44 out of 10GreatSchools

Robey Elementary School

Indianapolis, IN
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 729

Overview

Robey Elementary School
8700 West 30th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46234
(317) 243-5712
Robey Elementary School is located in Indianapolis, IN and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
0%
Asian
1%
Two or more races
7%
Hispanic
10%
Black
30%
White
52%

Reviews6 Reviews

4.5
parent
Horrible. We have been dealing with bullies in this school and tried to work with the principal but we are not taken seriously
parent
I have had two boys at Robey. One in their accelerated Horizons program that is starting 7TH grade at CHC this year, and one continuing here in 2ND grade. My husband went here as a child, along with his mother, and a full host of family members. I have loved every year our boys have attended. The staff is amazing. They are kind, concerned, envolved, and always put each students safety and well being first. They are the last elementary school to keep the PTO basketball league going, which our oldest loved. My boys love Robey! They have excelled academically. They have been challenged. They have been taught by some of the best teachers I believe the state has to offer. We are definitely a proud Robey Rocket Family!
parent
There is a reason everyone wants their children to go to Robey! It is a wonderful school that is inclusive of all students. Academics and character building are equally important and I feel very blessed my children get to attend this great school!
parent
Ive had four children either go through Robey or are currently going through Robey. Both children who are now in high school have excelled because of Robey. In fact, their exact words were "you can tell who the Robey kids are" when referring to starting Junior High. My two youngest who are currently enrolled at Robey love their teachers and their friends. They are super involved not just in class work but are allowed the freedom to help around the school because of their grades. They both are in reading levels well beyond what is required and I think that is partly attributed to the time and effort spent by the teachers.
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