Robina State High School opened in January 1996 and, since this time, has enjoyed an excellent reputation for its programs and outcomes. Robina State High School offers a unique learning environment where students are surrounded with opportunities to excel not only academically, but also in sporting, creative and civic domains.
Our aim is for all students to experience success and to be challenged to do the best they can.
"Believe and Succeed"
Every Student, Every lesson, Every day - Learning and Succeeding.
Homework Club for all students, Monday to Thursday 3 – 4 in the school library. A teacher aide is available to work with students every day, and a specialist maths teacher is available for tutoring Thursday afternoons.
Free microsoft software for students’ personal computers
All state school students from Prep–Year 12 can now download multiple free copies of the Microsoft Office 2013 Suite to their personal home and mobile computer equipment.
Students who want the free software will need an active Managed Internet Service (MIS) login, school email account and password — those who don‘t should contact Mr Wood who will help you activate your MIS login. Find out how students can download their free copy of Microsoft Office 2013 Suite.
QParents has been created by the Department of Education and Training to provide parents of Queensland state school students with secure online access to their child's information.
The portal allows you to securely access information about your child and to communicate directly with your child's school.