General Information:

School Hours -  8:00 to 3:00 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

                            8:00 to 2:15 each Wednesday

Lunches - Can be purchased or may bring in own lunch. All meals prepared by Catering By The Family, one of Tampa Bay's premiere catering companies.

Uniforms - Purchased through Risse Brothers.

Health Records - All students new to Tampa Catholic must have the State of Florida Immunization and School Health on file before they start their first day. Religious exemptions for immunizations are not accepted.


Quick Facts:

  • 1:1 iPad Program
  • Student Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1
  • Average class size: 21
  • Three academic programs: Advanced Placement (AP)/Dual Enrollment (DE)/Honors Program, The College Preparatory Program, and the Academic Assistance Program
  • 10 Honor Societies 
  • 17 Advanced Placement, 23 Honors courses, 9 Dual Enrollment Courses offered

  • 28 credits needed for graduation

  • Virtually 100% of graduates go on to a college or university

  • 30 Co-curricular Activities/Clubs

  • 30 sports teams

  • Over 65% of our faculty have attained masters degrees or higher

  • Tampa Catholic annually gives $500,000 in need-based tuition assistance

  • Tampa Catholic accepts the following State Funded Programs: Step Up For Students, Florida's Empowerment Scholarship Program, AAA, the McKay Scholarship, and the Gardiner Scholarship

  • 45% of last year’s graduating seniors earned a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

  • In the last two years our graduates were awarded approximately $20 million in scholarships

  • Christian Service Program provides community volunteer opportunities

  • Roman Catholic, co-educational, diocesan high school - Accredited by AdvancEd Worldwide

  • Member of the National Catholic Education Association

  • Tampa Catholic is influenced by the presence of the Congregation of Christian Brothers


Below are answers to some of the most asked questions about Tampa Catholic High School and the admissions process. Scroll down this page to find your specific area of interest. 

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