At Robina State High School we value
the ideals of an international education. Our International Programs
foster cultural understanding and personal development for our visitors
and for our school community. Our programs provide
opportunities for students and staff to form life-long global networks.
Robina High School welcomes visitors from overseas destinations on both
short-term and long-term programs. Our school community values the
cultural heritage of other nations and is very interested in developing
global networks of friendship, education and business.
Our school is lucky enough to be located on the beautiful Gold Coast in southern Queensland, Australia. The Gold Coast enjoys a
sub-tropical climate. The region receives an average of 10 hours of
sunshine per day for approximately 300 days per year. We have an average
summer temperature measuring 19 - 29 degrees Celsius and an average winter
temperature measuring 9 - 21 degrees Celsius.
Robina State High School hosts the
largest number of study tours on the Gold Coast. We have hosted over 100 study tours and our staff have extensive experience in tour organisation. We have staff able to communicate in a variety of languages, with specialists in Japanese communication.
Robina State High
School was also announced as the winner of the Education Queensland
International Showcase Award for Excellence in Global Engagement at the
Education Queensland Showcase Awards for Excellence in Schools in 2017.
The Department of Education trading as Education Queensland International (EQI)
CRICOS Provider Code: 00608A.