• think
  • create
  • be yourself
  • aspire to excellence
  • go beyond
  • think:
  • Where a rigorous grounding in skills and knowledge is just the beginning – where teachers and students share inquiry, reflection and analysis on the path to personal understanding.

  • create:
  • Where people celebrate the imagination in geometric proofs and formal essays, on canvas, computer and stage, in poetry readings and morning assemblies

  • be yourself:
  • Where people respect differences and can find their place in a diverse community. 

  • aspire to excellence:
  • Where students develop winning attitudes in academics, athletics and arts.

  • go beyond:
  • Where Florida Keys, North Carolina mountains, museums, concert halls and community service become classrooms that foster deeper understandings of one’s self, others and the world.

To kick off the holiday season, Upper School musicians showcased their talents during Thanksgiving Convocation prior to the Thanksgiving Break. The Women's Ensemble wowed the audience with their rendition of "I'm In Love With A Monster" complete with amazing vocals and impressive choreography. To follow the women, the Men's Ensemble performed a beautiful version of "All of Me." Sheriean Carroll interviewed students to find out what they are thankful for in a touching video titled "Give Thanks."
The Tampa Prep community was treated to an amazing weekend of performances by the "Jane Eyre" cast and crew. This beautifully written musical version of the beloved novel and play brought many audience members to tears with the outstanding songs and passion brought to each of the characters. This musical truly showcased the amazing vocal and theatrical talent of Upper School students as many actors were cast in multiple roles. Taylor Tveten was moving in her portrayal of Jane Eyre and showcased her poise and vocal talents beautifully. Tyler Hostler-Mathis as Rochester wowed the audience with his impressive stage presence and range of acting and vocal talent. Taylor and Tyler's presence on stage as Jane Eyre and Rochester was unmistakably special. Catie Clark played multiple roles beginning the musical as Jane's childhood friend Helen and ending as Rochester's violent insane wife. As Bertha Mason, Catie kept the audience members on the edge of their seats by the antics of her character and the impressive range of her vocals.
    • TueDec06 Picture Day (Make up) 8:30 AM to 1:30 PMRoom 3112
    • TueDec06 Bloodmobile 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    • TueDec06 NHS Fall Induction Ceremony 2:30 PM to 3:15 PMPeifer Library (3107)

More than just a college preparatory school...a preparation for life with a higher purpose than self

  • Tampa Preparatory School
  • Grades 6-12
  • tel 813 251 8481
  • 727 West Cass St, Tampa, FL, 33606
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