Robinson High School Guidance
WELCOME TO THE ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL
9th & 10th Grade
11th & 12th Grade
Telephone: 618.544.9510 | Fax: 618.544.7921 | Office Hours: 7:30am-3:30pm
The Robinson High School Counseling Office is closed for Summer Break until the 2nd week of August.
Important Phone Numbers:
- RHS Main Office: (618) 544-9510
- Victoria McDonald, Principal: Ext. 103
- Bob Coffman, Assistant Principal: Ext. 104
**Lincoln Trail College Tuition Waiver Applications are available in the Guidance Office**
Students are encouraged to visit with the counselors for personal guidance and for information on grades, study help, testing programs, and college and scholarship information. The counselors are available to discuss home, school, or social concerns.
GUIDANCE OFFICE SERVICES
Robinson High School offers a large array of guidance and counseling services to all students. These services include, but are not limited to, personal counseling, academic counseling, career counseling, scheduling, and testing services. The guidance department also provides scholarship and other financial information to seniors by announcing scholarships available through the student announcements each morning, participating in the LTC College Fair, hosting a financial aid night, and other activities.
Our Guidance Office has a computer available for students to investigate college information online before and after school, as well as during their activity period. The Guidance Office also keeps applications for most local and state colleges and universities and can request applications for any institution of higher learning. Students may also apply on-line to many of the institutions.
The Guidance Department believes that communication is the key to a students success in the classroom and is in the student's best interest that his or her parent/guardian and the school communicates regularly. E-mails are an effective method of communication. All RHS teachers have e-mail, and their addresses are the same: first initial, last name @robinsonschools.com. Teachers are very conscientious about responding to e-mails, and many parents have found it to be an excellent way to keep track of their child's educational progress.
Financial Aid Links
Collegiate Information Links