On Monday, December 5th and Tuesday, December 6th, counselors presented information on scholarships and the Salute to Seniors Community Scholarship Program to all Seniors through Senior English Classes.  Students who are not enrolled in a Senior English class at Rock Bridge or who were absent during the presentation, can view it by click on the title link above.  
This guide provides all of the information you need for the post-secondary planning process, including information on: 
  • Post-Secondary options
  • Finding the best fit
  • The application and admissions process
  • Standardized testing
  • Financial Aid 
  • and more!

Letters of recommendation are a common requirement for college admissions and scholarship applications.  Need help determining which teachers to ask for a recommendation?  Want to know how to approach potential recommenders or what information to provide the teachers who you are asking for letters?  This document will provide you with the answer to all those questions and more!

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Opens October 1, 2016!  
An FSA ID gives you access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems (including the FAFSA) and can serve as your legal signature.

Login and Setup your FSA ID at:
**For more information about Financial Aid and the FAFSA click HERE! **

Senior Photos for the Yearbook - due December 1, 2016!  
You can submit your senior picture to replace your school ID picture in the yearbook. Photos must be 300 dpi.  Portrait orientation is recommended.  Submit photos to or deliver your photo to room 329 or to Robin Stover's mailbox in the main office. 
Senior Ads for the Yearbook - due January 10, 2017!
Senior Ad's form can be found on the RBHS website.  Email photos and questions to or deliver photos with payment to room 329 oor Robin Stover's mailbox in the main office.  
1/8 page ad - $45
1/4 page ad - $90
1/2 page ad - $180
Whole page ad - $360
The college essays are the fourth in importance behind grades, test scores, and the rigor of completed coursework in many admissions office decisions (NACAC, 2009). Don’t waste this powerful opportunity to share your voice and express who you are to colleges.  The information below will help you in writing your college essay.  If you have additional questions, see your School Counselor (