St. Robert School has been successfully fulfilling her mission to pass on the faith to future generations for over fifty years. How is this possible? It is possible through the dedicated efforts of a staff devoted to high academic, social, and spiritual expectations working hand in hand with involved and supportive parents. A warm family atmosphere, personal attention, and emphasis on achieving the best you are capable are the benchmarks of a “St. Robert” education.
Call the school office today to schedule a tour of our facilities @ (810) 659-2503
Students at St. Robert School grow and develop with the focus on living a Christ-like life. Faith in action is emphasized and practiced with daily religion class, service outreach experiences, and adult guidance. St. Robert School Is a family that supports each other and works together.
It is our objective to educate the whole child, to do this; we provide academic excellence, faith formation and a full-spectrum of extra-curricular activities that enable students to learn about teamwork, personal achievement and the pursuit of excellence in all areas of their lives.
Our unique combination of cutting-edge facilities and equipment, with a nurturing, student-centered approach, creates a rich foundation for tomorrow’s leaders. If you are looking for a nurturing and stimulating environment for your child where he or she is encouraged to be respectful, yet inquisitive and hands-on, look to St. Robert School.
Enrollment & Admissions
If you are new to St. Robert and will have a student entering the elementary school, please click on the links provided below to print the enrollment forms required. If you have any questions, please call the Elementary office at (810) 659-2503.
Please use the following PDF resources to aid in enrollment at St. Robert Elementary School. You can also find other resources for the school on our Forms and Feedback page.
Student Dress Code
Please review the dress code with you child/children so that they are very clear as to what is and is not acceptable.
Check to see that they are in dress code clothes each day. If you have any questionable clothing, please keep receipts and bring it to the school office for confirmation before your child wears it. All students who are not in dress code will be given appropriate clothing from Angels Attic, and will be required to wear it that day.
If you have any questions please contact the school office at 810-659-2503.
Also note that Jeans Day, Casual Day, Spirit Wear, and Athletic Jersey Wear Days are explained in this update. Walking shorts may be worn from the beginning of the school year until October 31st and from April 15th until the end of the school year.
Parent Involvement Program (PIP)
The purpose of the PIP program is to encourage parent involvement in the variety of activities and events offered throughout the school year. The time and talent of every family is needed to support the school.
Each family must complete a minimum of 15 credits of school service per school year (March to March).
- Kindergarten Prep, Kindergarten and families new to St. Robert School must complete a minimum of seven (7) credits.
- Families with students in grades 1—8 must complete a minimum of 15 credits
If a family is unable or unwilling to complete their credits of service to the school, they will be assessed a fee at the time of registration for the upcoming school year.
- $140.00 (7-credit families)
- $300.00 (15-credit families)
Families that do not reach their 15-credit requirement by March 31st of the current school year will be charged $20 per missing service credit.
- Each individual must fill out a Service Credit Sheet (available online at strobertschool.com or the pamphlet rack in the school office). The event name, date and number of hours spent on the event must be included.
- Service Credit Sheets must be turned into the school office. The form must be filled out completely to receive credit. Parents are responsible for their own Service Credit Sheets.
- This form is cumulative and is kept by each family. It is to be turned in to the school office at least two weeks prior to the end of each marking period (quarter) so that the credits can be tabulated and added to each family’s PIP statement. PIP statements come home in the report card envelop for quarters 1,2, and 3.
- Service credit totals will be tallied from March of the current year to March of the following year for the current school year.
- Any credits not completed will be charged to the May tuition payment.
Scrip is a term that means “substitute money”. When you purchase scrip, you’re purchasing negotiable gift certificates and prepaid cards that are used just like cash. You can use scrip to purchase everyday expenses like food, clothing, and other essentials, and with every purchase, you earn revenue for our organization.
The Great Lakes Scrip Center acts on behalf of churches, schools and other non?profit organizations to purchase large amounts of scrip from grocery stores, department stores, and other retailers. Because the scrip is purchased with cash up front, the participating retailers offer a substantial discount. Our organization buys the scrip from Great Lakes Scrip Center at a discount, and re-sells the certificates to families like yours for full face value. The discount ? from two to fifteen percent or more – is our organization’s revenue.
Scrip is a popular fundraiser because families don’t have to sell anything. Organization members produce revenue by making regular household purchases they would make anyway. Groceries, clothing, toys, gifts, even gasoline can be purchased with scrip.