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Frequently Asked Questions
Listed below are some common questions about Tampa Catholic. We will be pleased to provide additional information to you. Please contact Mrs. Copestick via the contact on this page, or call (813) 870-0860 #232.
What are the hours of the school day?
The school day begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. Tutorial time is held each day from the dismissal bell until 3:30 p.m. Teachers are available during this tutorial period for additional help for any student in need.
Is there a dress requirement?
All Tampa Catholic High School students are required to wear uniforms that consist of monogrammed khaki pants or shorts and a Tampa Catholic green shirt. These are purchased from the official uniform company, Risse Brothers.
Is transportation provided?
Tampa Catholic does not offer private bus transportation. However, many of our parents participate in car pools. The Enrollment Office makes available car pool lists by zip code for interested families.
Is lunch provided on campus?
A catering service offers both hot and cold lunches in addition to a variety of á la carte items and a salad bar. Students can also bring their own lunches and eat in the cafeteria or in the adjoining picnic area.
What types of co-curricular programs are offered?
Tampa Catholic recognized the importance of co-curricular activities in a well-rounded high school program. Each student is encouraged to discover and develop his or her own particular abilities through athletic teams, civic clubs, special-interest clubs, and honor organizations. There are over 20 athletic teams, 9 honor societies, over 20 service, religious, and special interest clubs, various publication staffs, and an active student government organization. For more information, visit our student activities pages.
- Key dates for the 2014-2015 School Year
- Admissions & Application Information
- 2014-2015 Student Handbook - PDF
- Parent/Student iPad Contract 2014-15 PDF
- TC Graphic Standards Manual - PDF
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- Transcript Request Alumni - 2014 Graduate transcripts have been sent to requested College/University