Course List

Below you will find a list of all courses taught here at The Robinson School.


English I
English II
English III
English IV
Essay Writing
World Literature


Anatomy & Physiology
Biology 2
Earth Science
Environmental Science
Biology Lab


Algebra II
Liberal Arts Math
Math for College Readiness
Special Topics in Math

Social Studies

American Government
American History
Global Studies
World History
Economics w/ Financial Literacy


American Sign Language I
American Sign Language II
Creative Photography
Forensic Science I: Secrets of the Dead
Introduction to Social Media: Our Connected World
Social Problems I: A World in Crisis
Social Problems II: Crisis, Conflicts & Challenges
Sociology I: The Study of Human Relationships
Sociology II: Your Social Life
Spanish I
Spanish II

Graduation Requirements

To earn a high school diploma from The Robinson School, students must complete the following courses:
4 English credits (English 1, English 2, English 3, English 4)
4 Math credits (Algebra 1, Geometry, and two from: Math for College Readiness, Algebra II , Special Topics, or Trig)
4 Science credits (Earth Science, Biology, Environmental Science required, + one elective science)
3 Social Studies credits (World History, American History, American Government, Economics)
9 Electives (Required electives include: Life Management, Outdoor Education, Career Research, Personal Financial Literacy, and Workplace Essentials)

Honors Courses Available: Prerequisites apply
A 2.0 GPA is required to earn a high school diploma from The Robinson School. Students seeking state scholarships may need to meet additional requirements.

While other courses will transfer in, The Robinson School offers the following courses to meet the graduation requirements:
English 1 Anatomy & Physiology American Government World History
English 2 Biology I American History
English 3 Biology 2 Economics w/Financial Literacy
English 4 Chemistry World History
Essay Writing Earth Science Global Studies
World Lit Environmental Science

Algebra I American Sign Language 1
Algebra II American Sign Language 2
Geometry Creative Photography
Special Topics in Math Psychology
Math for College Readiness Spanish 1
Trigonometry Spanish 2

The Robinson School CEEB Code is 310-117


Life skill courses essential for transition to College campus/Independent living include:

  • Communication skills development
  • Public Speaking
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Confidence / character building
  • Money and budgeting (students open bank accounts…..)
  • Strategies for reducing Anxiety
  • Managing Stress
  • Time management / Staying on task
  • Exercise / Health / Hygiene / Eating/ Nutrition
  • Organization techniques
  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Technology and Social Networking

College prep / reinforcement courses  include: