James W. Robinson, Jr. Secondary School is a six-year public school in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Known as Robinson Secondary School, it is located in Fairfax, a suburb southwest of Washington, D.C.Opened in 1971, Robinson is located south of Braddock Road near George Mason University, and is administered by the Fairfax County Public Schools. It offers the International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programs, and has approximately 4,000 students in grades 7–12, currently the biggest school in Virginia. Robinson's school colors are Royal blue and gold and the school mascot is a ram.HistoryRobinson was named after Medal of Honor recipient James W. Robinson, Jr., the first resident of Virginia to be awarded the medal during the Vietnam War. Sergeant Robinson, age 25, was fatally wounded under heroic circumstances in South Vietnam in April 1966, while serving in the infantry in the U.S. Army.
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