Summer Program Policies
ABSENCES and TARDIES
No student may be absent more than two days and still receive full credit for an academic course. No student may be absent more than one day and still receive half credit for an academic course. Tardy policy: Students will be allowed four tardies. Points will be deducted from their grade for each tardy after that. This includes when students return from class breaks.
All parents are asked to pick up their children promptly during the summer session. Supervision is not provided and Tampa Prep cannot be responsible for students who are left unattended at the school.
Students will need an iPad for academic courses. Necessary resource materials will be announced in each class and will be the responsibility of the student.
Written evaluations will be provided by each instructor for all class work and grades will be granted for all credit courses, provided the student fulfills the course requirements and expectations. Grades and course comments will be forwarded to you at the completion of each “semester.” Non-Tampa Prep students must make arrangements with their current schools if they wish to transfer credit. All non-Tampa Prep students must submit their most recent transcripts with the registration form.
Dress during the summer session is casual. Jeans, shorts and T-shirts are permitted, as long as they are presentable and in good taste. While it is summer, students need to remember that Tampa Preparatory School conducts business all summer long.
All courses are subject to a minimum enrollment. Dates and times are subject to change. You will be notified of any change or cancellation to a course/camp to which your child is registered. Otherwise, please check the website at www.tampaprep.org/summer periodically for the most current information or contact the Director of Summer Programs.
No food or drink other than water is allowed inside any of the buildings.
Payment is due with your registration form. A place will not be held for your student until all paperwork has been received. Acceptable methods of payment include eCheck or credit card.
Parents who wish to withdraw a student from a course or camp after May 15, 2017 will be assessed a 20% withdrawal fee.
NO refunds will be given after June 1, 2017. Requests for tuition reimbursements should be directed to the Director of Summer Programs, Tammy Honegger at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 813-251-8481 ext. 4009.