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  • Reality Week starts Monday 3-19-18

    Posted by Webmaster on 3/14/2018

    Reality Week Check out the spirit days and activities to promote healthy ways to cope and relax without drugs and alcohol as well as a Young Drivers educational program and Community Resource Fair.  Click here for the schedule.  Click here for information about the Young Driver Presentation.

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  • Speech and Debate Team competed in St. Louis

    Posted by Webmaster on 3/13/2018

    speech and debate This past weekend the RBHS Speech and Debate Team competed in St. Louis, MO as part of the Eastern, MO NSDA District Tournament. At this tournament, RBHS had several students place in their debate and speech events, and most notably had four students qualify to Nationals!

    Sonya Hu took home 1st place and qualified in International Extemporaneous Speaking, Dalton Nunamaker qualified in Congressional Debate, Hannah Potter qualified in Congressional Debate, and Anna Xu took home 1st place and qualified in Original Oratory. These students will travel to Ft. Lauderdale this June for the opportunity to compete at the NSDA National Tournament, and we wish them all the best!

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  • 50 yearbooks left

    Posted by Webmaster on 3/12/2018

    yearbook Only 50 yearbooks left for $55 each! Bring your money to room 329

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  • Global Village

    Posted by Webmaster on 3/1/2018
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  • Bruin Pride Awards

    Posted by Webmaster on 2/15/2018

    Bruin Pride
    Check out the Bruin Pride Awards.

    Sponsored by State Farm

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  • United Nations team competes at the University of Chicago

    Posted by Webmaster on 2/5/2018

    United Nations The Rock Bridge Model United Nations team competed at the University of Chicago 30th  Annual Model United Nations Conference February 2 -4.  The University of Chicago is one of the largest and most competitive conferences in the world with over 2700 competitors and over 200 high schools from around the world. Our students engaged in debate, research and policy development,  addressing very important global issues and requiring several months preparation to compete at such a high level. 

     Aaron Hill – Honorable Mention
    Memphis Cutchlow – Verbal Commendation
    Rachel Erickson – Verbal Commendation
    Cassi Viox – Honorable Mention
    Kristine Cho – Honorable Mention
    Adam Richenberger – Honorable Mention

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  • Congratulations to RB City Lights Show Choir!

    Posted by Webmaster on 2/4/2018

    city lights Through two of our four competitions City Lights is performing well and showing steady improvement!

    Pleasant Hill 1/20
    Overall - 2nd Runner Up
    Class 5 - 1st Place
    Best Female Soloist Hope Keithahn; Best Female Performer Piper Page

    Harrisonville 2/10
    Overall - 1st Runner Up
    Class 5 - 1st Place
    Best Male Soloist Joshua Cutler
    Best Costumes

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  • Math Relays Team places 1st at Smith-Cotton

    Posted by Webmaster on 1/11/2018

    Math Congratulations to the RBHS math relays team for their 1st place finish at the Smith-Cotton math relays this weekend.

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  • RBHS Students Show Work in Art Shows

    Posted by Webmaster on 1/11/2018

    Jadie Columbia Art League "Indulge" Professional Juried Art Show

    ​Jadie Arnett's painting,"Chicken Strips," was selected to be a part of Columbia Art League's "Indulge" show, which is showing until March 9th.  Jadie received an Honorable Mention award by the juror and was the only high school artist accepted into the show.  In addition, her piece was also selected by a local chef as inspiration for the "Let Them Eat Art" fundraiser.  Congratulations on this huge honor Jadie!


    Columbia College High School Art Show

    Grace Kirk- 1st Place, Mixed Media
    Moy Zhong- 2nd Place, Painting & Selected for the poster!
    Caroline Bowers- 3rd Place, Painting
    Participants:  Renee Logan, Mariah Blackburn, Isabel Throroman, Quinn Converse, Izzy Gompper, Jadie Arnett, Malik Ibdah, Maddie Renner, Julia Bower, Finn Kisida, & Ashley Hrdina

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  • Ryan Choe selected for the 2018 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall.

    Posted by Webmaster on 1/10/2018

    Ryan He will perform cello in February with the Honors String Orchestra.  Participation is limited to the highest-rated high school performers from across the world.  Click for more information.

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