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THANK YOU TO OUR 2015 2016 COMMUNITY & FAMILY PARTNERS

Your financial support of the Robinson High School Foundation (RHSF) is critical to the mission of the organization.

 

Platinum Knight

 

Jim Cornwell - State Farm

&

Clayton & Mary McNeel

 

 

Silver Knight

 

James & Marcy Baker

Thomas & Denise Cassedy

Mark & Trudie Fernandez

Wendell & Corinne Gaertner

Ed Hoisington & Laurie (McGee) Hoisington - Class of '85

Richard & Tracey Miller

Randy & Mary Osiason

Larry & Jane Rothschild

 

 

Pewter Knight

Thompson Construction Services

 

Chuck & Holly Baab

David & Alexis Borucke

John & Elinor Boushall

Stephen & Shannon Dann

Matthew & Laura Lee Glass

Trent & Nolan Goss

James & Dawn Granese

Kevin & Lorien Johnson

Monica Mancuso

Aram & Carla Megerian

Ed & Elizabeth Rice

Alan & Dana Ruiz

Philip & Jennifer Touhy

 

White Knight

Todd & Melanie Atkinson

Johnny & Lauren Bush

Ed & Jennifer Carlstedt

Greg & Jill Chesney

Stephen & Kim French

Courtney Gonzalez

Patrick & Michelle Huston

Jon & Allison Jennewein

Kevin & Lorien Johnson

Lionel & Lee Lowry

Suja Nair & Jiji Kurup Family

Albert & Stephanie Narvades

Edward & Aly Peterson

Mike & Linda Santoro

Jim & Ann Shaler

Chris & Lauren Smith

Robert & Angela Weck

Joe & Vicki Weissman

Jerry & Diana Yankowitz

 

Knight

The Abel Family

Bill & Julie Byrd

Richard & Nancy Chad

Albert Chen & Su Xu

Tom & Rebecca DeBrocke

Tim & Janine Dorsey

Ben & Anne Eason

David & Beth Fontes

Stephen & Elizabeth Hurd

Ted & Meagan Kempton

Rob & Ellen LaVielle

Natalie Long

Mark & Mary McKell

Mike & Jill Matthews

Tre & Karen Mischka

Marty & Lynn Peate

Patrick & Amanda Planthaber

David & Debbie Presnell

Richard & Melissa Renninger

Michael & Michelle Verdisco

Jeff Wadulack

Fred & Carrie Werdine

 

On behalf of the friends, faculty, staff, and especially the students, thank you for your support!!


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"Growing Leaders One Knight at a Time!"

OUR MISSON

Providing financial and volunteer support for the Robinson High School community and campus

 

Robinson Rising
 
Robinson High School, home of the Knights, is a gem in the School District of Hillsborough County. Rising to a prominent position among the top U.S. high schools, Robinson has received A grades from the state of Florida and consistently appears among U.S. News & World Report’s Best High Schools in Florida and Best Magnet Schools in America.
 
Founded in 1959, Robinson currently serves more than 1,600 students who strive daily to fulfill the Knights motto, “Pride through Excellence.” Each year our outstanding students earn recognitions in the county, state and nation for their success in academics, athletics and the arts.

Robinson High School’s IB Class of 2015 achieved an unprecedented 100 percent IB Diploma rate, one of only 36 IB programs nationwide and the only one in Florida to achieve this honor.
 
 
Robinson High School Foundation History
 
The Robinson High School Foundation (RHSF) was established in 2010 to provide volunteer and financial support to our school community.  Through the generosity of community partners, alumni, pparents, faculty and administrators, the Foundaiton has raised more than $340,000 to help improve the school community.

RHS Foundation funding has provided or assisted with projects such as:
  • Two electronic marquees and protective covers
  • Award-winning college and career center, The Cube
  • A vibrant faculty grant program
  • Upgraded classroom technology
  • Campus irrigation and landscaping
  •  Audiovisual equipment
  • Gymnasium PA system
  • Assistance for student clubs, band and athletic teams
  • Operating budget assistance for the RHS PTSA
  • Scholarships for graduating Knights
  • Athletic facility renovations

 

Why does RHS need a foundation?

A foundation sets goals and raises funds for improvements that may not be in the school district budget. Teacher grants allow RHS faculty members to pursue classroom improvements, equipment needs, teaching aids and training that may not otherwise be available to them - ultimately benefitting the students. Without assistance from the RHS Foundation, many of these needs may go unmet or come out of the pockets of the teachers.

 

How can you help?

Support the RHS Foundation by becoming a Community or Family Partner. Attend the Foundation’s annual fundraising event. Volunteer to support the Foundation’s activities. Get involved and help a school that is rising to a higher level of excellence as the best high school in the county.