• Rock Bridge Counselors serve all students by facilitating personal growth, inspiring hope, encouraging school and community connections, and preparing each student for success in an ever-changing world.  

    Counseling Office Sign-In:
    Please use this link or scan the QR code below to sign-in when you enter the Counseling Office.
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    File:Instagram icon.png - Wikimedia Commons    Follow the Counseling Office on Instagram @RBHSCounseling and Twitter @RBHSGuidance for counseling announcements, college updates, ACT/SAT prep information, and more!

    The 2022 Course Fair - Tues., Jan. 25th - online only
    ALL students who will be attending Rock Bridge next school year are encouraged to attend this year's Course Fair along with their parents/guardians! This will be your best opportunity to learn about classes of interest, hear from teachers about the difference between AP, Honors, and on-level classes, and get assistance in making your 2022-2023 Course Selections!
    Your course requests will be final as of March 3, 2022, and we are not making elective schedule changes in the fall. Please plan to attend the Course Fair to get the information you need to select classes that will be the best fit for you and your future plans!
    For more information, visit the RBHS Registration webpage and choose 2022 RBHS Virtual Course Fair from the menu on the left.


  •  2021 Junior Parent Meeting Video 

    If you are a parent of a RBHS Junior and were unable to attend the Junior Parent Meeting held on Thurs., Nov. 18th, you can view the video using the link above. 

    Columbia Values Diversity Celebration

    Students in grades 4-12 are invited to submit their original writings for possible publication in the 2022 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration Student Writings Booklet. This booklet will be distributed to over 1,000 people at the annual community celebration on January 13, 2022 and published on the Celebration website at CoMoDiversityCelebration.com

    The theme for the 29th annual Columbia Values Diversity Celebration is: “Healing Together.” Because Columbia is a city of many ethnic groups, religions, cultures, and opinions, it is important that all community members know that their story and their voices are important and valued. Submit an essay or poem describing how there is inclusion and acceptance in our community despite our differences.

    Deadling: Friday, Nov. 19, 2021

    For more information, please click HERE


    2022 AP Exam Registration and Ordering

    Registration for 2022 AP Exams will take place online and a link to the 2022 RBHS AP Registration Form is below. The cost of each AP exam is $96.  A non-refundable deposit of $40 per exam is required to register for the test.  The $40 deposit will apply toward the total exam cost and you will pay the remaining balance of $56 per exam by March 25, 2022.  You can also choose to pay in full for your exam(s) ($96/exam) when you register. Students who have completed the FRL Application through the Families Portal and are eligible for the Federal Free/Reduced Lunch Program can receive a fee waiver. Please email Mrs. Reed for a fee waiver if this applies to you.

    To order an AP exam, you must complete ALL THREE (3) of the following steps by Friday, Nov. 5th:

    1. Join your class through MyAP using your teacher’s Join Code. See your teacher if you have questions about how to do this.

    2. Complete the 2022 RBHS AP Registration Formhttps://forms.gle/H9QHyru2YgGeNYq49

    3. Submit Payment ($40 / exam non-refundable minimum deposit due by Nov. 5th)
        Remaining balance will be due by March 25, 2022

    Students who register after Nov. 5th will be charged a $40/exam late fee. 

    You can pay your AP exam fees online at https://www.cpsk12.org/RBHSAP using a credit or debit card, or by check (made payable to Rock Bridge High School) mailed to:

    Rock Bridge High School

    ATTN: Counseling Office AP Registration

    4303 S. Providence Rd

    Columbia, MO 65203


  • VIRTUAL CALMING CENTER (login to CPS Google to access)

    2020 has been overwhelming in many ways, and many of us are feeling stressed, anxious, and unprepared to handle the load that this year has given us to carry. The Virtual Calming Center offers resources to help you find a moment of calm in the chaos. From guided meditation, to yoga, to creative coloring, the Calming Center allows a place where you can refocus, regroup, and reenergize. We invite you to take a few minutes to check it out and Get Your Calm On!

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