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AP Proctor Sign UP
The AP Proctor Sign up for Robinson High School AP testing, during the month of May, is online ready to go!

If you are interested in helping proctor, please sign up. We are giving 1450 AP exams this year and can really use your help. Please note that you cannot sign up to proctor a test that a child of yours is taking this year (at Robinson or another school) or for a test in a subject area that you teach or tutor. Please complete the SERVE form. Please submit the form to me, or if you already have one on file for this year, let me know.
Secondly, sig up to be a proctor at the followng website:

The Media Center is Closed from 7:25AM until 11:21 AM due to testing.

End of Course Exams (EOC) are here!


EOC Exam
Testing Window
U. S. History EOC
Monday 4/28/14 - Friday 5/2/14
Biology EOC
Monday 5/5/14 - Friday 5/9/14
Alegebra 1 EOC
Monday 5/12/14 - Friday 5/16/14
Geometry EOC
Monday 5/19/14 - 5/23/14


Progress Reports go home with all students on Wednesday, April 23.  
Traditional Conference Night - Thursday, April 24, 5:00PM - 7:30PM


FCAT TESTING

FCAT testing for Grade 10 is Tuesday 4/22 & Wednesday 4/23.

SESSION 1 @ 7:25 AM: IB Students and Students with special accommodations
SESSION 2 @ 9:35 AM: Traditional Students and Students with special accommodations

*Any student who was not in attendance for the Grade 9 or Grade 10 FCAT, will take a make up FCAT on Thursday 4/24 & Friday 4/25.
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Students have you visited The Cube?
The Cube (College and Career Center) has been up and running in the Media Center since September, 2012. Two parents started it, Anne Eason and Meg Fernandez, as a college/career resource center. The Cube is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during school hours. The Cube has about 8 parent volunteers who meet with juniors and seniors to help the students plan for their post-high school lives. After a few months of working with students one-on-one, the parents realized that they weren't able to meet with as many students as they needed to...and  decided to extend their reach by creating a newsletter. So, in February of last year the parent volunteers put together The Cube's first newsletter with information about scholarships, application deadlines for college, studying for SAT/ACT, volunteerism, summer programs etc. Since that time, these parents have written about four newsletters. The most recent one (April, 2014) is written just for juniors. Click here to read April's newsletter. For more newsletters, visit Robinson College.


2014 EOC (End of Course) Exams

Testing Window for EOC's is 4/28-5/23, starting with History, Biology, Algebra, and Geometry.

  • As per Florida Statutes, State EOC assessments will be given to identified students enrolled in particular courses in the areas of algebra, geometry, biology, and US History
  • EOC assessments will have a dedicated testing window assigned.
  • The EOC assessments will be used as district semester exams.
  • The semester exam procedures as stated in the student handbook will be followed.
  • Exam exemptions from the EOC are not permissible
  • Passing the Algebra, Biology and US History EOC is presently required for Scholar Diploma Designation
Students who currently have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) may be eligible for a waiver relative to the end of course examinations.  The student’s IEP team will address a possible waiver if applicable.  If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact the student’s Exceptional Student Education (ESE) case manager.

Additional information is available on the following Department of Education (DOE) website:  www.fldoe.org

(12th) Entered 9th Grade 2010/2011 School Year
a.  Enrolled in Algebra I, Algebra IH, Algebra IB
1.  Take EOC as per Florida Statutes / 30% of final grade

b.  Enrolled in Geometry, Geometry H, Geometry IB, Biology, Biology H, Biology Pre IB, US History, US History H
1.  Take EOC as per Florida Statutes
2.  EOC will be used as district semester exam and count 30% of final grade

(11th) Entered 9th Grade 2011/2012 School Year
a.  Enrolled in Algebra 1, Algebra 1H, Algebra 1B, Geometry, Geometry H, Geometry IB, Biology, Biology H, Biology Pre IB, US History, US History H
1.  Take EOC as per Florida Statutes
2.  EOC will be used as district semester exam and count 30% of final grade

(10th) Entered 9th Grade 2012/2013 School Year
a.  Enrolled in Algebra 1, Algebra 1H, Algebra 1B, Geometry, Geometry H, Geometry IB, Biology, Biology H, Biology Pre IB
1.  Take EOC as per Florida Statutes
2.  EOC will be used as district semester exam and count 30% of final grade
b.  Enrolled in US History, US History H
1.  Take EOC as per Florida Statutes / 30% of final grade

(9th) Entered 9th Grade 2013/2014 School Year

a.  Enrolled in Algebra I, Algebra IH, Algebra IB, Geometry, Geometry H, Geometry IB, Biology, Biology H, Biology Pre IB, US History, US History H
1.  Take EOC as per Florida Statutes / 30% of final grade

Advanced Placement US History/History IB Students
  • Take US History EOC
  • EOC will serve as district semester exam and count 30% of final grade
  • Passing score on the US History EOC is one of the requirements for Scholar Diploma Designation
Advanced Placement Biology Students
  • Take district semester exam
  • Passing score on Biology EOC is one of the requirements for Scholar Diploma Designation
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Parent Drop-off and Pick-up for Saturday mornings only is the front of the school.

                                                     mySPOT—Your online connection to HCPS resources!
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                  Common Core Standards
                Parents want to know more!
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New Grading Program - Live

Department of Education Graduation Requirements


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The Transportation Extended Learning Program (TELP) application is for students currently enrolled in the Robinson High School International Baccalaureate program who have been notified they are eligible for transportation to/from a bus hub (Leto HS, Alonso HS, Westchase Elementary, Plant HS or Spoto HS) and wish to take part in the afternoon TELP program at their assigned hub. All completed and signed applications should be returned to Lily Sallis, IB Secretary, at Robinson High School as soon as possible. Students will not be able to participate in the TELP program on the first day of school if their application is not turned in to the Robinson High School IB office in a timely manner.  Click here to open the TELP application
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Parents are to use the Student Parking Lot to Pick-UP and Drop-Off their student. Enter the Lois Gate and stay to your right in a single file line. Pick-up and Drop-Off is located by the fence next to the Auditorium/Gym building. To exit the lot, make a left and exit the Rembrandt Drive Gate. There will be NO Pick-UP and Drop-Off in front of the school or at the Bus Ramp in the back of the school. If you arrive after the tardy bell, please park in front of the school and go to the Student Affairs Office with your student to sign in.
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Does my student need to pass the Biology End of Course exam to receive course credit or graduate?  Click here to find out.
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We will provide a positive, healthy, and safe environment while promoting high expectations and providing diverse cultural experiences and valuable educational opportunities for the Robinson High School Family.

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Principal: Johnny Bush
Grades: 9-12
Student Hours: 7:25 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
School Colors: Black, White, Silver, Gray
Mascot: Knights


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  • Small School size and classes allow students to participate in a cadre of activities.
  • Strong focus on post-secondary education and/or career plans as evidenced by large AP and Career Technical offerings.
  • Tradition as a community school/third generation.
  • Business Industry Certifications in Adobe and Microsoft Office Software.
  • Partnership with MacDill Air Force Base
  • Superior Instrumental Music Programs
  • Academy of Travel & Tourism
  • Outstanding ROTC program
  • Athletic Achievement
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Program


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School Address:

6311 S. Lois Ave
Tampa, Fl 33616
813-272-3006
813-272-3014 fax
813-272-3006 ext #1 Attendance Line

Driving Directions:

Via 275: South on Dale Mabry to Mango Avenue (approx 1 mile south of Gandy); Turn right (west) on Mango and follow to school on corner of Mango and Lois Ave.

Via Crosstown: Exit Gandy/Dale Mabry (East); go south on Dale Mabry to Mango and turn right (west) and follow to school on corner of Mango and Lois Ave.



Last Modified: Apr 24, 2014
T. R. Robinson High School -- 6311 S. Lois Ave. -- Tampa, FL 33616 -- Phone: 813-272-3006 -- Attendance Line: 813-272-3006 ext. #1 -- Fax: 813-272-3014