Robinson Scholarship Fund
Since our founding in 1902, Robinson School has been true to its mission. Inclusion and diversity have always been at the top of our priorities and are one of the things that make us stand out from other schools on the island. Being an International School, our student body reflects multiple nationalities and economic backgrounds. The Robinson community is defined by deep and varied individual strengths, not by families’ financial resources. In order to sustain a talented and diverse student body, we created the Robinson School Scholarship Fund. We will ensure the best of the best thrive at Robinson regardless of financial need.
If we believe in Robinson’s capacity to change lives, we must be courageous ourselves and invest to ensure students who will thrive here are able to choose this path as well—and that all Robinson students benefit from being part of a community driven by diversity and inspiration.
We invite donors to invest in:
- Opportunities, Full scholarships and partial scholarships that ensure the Robinson community is defined by deep and varied individual strengths, not by families’ financial resources.
- Excellence, enabling Robinson to identify, retain, and recognize extraordinary student talent, ensuring the best of the best thrive at Robinson regardless of financial need.
- Inclusion, providing need-based financial aid to the children of Robinson faculty and staff, who would otherwise be unable to afford tuition at Robinson or a peer institution.
- Future, providing non-tuition additional support for financial aid students (such as college application expenses, school trips, and music lessons).
- Immediate results, allowing scholarships to be available for immediate use during the year in which the gift is made.
Current Scholarships include:
- The Robinson Luis Llorens Torres Scholarship – An alliance that offers a full-tuition opportunity for Luis Llorens Torres public school students.
- The Robinson Merit Scholarship Award – Need-based tuition discounts for academically excellent students.
- Named Scholarships – Donated by individuals or institutions ranging from full to partial tuition coverage, books, food, uniforms, summer school, tutoring, field trips and fees.
- Need-based Financial Aid – Financial Aid for current students enduring economic hardship, and faculty and staff children.