South Robeson High School


Character Education Word of the Week

  • Self-confidence - Realistic, positive attitude about one's own judgment and ability. 
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SRHS Testing

Benchmark Testing is every four weeks in
English II, Biology and Integrated Math I.
The next series of benchmark testing will be
May 11-15, 2015
Biology Teacher - Mr. Oxendine
English II Teachers - Mr. Rummage and Ms. Blackmon 
Integrated Math I Teachers - Ms. Maynor and Ms. Horton

EOC's, Common Exams, & VoCATS
May 29-June 10, 2015


Welcome to South Robeson High School for the 2014-2015 school year. I trust that you are excited and looking forward to a successful school year. I am looking forward to continuing my work with parents, students, staff, volunteers, and the school community at large to ensure the successful implementation of (a) the district’s vision, and (b) the school’s vision in fulfilling the curricular objectives placed upon us. Uniting all publics in our efforts to build a model learning community here at South Robeson High will help ensure the success of everyone involved.

Our school mission to “provide a safe, nurturing environment and educational opportunities that encourage students to learn, develop, and apply skills to reach their full potential,” may at first seem a daunting task, yet I have confidence that with the help of our staff, parents and the community at large we will experience unparalleled success this school year and beyond. I am truly looking forward to this partnership and am expecting the very best!

Dr. Christopher Clark, principal 


Welcome to the Home of the Mighty Mustangs!


Dr. Christopher Clark, Principal
Mr. Dallas Locklear, Assistant Principal
Mr. Darrell Franklin, Assistant Principal

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday



 SRHS seniors sign with college teams. Corbin Hunt signed on to further his education and play football at Newport News Apprentice School. Jacoby Blue and Kalvis Chavis signed on at Elizabeth City State to further his education and play football. 

 SRHS students make the All-Conference Girls Basketball team. Kada Hunt and A'terria Quick made the 1st All-Conference team, while Carrington Mitchell and Chania Troy made the 2nd All-Conference team. A'terria Quick was chosen as the Performance Play of the Week by Time Warner Cable and Subway Restaurants. A'terria was also chosen as the 2015 Conference Player of the Year. 

Five students from South Robeson were selected to participate in the University of South Carolina Band Clinic Feb. 12-15, 2015 in Columbia, SC. They were among 465 students from 6 states who participated in the clinic.  The students selected (top to bottom) were Ellen, Maya, Christian, Jamieia and Aquasia.
Band Students  

SRHS students had lots of Christmas spirit this year. Future Farmers of America donated Christmas gifts and cheer to the Southeastern Health Pediatrics in Lumberton for the second year.  The National Technical Honor Society and History Club students purchased gifts for Angel Tree children ranging from ages one to sixteen. Band and Chorus students sung and passed out candy at a nursing home in Lumberton. JROTC and Band spread Christmas cheer in the Rowland Christmas Parade
 FFA Christmas

Congratulations to all the A/B Honor Roll Students. South Robeson community appreciates your dedication and hard work. Keep up the good work.

 Homecoming King and Queen
SRHS Homecoming Week was filled with fun activities for the students to show their Mustang pride. We started the week off with Camo and Pink Day. Tuesday was Decade Day. SRHS students dressed as 50’s cool cats, 60’s love children, 70’s disco kings and queens, 80’s punk rockers and hip hop artists. Also on Tuesday we had the Native American program where students learned more about the Native America heritage. Wednesday was Wacky Tacky Day where students got to dress in mismatching, inside out, backward, and just totally odd ways to dressing.  The Powder Puff Game was Wednesday afternoon with the senior girls playing the junior girls in a friendly game of flag football with a team of male cheerleaders cheering them on.  Character Day was Thursday allowing students to dress as their favorite characters.  Homecoming Week ended with a bang with Spirit Day, a Homecoming carnival, a pep rally on Friday, and a dance after the game. Congratulations to our Varsity boys for their win against West Columbus Friday Night.
 Congratulations to Soliel Maynor, her poetry was selected to be published in the debut issue of the Carolina Young Artist's Magazine.
Fair winners  
SRHS Art Students are on fire! Joshua won 2nd place at the Robeson County Agriculture Fair 2014 in the sculpture division for his robot artwork. Darian won 1st place in the student art division for Proficient art for her digital artwork titled "only Human". James won two 1st place awards for the open art division and student intermediate division for his ceramic art works. We are so proud of our SRHS artists.



 TOY Pam Carlson

Congratulations to Pamela Carlson, South Robeson High School Teacher of the Year. Ms. Carlson is the Band Teacher at SRHS. The Faculty appreciates her dedication and hard work. 
 Aquia Deese Scholastic award

South Robeson student recognized in national competition. The nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists & Writers has announced the national winners of the 2014 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the country's longest-running and most prestigious award and recognition program for creative students in grades 7–12. Sixteen high school seniors received the highest Scholastic Art & Writing Awards honor, the Portfolio Gold Medal, which includes a $10,000 cash scholarship. In addition, all National Award–winning high school seniors are now eligible to apply for a special pool of more than $8 million in scholarships, set aside specifically for them through partnerships with the Alliance and esteemed colleges and universities around the country.


 Aquia Deeses' artwork was selected for permanent display at the NC Department of Public Instruction in Raleigh. This is an art competition/exhibit that was supported by the NC Art Educators Association. Her artwork shines in Raleigh. 


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