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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

Labor Day nameplate by Lorelei Dohm.

Labor Day: More than just a day off

Will Cover September 2, 2019

For many students Labor Day is just an extra-long weekend with the potential for a quick family getaway. It serves as the unofficial end of summer, a barrier between the days of wearing white to transitioning...

Science teacher Kerri Graham wears a farmer style thatched hat in her 4th block class to celebrate todays western theme. Photo by George Frey.

A peek at western day

George Frey October 12, 2018

n the final day of homecoming week, students and staff donned western attire for today's western movies theme. Outfits ranged from plaid shirts to ponchos. The homecoming queen will be announced during...

Live coverage of the homecoming assembly

Robin Stover October 12, 2018


Second annual car smash success

Second annual car smash success

Jack Speake October 11, 2018

[vc_video link=""][penci_text_block block_title_align="style-title-left" custom_markup_1=""]The second annual Rock Bridge car smash is a smashing success. Editing and Recording...

Members of the 2018-2019 student council prepare for the second annual Car Smash fundraiser. This year, the car was donated by English teacher Nicole Clemens. Photo by Maya Bell.

StuCo car smash raises money for leukemia research

Saly Seye October 11, 2018

The sharp, familiar scent of smoke wafted through the air last night behind the Career Center. High schoolers buzzed with amusement watching their peers, clad in a football helmet and safety goggles, take...

Juniors Audrey Snyder and Megan Phaup make the perfect pair as the football and cheer duo.  Snyder chose to wear an old cheer uniform in memory of when she used to cheer competitively. Photo by Camryn DeVore

A look at sports day

Bailey Stover October 11, 2018

s part of homecoming week, student council designated Thursday as sports day. Students dressed in their favorite jerseys or as their favorite athlete. Tomorrow's theme is western.[vc_masonry_media_grid...

Students admire door decks created by Freshmen Advisory classes. Photo by Anna Xu.

Door decks display freshmen’s movie spirit

Anna Xu October 11, 2018

Freshmen advisory classes create door decks, elaborate eye-catching decorations that include creativity, originality and humor. Art teacher Carrie Stephenson introduced the RBHS tradition to advisory teachers,...

The car parked, donated from Nicole Clemens in the Columbia Area Career Center parking lot,  waiting to be smashed Oct. 10. Photo by Katie Whaley.

Students prepare for tonight’s second annual car smash

Brandon Kim October 10, 2018

Today from 7-9 p.m. in the west Columbia Area Career Center parking lot, next to the baseball field, crowds of students will wait in line for their chance to release their stress and rage from school,...

Senior Hunter Manes rocked his homemade spider leg add-on. Manes said he made the costume with his dad. Photo by Allie Pigg.

A snapshot of horror day

Allie Pigg October 10, 2018

he halls of RBHS were filled with fear today as many students dressed to the horror theme for the third day of Homecoming Week. Students can join these characters tonight at the Monster Mash Car Smash...

Court shoots into homecoming week with three-legged knockout

Court shoots into homecoming week with three-legged knockout

Kai Ford October 9, 2018

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HoCo Queen Candidate: Riley Jones

HoCo Queen Candidate: Riley Jones

Isaac Parrish October 8, 2018

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