Robertsdale High School

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Robertsdale High School
1 Golden Bear Drive
Robertsdale, Alabama
United States
Coordinates 30°32′26″N 87°42′22″W / 30.54056°N 87.70611°W / 30.54056; -87.70611Coordinates: 30°32′26″N 87°42′22″W / 30.54056°N 87.70611°W / 30.54056; -87.70611
School type Public high school
School district Baldwin County Public Schools
Principal Joseph Roh
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,348[citation needed]
Color(s) Maroon and Gold          
Mascot Golden Bears

Robertsdale High School is a high school located in Robertsdale, Alabama and it is a part of the Baldwin County Public Schools System. The current principal as of May 17 is Joseph Roh who took over after the former principal Doctor Ross resigned.[1]


"Joltin Joe" Childress, Auburn Football Fullback, St. Louis Cardinal player and Houston Oilers coach.


Robertsdale high school hosts many types of sports. This includes football, basketball (Male and Female), soccer (male and female) baseball, golf, swimming, track, cross country, tennis, softball and volleyball (Female only).

Fine Arts[edit]

Robertsdale also offers fine arts which include, Art, Dance Team, Band, and chorus.

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