Talk:Rock Bridge High School
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For an October 2004 deletion debate over this page see Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Rock Bridge High School
This vandalism is ridiculous and is reflecting extremely poorly on both schools. I took the liberty of restructuring the article, deleting all the the redundant information that was there because of the recent addition of the info-box. I also completely removed the section of the bru crew because it was extremely POV and irrelevant. -Osiris
Copy Rights Violation
The Majority of the article was straight from the Columbia Public Schools student handbook for secondary schools. A shortend version of the handbook, containing the entire part copied here can be found at the Rock Bridge High School Website on the menu, under studen handbook. Grey_Wanderer 20:24, 18 September 2006 (UTC)
A high school athletics page, should contain history of the program, and of past championships and awards won. It should not be a place to discuss the likely outcome of the current season, or a commentary of the next game. It could be used to list current members or starters of a team, but to discuss the outcomes of the current season, is by nature POV (Point of View) and just asks to be vandalised. Grey Wanderer 21:29, 11 October 2006 (UTC)
Kawaii Club/Harry Potter Club
The liberties taken by the Kawaii Club (and the Harry Potter club?) to establish themselves as the most special/outstanding clubs are ridiculous. Wikipedia is not a place for one highschool club to try to one-up other clubs. I deleted that part in favor of less overtly biased overview of Rock Bridge clubs, in addition to the complaints about teachers made by Japanese language students. This is not the appropriate place to spread gossip.