All students are invited to a session facilitated by Columbia Public Schools Chief Human Resources Director, Nickie Smith, to give input about the attributes desirable in the next principal at Rock Bridge High School.
The session starts at 8am on Wednesday, February 20, in the Media Center.
Bruins, BE KIND! Each time you perform an act of kindness, write it on a strip of green or yellow paper found in Studies Classrooms and turn it into the basket in Activities or Counseling and PROVE RBHS is the kindest high school in town! We are competing with Battle and Hickman and the deadline for completed paper strips for the kindness paper chain is 4/19/19. Thanks for starting a chain reaction of kindness and making a positive difference for our school culture!
Ryan Choe 2019 High School Honors Performance Series
Posted by Webmaster on 1/27/2019
Ryan Choe, junior, was selected for 2019 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall and performed as co-principal cellist with Honors String Orchestra last week at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, New York City. Last year, he was also selected as principal cellist and performed with the Honors String orchestra in February 2018.
Participation is limited to the highest-rated high school performers from across the world. This year’s Series included students from 46 United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, several provinces of Canada, Australia, Bermuda, China, Hong Kong, Mexico, Poland, Qatar, and South Korea.
Being nominated by RBHS orchestra director Mrs. Alison Lankheit, Ryan auditioned last fall and was accepted by the Honors Selection Board. Acceptance to this elite group is a direct result of talent, dedication and achievements demonstrated in his application and audition recording.
Ryan joined the exceptional high school performers from around world for a special performance at world-famous Carnegie Hall. Congratulations, Ryan!
RBHS Students, Faculty and Staff are Walking Across America starting Monday, January 7th . For every 10,000 steps or 4 miles of walking, jogging or running you complete, come into the Activities Office and sign your name on a "shoe print:" The shoe prints will be displayed in the tunnel to show our progress across the 50 States. Our journey starts in COMO; our first stop is KCMO on our way to California. Let's see how far we can get by SPRING BREAK!
ATTENTION SENIORS: $$$$$ The Salute to Seniors scholarship booklet is now available! Salute to Seniors Scholarships are community scholarships set up specifically for Rock Bridge and/or Columbia area students! Salute to Seniors scholarship information can be found here: https://www.cpsk12.org/Page/12146 Deadlines for these scholarships are approaching, so don’t wait to get started!!!!
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