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With around 1200 students, Robina State High School is the perfect size. Its student numbers allow the school to offer breadth in its curriculum and the full range of extra- curricular activities and support programs for students. It is still small enough, however, to have a strong sense of community where students have personalised support and care.

The school has an enthusiastic, highly trained and professional group of teachers and support staff who work hard to personalise learning and provide rigour, challenge, support and guidance to the young people in their care.

Facilities: Three par golf course, baseball diamond, outdoor soccer field, gymnasium, tennis courts and a Performing Arts Centre.

Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10: English, Maths, Science and History and HPE will be delivered in accordance with the Australian Curriculum requirements. Elective subjects – The Arts, Art, Dance, Drama, Media, Music, Technology, Business, Digital Technology, Introduction to Fashion, Graphics, Industrial Technology, Home Economics, Food & Nutrition, Languages – Japanese.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Authority subjects - Accounting, Ancient History, Biology, Business Communication & Technology, Chemistry, Dance, Drama, Economics, English, English Extension (Year 12 only), English for ESL Learners, Film, Television and New Media, Geography, Graphics, Home Economics, Information Processing & Technology, Japanese, Legal Studies, Mathematics A, Mathematics B, Mathematics C (only in conjunction with Maths B), Modern History, Music, Music Extension ( Year 12 only), Philosophy and Reason Physical Education, Physics, Technology Studies, Visual Art.

Authority registered subjects – Early Childhood Studies, English Communication, Furnishing Studies, Hospitality (in conjunction with Cert I Hosp), Marine and Aquatic Practices, Photo-Imaging Studies, Prevocational Mathematics, Recreation, Recreation – Baseball, Recreation – Golf, Recreation – Soccer/Futsal, Tourism Studies, Visual Art Studies.

VET Certificate courses – Certificate I in Hospitality (in conjunction with Hospitality), Certificate I & II in Information, Digital & Media Technology Certificate II in Engineering(Metals), Certificate II in Furniture Making, Certificate II in Hospitality, Certificate II in Sport and Recreation, Certificate II in Sport (Career Orientated Participation) Golf, Certificate II in Workplace Practices, Certificate III in Allied Health Services – Health Science, Certificate III in Business Administration, Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care, Certificate III in Fitness, Certificate III Media, Certificate III in Tourism, Diploma of Business, Diploma of Events.

Welfare and personal development: Chaplain, Community Liaison Officer, Guidance Officer, school-based Police Officer, Youth Health Nurse.

Special features: Japanese Immersion program, Futsal/football Excellence, Baseball Excellence, League for Life, Golf Excellence and Instrumental Music, Academic Acceleration, Academic Excellence, the Kingfisher Scholastic Program, Kingfisher Mentoring Program, International program.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment Approximately 1200 Students
Fees Free (Government School)
07 5562******* 07 5562 3444
07 5562******* 07 5562 3400
Address 1 Investigator Drive, Robina Qld 4226
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