St. Robert's School is a higher secondary school for boys, which is situated in the green milieu of Darjeeling Hill Station, West Bengal, India. It is run by missionaries and is funded by the government.
St. Robert's School opened in February 1934 in Halcyon House, Darjeeling. It was successor to St. Francis Xavier's Middle English, started by Rev. Fr. Charles Grant in 1914, on the grounds of Archbishop's House. The name of the school has been kept under the name of great scholar of 15th Century, Saint Robert Bellarmine.
The school is affiliated with the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education. It has classes from 5 to 12 with sub division in class 11 i.e. Science and Arts.
Address (Unnamed Road), Darjeeling, India
Coordinates 27°2'46.689" N 88°15'56.871" E