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Photo gallery: Traditional senior clap out

Photo gallery: Traditional senior clap out

Amelia Foster, Natalia McCalla, and Racquel Ingram

May 17, 2019

The traditional seniors participated in a clap out on May 15. The seniors signed yearbooks in the cafeteria before taking one final lap around Robinson. Students and teachers cheered on their friends s they walked out of their final day of high school.

Photo gallery: 2019 IB senior clap out

Photo gallery: 2019 IB senior clap out

Natalia McCalla and Alyssa Accosta

May 6, 2019

The IB class of 2019 has their last day of school a month prior to graduation so they have plenty of time to prepare for their exams. Senior IB exams are taken over a two to three week period and are taken at an off campus testing location. ...

A Q&A with Kenzie Hatton

A Q&A with Kenzie Hatton

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019

The salutatorian of Robinson's traditional program has a interesting story. Kenzie Hatton ('19) shares the title with her twin sister, Macy as they both took the same courses and ended up with the same GPA's. Hatton has continued to strengthen her schedule and motivate herself, not with salutatorian...

Full Time Student Part Time Employee

Full Time Student Part Time Employee

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

September 8, 2018

There are many students at Robinson high school who balance having an after school job with their academic responsibilities. Some students have interesting and unique jobs that are truly enjoyable to go to. Having a job often gives students the opportunity to branch out and turn on their creative...

Photo Gallery: 2018 traditional senior clap out

Photo Gallery: 2018 traditional senior clap out

Nicole Perdigon, Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

On May 8, the traditional seniors ended their final day of high school with the annual clap out. Underclassmen lined the path for the seniors from the cafeteria to the auditorium. Graduation with be held on Wednesday, May 23 at the Florida State Fair Grounds. Check out the photo Gallery below to see...

Robinson crowns their king and queen

Robinson crowns their king and queen

Macey Hatton, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017

During halftime of the homecoming game last Friday, the homecoming king and queen were announced. After a nerve-wracking few minutes, Bryce Hoover was the one to pull the sword out of the stone and lead it to the homecoming queen, Zjala Phelps. Bryce Hoover ('18) has run all four years he has attended...

[I am not my…] Matthew Hall (’15)

[I am not my…] Matthew Hall (’15)

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2015

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject puts an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photograp...

[I am not my…] Marissa Howes

[I am not my…] Marissa Howes

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield's "What I Be" project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, with ...

[I am not my…] Jordan Fuller

[I am not my…] Jordan Fuller

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed, ...

[I am not my…] Giovannie Velez

[I am not my…] Giovannie Velez

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2014

The [I am not my...] project, inspired by Photographer Steve Rosenfield’s “What I Be” project, aims to help the Robinson High School Community conquer their insecurities by facing them head-on. The subject an insecurity or self doubt on their arm, hands, or face, and then being photographed...

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