trying to figure out their passion and what they want to do with their lives. However, seniors Ashleigh Atasoy, Urmila Kutikkad and Trisha Chaudhary found...

Although the Gypsy Improv Show has been cancelled, the show promises to be immensely entertaining

The Ugly Duckling becomes a swan one last time, putting forth ageless appeal

Madi Mertz April 9, 2014

[vimeo url="" width="200" height="300"] As the old story goes, the Ugly Duckling will one day become a beautiful swan, and although “The Ugly Duckling”, RBHS’s competitive...

The Lady Bruins play at home in a regular season volleyball match. RBHS plays tonight in the district quarterfinals.
Photo by Catherine Howser

Volleyball district preview

Graham Ratermann October 28, 2013

[heading]District tournament primer: Rock Bridge, Helias lead the bracket[/heading] The RBHS volleyball team begins district play tonight at 5pm against Wentzville Holt (12-11-1). The Bruins enter district...

Football Preview: Providence Bowl Edition

Brett Stover September 27, 2013

#5 Rock Bridge (3-1) vs. Hickman (2-2) 7:00 p.m. Friday Sept. 27 at LeMone Field (HHS) Spread: Bruins by 1 Overview: For the first time since 2003, the rivalry game will not be held at Faurot Field on...

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Ellis Auditorium provides free screening of award-winning documentary ‘5 Broken Cameras’

Yasmeen El-Jayyousi April 28, 2013

On April 30 at 6 p.m. a free screening of the Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature, 5 Broken Cameras, will take place at Ellis Auditorium at the University of Missouri - Columbia. There...

Puppets were made from scratch by Childrens Theatre students, using felt and sewing machines. Photo by Lauren Puckett

Children’s Theatre class performs puppet shows for young children

Lauren Puckett April 10, 2013

The Children's Theatre and Advanced Children's Theatre classes are crafting the felt-covered and googly-eyed puppets once again to put on a series of twelve stories for kids. On Wednesday, April 17, day...

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