Robina State High School

Male & Female

Established 1996

Homestay

30 mins drive from BROWNS

Robina State High School

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.

These opportunities are created from their outstanding range of signature programs that include Japanese Immersion program, Futsal/football Excellence, Baseball Excellence, League for Life, Golf Excellence and Instrumental Music. Robina State High School also offers a range of programs to support high achievement: Academic Acceleration, Academic Excellence, the Kingfisher Scholastic Program and the Kingfisher Mentoring Program.

Student support is widely available at Robina State High School with three full-time international staff members plus qualified tutors offering English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D) support. 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.

Robina High uses innovative timetabling so that Friday is a flexible lesson-free day for senior students.

School Information

Year established: 1996
Number of students: 1400

School facilities

  • Performing arts centre
  • Sport activity centre
  • Fitness training gym
  • Specialist technology laboratories
  • Baseball field
  • Golf putting green (3 par)
  • Dance studio
  • Graphics and woodwork rooms
  • Catering kitchens and dining room
  • Photography darkroom
  • Marine aquaculture area
  • Japanese tatami room
  • Extracurricular activities

  • After school English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D) support
  • International learn-to-surf program
  • School camps – marine studies, biology, ski trip, Year 12 leadership
  • International camps to Byron Bay, Brisbane, Sydney and the Great Barrier Reef
  • Languages

  • Japanese
  • Special programs

  • Baseball Academy
  • Golf Academy
  • Football Academy (futsal and soccer)
  • General Sports Academy
  • Japanese Immersion program
  • Visual arts
  • Environmental science, marine studies, film and television courses
  • Fitness and hospitality programs
  • Overall Position English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D)
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
  • Schedule of Fees and Levies (2018)*

    Applications received for studies commencing in 2018 will continue to be invoiced at the 2018 fee rate for studies completed in 2018.
  • Year 7 - 10 = $13,832 per year
  • Year 11 - 12 = $15,640 per year
  • Schedule of Fees and Levies (2019)*

    Applications received after 29 June 2018 for studies commencing in 2019 will be invoiced at the 2019 fee rate.
  • Year 7 - 10 = $14,316 per year
  • Year 11 - 12 = $16,188 per year

  • * Indicative fees only. Other fees or levies may apply. Please visit EQI for full fee schedule: https://eqi.com.au/study-options/fees

    High School’s Indicative English Pathway Requirements

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    Last updated: 27 March 2017


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