Twenty-seven students boarded a bus traveling to Battle girls basketball's sectional game against Festus High School.
Chess players from across the state gathered at Battle High School on Saturday to compete in the Missouri Scholastic Championship Chess Tournament. About 500 players attended.
Battle High School will hold its first talent show this spring.
In the month of February students and staff at Battle High School prepared for its first courtwarming dance, hosted a cheer clinic and lost a basketball game to Fr. Tolton High School
Battle High School students had their first Courtwarming Dance on Friday. The dance was the culmination of the school's first Spirit Week, which takes place when both the boys and girls basketball teams have their first home games in the same week.
Samantha Moss, 16, and Xavier Rolley, 17, were brought together at summer school last year.
Students at Battle High School participate in the AVID system to gain skills and support as they prepare themselves for college.
Before seventh grade, 16-year-old Tyler McCutchen was shy. But as he stands on the stage as Mushnik, one of the lead roles in Battle High School’s production of "Little Shop of Horrors," it's hard to tell.
John Warner is using his more than 20 years of experience to handle the challenges of a new building with a new student body.
Battle High School's FFA club hosted its first Agriculture Science Day on Wednesday. The event included a petting zoo, farm Olympic games, a hay ride and an ultrasound of sheep.
Each day of Battle High School's first Homecoming Spirit Week had a different theme, for which the students and faculty dressed up, including superheroes, decades, celebrities and twins.
Battle High School students participated in their first Homecoming week and introduced new traditions along the way.
The Battle High School Spartans are dressing up to fit different themes each day of their first Homecoming Spirit Week. On Thursday, they paired up and dressed as twins.
Battle High School Spartans are dressing up to fit different themes each day of their first Homecoming Spirit Week.
Battle High School is celebrating homecoming with Spirit Week. Each day this week, students are dressing to a different theme. Tuesday's theme was "Making History." Students dressed in attire from their favorite decades.
Battle High School began celebrating its first homecoming week on Monday.
Battle High School's marching band has placed second at both of its competitions so far, which director Robert Thalhuber said he thinks is an accomplishment considering the band's size and newness. The band practices every weekday from 7 to 8:30 a.m.
The Battle High School softball team held a car wash at the Dairy Queen at Forum and Stadium boulevards on Sunday to raise money for the program.
It's part of a larger story for Danyale Williams and her husband, Lee, as they make a new life in Columbia.
On Wednesday, Chuck Everitt witnessed his 4,000th ribbon-cutting as Chamber of Commerce Ambassador.