I am enrolled and I attend this school. It has changed. You are no longer working at your own pace, and they started treating it like an actual high school, only you don't come out with the same credintials. Yeah, you can go to community college after, but if you plan on joining the military, or going to a university, you don't meet the requirements. It was once a great school, but now it's otherwise.
I attended Robertson Jr High for both my sophomore and senior year. This is a school with great opportunity to get back on track. It requires the students willingness along with the support of family. Robertson offers classes that relate to real life essentials: from parenting skills to computer literacy as well as art & english used as form of expression. I was blessed enough to have great teachers & counselors who were willing to pour into me. I was able to graduate on time, earning an award & having my writing published. I believe in this school as well as the teachers.. The choice is up to the student to apply themselves; however the teachers make you feel like you can do it!! a+ for robertson!
This school gives children the chance to work at their own pace, and not have to be obligated keep up if they aren't ready. The journalism and graphic arts programs are very informal. Robertson gives teen parents the option of finishing school so their children will have a chance as well. There are a variety of activities available on campus. Including Interact, designed by the Rotary Club. They learn leadership skills, as well as learning the importance of 'service above self'. This school is perfect for those who are a little behind, or a little ahead of their class. Children have the option of graduating a year or so early or late. On average, most high schools in Alameda county have about 7-10 fights per year. Robertson averages about4. This is simply due to the relationships between students because of the low occupancy. I would reccomend this school to anyone.