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Installation Overview --Robins Air Force Base, Georgia


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Installation Overview --Robins Air Force Base, Georgia

Preston Salazar, Robins Elementary 5th grade student, puts his head in the mouth of the Great White Shark displayed in the hallway.

Photo courtesy U. S. Air Force; photo by: Sue Sapp
Robins AFB is home to one DDESS school, Robins AFB Elementary School.

Student registration takes place during school hours and during the summer months from 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. during the work week. Registration Information for Robins Elementary School can be found by contacting the School Office at 478-926-5003.

For Children to be eligible to attend Robins Elementary School, they must: Reside on Federal Property (there are two exceptions to this: When a member of the Armed Forces is transferred or retires and the member's family moves after the start of theschool year from on-base housing and when a member of the Armed Forces is assigned to an installation on which there is a DDESS School and is assigned on-base family housing that is expected to be available for occupancy and to be occupied within 90 days from the reporting date, the member's children may be permitted to attend the school while residing in an area adjacent to such Federal property) and meet the age requirements. In addition, a Georgia Department of Human Resources Certificate of Ear, Eye and Dental Examination is required for all new enrollees. Both forms may be obtained at the Base Medical Clinic. A reasonable amount of time will be permitted for the two forms to be turned in to the school. No extension will be granted beyond 30 days. Students enrolling in Robins Elementary School who have previously attended another school should present a record of scholastic progress and attendance.

For more information on public and private schools, contact the Information and Referral Specialist at the Airman and Family Readiness Center, by calling 478-926-1256 or DSN 312-468-1256.

The Houston County After School Program provides quality supervision for children enrolled in Pre-k through fifth grade until 6:00 p.m. each day that school is in session.

Students residing in the Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF) will attend the following Houston County public schools: Grades Pre-K through 5: Linwood Elementary School, Grades 6 through 8: Northside Middle School and Grades 9 through 12: Northside High School. Bus service for students attending their home schools is provided from bus stops at specific locations.

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