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Darius Walsh (24) riding on his friends shoulders clutching his yearbook during the senior clap-out.

So Long Seniors

Ashlyn Miller, Co Editor-In-Chief May 20, 2024

On May 15, Robinson kissed the last of the class of 2024 goodbye with the Traditional senior clap-out. After a breakfast celebrating their achievements where the seniors received honors cords, senior varsity...

SGA has its new leadership for the 2024-2025 school year.
Photo credit: Robinson SGA Instagram

Robinson Has Elected The New SGA Leadership

Annabelle Bulger and Jordan De La Cruz May 2, 2024

Robinson's Student Government Association holds reelections every April in preparation for the upcoming year, with results returning the following week. After the elections in April, the student body selected...

Troupe 2660 closes the show with the opening scene from Camelot

Robinson’s Troupe 2660 Brought “Broadway Knights” To The House

Annabelle Bulger, Staff Writer May 1, 2024

Robinson's Troupe 2660 performed their final performance of the year, "Broadway Knights," April 17 through 18. Combining the theatre classes and club, the show was a display of the troupe's talent, hard...

Julia Barret (24) waves goodbye to friends.

Saying Sayonara to IB Seniors

Yesenia Rosario and Jasmyn Mitchner April 30, 2024

Tearful goodbyes, hugs and more tears were seen on Wednesday, April 24 as the clock struck 3 p.m. on Robinson's campus concluding the IB Seniors last day of school. With hallways full, upstairs and...

National Senior Decision Day posters for seniors to talk about their post high school plans.

Senior Decision Day

Whittaley Bowden, Senior Staff Writer April 30, 2024

Seniors at Robinson High School celebrated their achievements and future plans on Senior Decision Day, which was held at the school's cafeteria on Friday. The event was organized by PTSA who were thrilled...

James Ishee (25) hard at work, preparing for his Journalism 1 Exam.

End of Year Exam Schedule 2024

Coleton Rone, Multimedia Editor April 25, 2024

Though the 2023–2024 school year's been a wonderful tenure, it's winding down and coming to an end, which is a blessing for most people. There has been a lot of time to prepare for the pesky exams that...

“Well, every student has a different theme or a different focus of their work. They had to create work that has a clear artistic voice to it. So everybody kind of developed at a different pace surrounding their theme,” Mary Wilson, Robinsons 2D and 3D art teacher, said.

Photo Gallery: 2024 IB Visual Arts Exhibition

Winter Carbajal, Staff Writer April 14, 2024

The 2024 IB Visual Arts Senior Exhibition was held on April 2nd, by Robinson's sole art teacher Mary Wilson and her students. The group of mostly senior students met for the night to show their work while...

Looking over a story, Cecilia Cheng (24) edits Jordan De La Cruzs (25) article.

Cecilia Cheng Places Second for Todd C. Smith’s Journalist of the Year

Sofia Scott, Staff Writer April 11, 2024

The Florida Scholastic Press Association, or FSPA, is a convention held annually for journalists to participate in competitions and attend workshops to better their craft. FSPA's primary goal is to help...

SGA applications are now opened to be filled out.

SGA Seeks New Student Voices

Whittaley Bowden, Senior Staff Writer April 5, 2024

As the academic year approaches to an end, Robinson's Student Government Association, or SGA, has opened the application process for students wishing to join the organization.  SGA offers various leadership,...

(From left to right) Robinsons Past Principals Sylvia Albritton (1990-1996), Sandy Bunkin (1996-2001), Laura Zavatkay (2004-2012), Johnny Bush (2012-2016), Robert Bhoolai (2016-2022) and current Principal David Brown (2022-Present) at the Rededication Ceremony.

Robinson Celebrates New Beginnings with Rededication Ceremony

Cecilia Cheng, Print Managing Editor March 26, 2024

The three main original buildings contained only 42 classrooms. The football stadium was just a field of grass; some didn't even call it a stadium as there were no track, no seats, only dirt. However,...

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