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Second Annual Midwest Pride Day comes to Missouri

Second Annual Midwest Pride Day comes to Missouri

Brett Stover April 30, 2014

Last year, a group of RBHS students took their idea - a day to celebrate what makes the middle section of our country unique - all the way to the capitol. Well, 30 minutes south to the Missouri state...

College Essay Example

Kelsey Harper April 29, 2014

Stephen Turban, a former Rock Bridge student, used this essay for his Common Application. Turban now attends Harvard University. Entering my kindergarten classroom, I shuffled around my blueberry shaped...

Midwest Pride Day promotes state recognition

Midwest Pride Day promotes state recognition

Kaitlyn Marsh April 30, 2013

In attempts to grow familiarity and value of Missouri as a state along with the Midwest area, senior Stephen Turban and several RBHS students have declared today, April 30, as “Midwest Pride Day.”...

RBRO wins Hero award

Kelsey Harper April 23, 2013

Tonight at a banquet at Stoney Creek Inn, the winners of the Columbia Daily Tribune's Hero Awards were announced. RBRO was nominated for our work with The Intersection and was in the Youth Volunteer category...

RBRO hosted a dodgeball fundraiser for the Intersection last Saturday. Photo by Urmila Kutikkad

The Intersection hosts Dodgeball Tournament

Julia Schaller April 6, 2013

On Saturday, April 6 at Christian Fellowship Church, volunteers from The Intersection  hosted a dodgeball tournament. This dodgeball tournament is an annual event that Rock Bridge Reaches Out volunteers...

Dancers draw crowds during Global Village

Dancers draw crowds during Global Village

Urmilla Kuttikad March 6, 2013

[media url="https://vimeo.com/61215051" width="640" height="360"] [media url="https://vimeo.com/61215435" width="640" height="360"] Videos by Urmila Kutikkad Today, on March 6, a multi-ethnic team of dancers...

Senior Captains Andrew Hutchinson (left) and Stephen Turban (right) pose with their 3rd place trophies in Champ Public Forum Debate at the Clayton-Ladue Debate Tournament in November.

Debate looks forward to new year

Whitney Cravens January 9, 2013

The Debate team adapted to many changes this year: a new coach, a new team and a new year. Yet with the numerous changes the team endured, the semester was still an exciting one. Debate is a club that...

Students score perfects on standardized tests

Students score perfects on standardized tests

Daphne Yu January 9, 2013

RBHS heads into the new year recognizing two students; senior Stephen Turban and junior Jenny Yao garnered a perfect score on the ACT and SAT, respectively. Turban acquired his 36 on the 2011 December...

Inside the PAC. Photo by Asa Lory

Students prepare for school’s Poetry Out Loud competition

Jacqueline LeBlanc January 8, 2013

While guidance counselors aiding sophomore and junior classes with enrollment options for the next school year fill the PAC this week, tomorrow the PAC will have a different feel. At 11:15 a.m. Wednesday,...

RBRO Participates in the Intersection Dodgeball Tournament

RBRO Participates in the Intersection Dodgeball Tournament

Kelsey Harper November 12, 2012

This Saturday, Nov. 10, we had five RBHS teams competing in a Dodgeball Tournament to raise money for the Intersection, an after school program that RBRO volunteers at Monday-Friday. We had a great turn...

Interclub Council meets for first time

Atreyo Ghosh September 20, 2012

Interclub Council met to discuss issues at RBHS in regards to clubs and activities today, Sept. 20, at noon. Assistant Principal David Bones and Student Council vice president Julia Schaller lead the...

Volunteers find success in Red Cross blood drive

Daphne Yu September 18, 2012

By 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 18, more than 40 students, teachers and Red Cross members filled the gymnasium as more filed outside, waiting for admittance. Starting at 7:20 a.m, students from StuCo and National...

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