WE BELIEVE IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
A Special Report from the
Office of Catholic Schools and Centers
ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
WELCOME Dear Brothers and Sisters, The mission of Catholic Schools is to provide a faith-filled community where students can grow spiritually, academically, and socially. They reflect the richness, diversity and strength of our Catholic church. We have established a new governance model with the support of our Superintendent, Alberto Vázquez-Matos, to support all our Catholic The Most Reverend Robert N. Lynch schools. This new model will help ensure the continued success of Catholic education and will also enable us to open a new elementary school in Hillsborough County in 2014. I have great confidence in the leadership of our Superintendent and the future of our schools. I ask you to join me in prayer for God’s continued blessings on our school families and all those who minister to them. I remain, Sincerely yours in Christ, Most Reverend Robert N. Lynch Bishop of the Diocese of St. Petersburg
OUR VISION FOR THE FUTURE Dear Friends in Christ, Wonderful things are happening in the Diocese of St. Petersburg in the ministry of Catholic education.
Alberto Vázquez Matos, Superintendent of Schools and Centers
Over the last two years we have introduced different models of governance such as the Notre Dame ACE academies and diocesan elementary schools, while continuing to maintain parish schools. All are unique, but all have the same common mission, which is to provide a quality Catholic education with a Christ-centered foundation.
These new models of Catholic education also require higher standards, new programs, financial investment, and creative marketing. Please take a moment to read and see all the great and exciting achievements that are happening throughout our diocese and see why “We have Faith in Catholic Schools.” May the peace of Christ be with you!
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Alberto Vázquez Matos, Superintendent of Schools
SECONDARY SCHOOLS When a family chooses a Catholic high school in the Diocese of St. Petersburg, whether they are choosing Catholic education for the first time or continuing through the Catholic educational system, they are entering institutions of excellence where academics are securely rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ.
In our secondary schools, the belief remains that parents are the primary educators of their children, and that for successful student development to occur, the family and the school must partner closely together in the educational process. As part of the process, the four diocesan Catholic high schools offer a variety of academic programs and extracurricular experiences that develop the students academically, spiritually, socially, and physically to be productive citizens in the world. FAITH The mission of our Catholic high schools is rooted in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It is our faith that informs, justifies, and validates all that happens on our schools’ campuses.
“We thought sending our two teenagers to Tampa Catholic High School was out of the question. However with the financial help we received from the many tuition assistance options that are available, our children are now attending TC. We urge all parents to look into these options and see how you can make a Catholic education a reality for your children.”
From the moment that our students set foot on campus, everything they are taught and experience prepares them to be successful by living out the Christian lifestyle in all that they do, whether praying, studying, or playing. The faith, the sacraments, and service to mankind build the foundation upon which the formation of our students as good Christians and honest citizens is realized. While being Catholic is not a requirement to attend our Catholic high schools, each of our students is formed in the mission rooted in the example of Christ and espousing the values He calls each of us to live in our daily lives. Academics Each of our Catholic high schools provides an educational rigor that is endorsed by various accreditation agencies including AdvancEd, International Baccalaureate, and several others. The rigorous programs offered in our high schools provide quality college preparation that result in student success in both higher education and in future careers. More than 99% of our high schools’ graduates go on to college or university where they thrive academically on their way to successful
“When I was in ninth grade I was afraid to give a speech in class. Now, thanks to my teachers at Clearwater Central Catholic High School, I am on the debate team and for the last two years I’ve been involved with our model UN.” 2
SECONDARY SCHOOLS and fulfilling careers. Students have the opportunity to get a head start in post-secondary education by earning significant college credit in Advanced Placement, dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate programs.
From the creative arts to medical programs supported by the local medical community, our high schools provide diverse programming that not only interests our students but also provides the strong foundation that enables and sustains future achievement and success. Athletics As members of the Florida High School Athletic Association, the Catholic high schools of the Diocese of St. Petersburg offer robust and competitive athletic programs to their student athletes. Believing in the development of the body as well as the mind, our schools seek to instill in our student athletes the value of an active lifestyle while at the same time developing the character traits, attitudes, and skills that lead to success in competition and in every aspect of life.
â€œI am very blessed and fortunate to attend St. Petersburg Catholic High School. SPC is more than just a place where I go to learn; it is a home where I am part of a Salesian family. It is a school where my fellow classmates and I can learn, play, and pray together. What I learn at St. Petersburg Catholic, both academically and spiritually, will forever be a part of my life.â€? 3
Students athletes are held to high academic standards. Our students develop as players and as scholars, meeting and exceeding the rigorous demand to be successful on the field while at the same time excelling in the classroom. Our programs strive for success on and off the playing field, yet success is not measured merely by wins and losses. Rather, the measure of success begins with how our student athletes play the game. Character development is also an important part of the formation of our student athletes, and our athletic programs reinforce the importance of good sportsmanship and the role that our athletes play in serving as examples of good Christian men and women in conduct and competition. The ability to see oneself as a member of a team, as part of a community, and to work together for the success of all is integral to our programs. Success is also measured by the personal development of our student athletes and their ability to apply the lessons, skills, and attitudes learned on the field to their lives off the field. What happens on the field or on the court is a game. The high standards of our athletic programs ensures our students recognize that their lives, both worldly and eternal, are what is most important.
“SPCHS isn’t just my school, it’s my home and my family. You grow connections with your classmates and teachers, and this is how the school makes a person feel so welcome and loved.” 4
SECONDARY SCHOOLS Student Activities Our Catholic high schools embrace a whole-child approach to education and emphasize the spiritual, academic, and social development of our students.
Toward that end, our schools each provide comprehensive student activity programs that provide valuable experiences for our students outside of the classroom. Membership and participation in various clubs and organizations enable our students to become well-rounded individuals. Student activities provide our students not only with exposure to diverse interests and experiences, but also with continued character and leadership formation that leads to success in careers and life beyond the high school years.
â€œGoing to Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School for the past two years has really brought out who I truly am. I have not only felt God strengthening my heart, but have seen Him working through the faculty, staff, and my fellow classmates ... I feel capable to leave here in two years with the abilities to face the world and succeed in all that I do.â€? 5
Our Catholic elementary schools build on a legacy of success, faith and excellence. Their mission involves much more than imparting information. It is about parents and educators working together to shape and transform the lives of young people. Catholic schools in our diocese assure parents that their children’s lives will be enriched by an incarnational vision beyond the here and now, a living faith that informs all aspects of life and a deep and abiding commitment to social justice and the service to others. Our educational programs in grades K-8 further ensure that our students have the necessary academic and practical tools for problem-solving to lay the allimportant foundation to meet the future challenges of a competitive world arena. All this is done in a nurturing, safe, and secure environment. While the Church has always recognized parents as having the primary responsibility of passing on the faith from generation to generation, the Church has also aided parents in this most important endeavor. In this respect, Catholic schools are vital contributors to the total formation of children in the faith. In this partnership, the most essential aspects of the formation of children are addressed. Parents in our elementary schools throughout the diocese echo their belief in the mission of Catholic schools and their trust in the schools’ ability to nurture faith and build competent thinkers and problem solvers. Furthermore, parents “After teaching in public schools for over 10 years, I felt in my heart that I wanted to share my faith with the children I share my days with. My prayers were answered when I was offered a position at St. John’s. I knew immediately I was exactly where God planned. It is such a privilege to witness the educational and spiritual growth in my students. My own faith and my relationship with Christ grows more each day as He guides me in educating my students. I have never felt so fulfilled in my teaching career.”
– Anna Rutowicz, 1st Grade Teacher 6
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS recognize the vital contribution of our Catholic elementary schools in the total formation of children.
At the most basic level, parents choose this partnership because they believe in the strength of Catholic education to bring children to reach their full potential as persons made in the image of God. In a world where values and beliefs are constantly challenged, Catholic schools stand as beacons for what is right and good and holy. Catholic schools in the St. Petersburg diocese continue to do what we learned from the Declaration on Catholic Education: “order the whole human culture to the news of salvation so that the knowledge the students gradually acquire is illuminated by faith.” (GRAVISSIMUM EDUCATIONIS 8:25) In our early childhood centers, in our special education schools as well as in our elementary and secondary schools, we do indeed “order the whole” so that everything points to God. If you peeked in at an assembly at Pope John Paul II School in Citrus County or sat in a classroom at Bishop Larkin School in Pasco County or visited a service site with students of Corpus Christi Catholic School in Hillsborough County or
“Catholic education supports the values we teach at home. We have watched our boys grow spiritually, academically, and emotionally. They are making lasting friendships with children whose families share the same ideals and beliefs. They understand the importance of helping others and working to make our world a better place.” 7
attended Mass with the student body of Blessed Sacrament School in Pinellas County, you would experience a faith that is lived, living and life-giving. In concert with the Christ-centered education of our students, is the academic experience which focuses on providing a superior foundation in core academic disciplines. Many of the schools within the Diocese of St. Petersburg partner with several organizations that result in local, national, and even international recognition. Schools have made local partnerships with the Patel Conservatory, the Paul Effman Music Company, and the International Thespian Society Junior Thespian Troupes. These programs provide for in depth experiences in drama, dance, music, brass and string instruments and provide opportunities for students to expand their artistic talents. Two schools have been recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools, based on the merits of the students’ ability to perform at exceptionally high levels in academic achievement. Many of our schools also participate in the National Junior Honor Society and the Duke TIP program which recognition is given to students that perform at exceptional academic levels. Additionally, a few of our schools have become International Baccalaureate World Schools or are seeking candidacy with the International Baccalaureate for the Middle Years Programme. The IB program works in parallel with the Catholic philosophy of providing a holistic education to each student, service to others, and love for all people. In 2008, during an apostolic visit to America, His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, in his address said, “First and foremost every Catholic educational institution is a place to encounter the living God who in Jesus Christ reveals his transforming love and truth (cf. Spe Salvi, 4).” Indeed, the centers and schools of the Diocese of St. Petersburg are places where our students encounter the living God! 8
EARLy CHILDHOOD CENTERS
Our quality, faith-based early childhood programs offer families safe and secure environments. The children in our programs experience a variety of developmentally appropriate activities and are encouraged to be actively involved in the learning process. At the same time, they are also encouraged to pursue their own interests as members of a Catholic community and God’s world. Believing families are the first and primary educators of their children, our Catholic Early Childhood Centers seek out, and value family involvement as an integral part of our preschool programs. Knowledge of the families we serve allows us to adapt our program, environment, curriculum, and teaching methods. To ensure the best experience possible for the children in our care, our teachers communicate directly with each student’s family to learn about the student’s individual needs that will help us achieve a smooth transition between home and school. All students are involved in an integrated religious education program. We build on Christian values, while exploring other cultures as well. The early childhood curriculums are aligned with the Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards, birth to five years of age. The daily schedule
“We are so grateful for the time our children have spent at SJECC. They remember grace before meals and ask us to pray with them before they go to sleep at night. We are so happy that they have a pre-school foundation based in our Catholic faith. Thank you so much for being such an important part in helping us shape the lives of our two girls.” 9
EARLy CHILDHOOD CENTERS
is planned to balance activities including indoor-outdoor, quiet-active, small group-large group, large muscle-small muscle, child initiated-teacher initiated. These activities are selected to foster a positive self-concept, develop social skills, encourage the development of language, physical skills and creative expression, and to enhance sound health, safety, and nutritional practices. Developmental milestones are assessed as the children progress through the program. Kindergarten readiness skills are an ongoing part of our curriculum. Our ECCs meet or exceed expectations set forth by the numerous agencies that monitor preschool programs. We also offer the State of Florida’s free Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program (VPK) for children who turn four years old by September 1. A number of our Catholic centers have sought and maintained national accreditations to ensure an even higher standard of care for the children and families we serve. With these measures in place, families are confident that qualified, consistent, faith-filled educators interact with their most precious gifts – their children.
“I have always felt involved and comfortable with SJECC. After being nervous sending our children off to school for the 1st time, I have no regrets. They also allowed me to visit the school at any time.” 10
SPECIAL EDUCATION The Morning Star Catholic Schools are Diocesan schools offering a full academic program from elementary to junior high for students with learning disabilities and related learning difficulties.
Our special education instructors and dedicated staff work as a team with parents. The goal: to help each child develop as a whole person academically, spiritually, socially, emotionally and physically in a caring Catholic environment. The result: children learn how to build upon their strengths and discover ways to compensate for their learning challenges.
The Students of Morning Star:
• Come from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.
• Acquire the skills and values they need to become happy, productive, well-rounded members of our community. • Develop a readiness for continued growth, a commitment to service and a desire to share God’s love with others.
“As a result of Jackie’s years at Morning Star, she has grown into a beautiful young woman. She has overcome so many obstacles thanks to Morning Star. Doctors told me years ago she would not catch a ball, ride a bike, swim, and possibly not hold a job. Well, she graduated from high school in 2011 with a regular diploma, not a special certificate ... all thanks to Morning Star!” 11
Morning Star’s approach includes a talented teaching team. Our small classes of 8-12 students provide the learning environment needed by our special needs students to give them a successful educational experience. Morning Stars’ students experience the love of a dedicated group of community service partners who provide the children with on-site speech therapy, occupational therapy, and tutoring assistance. Parents and caregivers love being a part of the Morning Star family. Many will tell you that their children “blossom” while attending Morning Star, and they appreciate the many opportunities their children are given to experience success through academics, student council, electives, sports, the children’s choir, community service and religious activities. Morning Star Schools serve families from Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas counties. Morning Star participates in both the McKay and Step Up For Students scholarship programs. Each student’s uniqueness is valued and celebrated. The children in our care learn how to build upon their strengths and discover ways to compensate for their learning challenges. “We are so blessed and thankful for Morning Star School in assisting and taking time to let Andrew shine and be successful as well as accept and productively deal with his learning differences... Andrew is just blossoming and handling his classes, homework, projects, as well as participating in so many extra curricular activities ... He is growing into such a nice young man ... Thank you again for all you and Morning Star School staff and teachers have done for us and Andrew.” 12
Our OURSchools PROGRAMS and Centers
DID YOU KNOW?
• 1 in 10 Catholic teens attends a Catholic school. (USCatholic.org) • In 2010, 55.8 million children attended public schools; 5.8 million children
attended private schools, with 2.1 million in Catholic schools. (NCEA)
• The student/teacher ratio in Catholic schools is 14:1.(NCEA) • 99% of students who attend Catholic high school graduate. Of those,
88% attend 4-year colleges. (NCEA)
• Currently, 6 of the 9 Supreme Court Justices went to Catholic school. (Boston.com) • The minority population accounts for 30% of the Catholic school
population (13% Latino; 8% Black/African American; 6% Asian American;
4% Multiracial). (NCEA)
• 15% of Catholic school students are not Catholic. (NCEA) • The mean cost per pupil at Catholic schools is $5,436; the national per
pupil average is $10,792. (NCEA)
• Catholic schools save the State of Florida $467 million and nationally
more than $20.5 billion annually.
• Catholic schools represent the largest non-government school system in
Providing a superior quality education that is rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ is the focus of all of our Catholic schools and centers. The Diocese of St. Petersburg has faith in the future of our students and our schools.
(NCEA = National Center for Education Statistics)
DID YOU KNOW?
Our Schools and Centers
Scholarships 2012-2013 The diocese and its strategic Catholic Assistance, $2,532,071.00
partners were able to provide more than $7.4 million dollars in Step Up for Students, $3,853,800.00
tuition assistance to our students in 2012 including $1.1 million in direct student scholarships. Step Up for Students
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT 2012-2013
Students from the Diocese of
range of ethnic and religious
St. Petersburg come from a wide
backgrounds. This multicultural
demographic enhances the
learning experiences through discovery and comparison of other cultures and backgrounds.
OUR CORE BELIEFS
Catholic schools have the philosophy that parents are the primary educators of faith for their children. In this tradition, our schools look to partner with parents to extend the learning of their faith. This extension happens in a variety of ways. First, the students’ education in the faith extends to all aspects of their daily school life where Christ and his teachings are interwoven into every aspect of the learning environment. Secondly, they experience their faith through regular participation in school and parish-based religious events. These include regular participation in school liturgies, prayer services, reconciliation services, adoration, and community gatherings. Finally, students learn about their faith in a classroom setting that includes lessons, activities, projects, quizzes and tests.
The knowledge of students’ faith is measured through the ACRE (Assessment of Catechesis/Religious Education) – in the 5th, 8th, and 11th grades. This nationally recognized standards-based assessment evaluates the students’ understanding of the four pillars of the Catholic faith – Creed, Liturgy/Sacraments, Morality, and Prayer. The students of the Diocese of St. Petersburg consistently ACRE Composite out perform above the 100 national average at 90 80 86 85 all levels on the ACRE 84 81 80 70 81 79 78 78 76 76 75 75 74 77 74 60 69 69 68 68 68 68 67 63 Assessment. Additionally, 50 40 the students’ attitudes 30 20 10 towards their beliefs and 0 spirituality are assessed to assist the school in enhancing the Catholic environment that fosters Grade 11 Grade 8 Grade 5 holistic faith formation. 15
OUR CORE BELIEFS
Iowa Assessments Choosing a Catholic education is a decision that will last a lifetime. Not only are our students immersed in a system of education that is rooted in the teachings of Christ, but they receive a superior academic experience that develops the whole child. Our schools work diligently to ensure that the best educational practices are employed in our schools. Teachers participate in professional development opportunities to consistently expand their teaching skills to allow them to enhance their curricular offerings. Additionally, the schools have begun the implementation of the Common Core State Standards which focus on critical thinking, knowledge, and real world skills to ensure our studentsâ€™ success in college and the world beyond. These standards are implemented within the culture and context of a Catholic school. Students in our Catholic schools consistently perform above the national average at all levels on the Iowa Assessment, a nationally recognized norm-referenced standardized assessment. By the time students are in the 8th grade, they are scoring about three years above their grade level on average in English language arts and mathematics. Iowa Assessments Grade Level Equivalencies
OUR CORE BELIEFS
ACT and SAT Scores Catholic high schools of the Diocese of St. Petersburg believe in a philosophy of rigor in their educational practices. This rigor holds the students to a high standard of education. In this environment students excel in their academics and build an excellent foundation for College and the future. Students in the high schools take either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the ACT Test as they prepare for college. These nationally recognized college entrance exams reflect how our students compare to others in the nation. The SAT exam tests students in the subjects of math, critical reading and writing and compares these results with all other students in the nation. Students in the Diocese of St. Petersburg consistently out perform above their peers nationally. The ACT Test assesses high school studentsâ€™ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The subjects assessed are English, mathematics, social science, and science. Again, students in the Diocese of St. Petersburg consistently perform significantly above their peers nationally. 17
Our Schools and Centers
SPECIAL EDUCATION AND EARLY CHILDHOOD 1
Morning Star Catholic School 4661 80th Avenue North Pinellas Park, FL 33781-2426 (727) 544-6036 Morning Star Catholic School 210 East Linebaugh Avenue Tampa, FL 33612-7423 (813) 935-0232 Holy Family Early Childhood Center 250 78th Avenue NE St. Petersburg, FL 33702-4416 (727) 525-8489 Immaculate Conception Early Childhood Center 2100 26th Avenue South St. Petersburg, FL 33712-3549 (727) 822-2156 Light of Christ Early Childhood Center 2176 Marilyn Street Clearwater, FL 33765 (727) 442-4797 Mary’s House 2348 Collier Parkway Land O’Lakes, FL 34639 (813) 948-5999 Resurrection Early Childhood Center 6819 Krycul Avenue Riverview, FL 33569 (813) 672-0077
Sacred Heart Early Childhood Center 32245 St. Joe Road Dade City, FL 33525-7405 (352) 588-4060
St. Clement Early Childhood Center 1104 North Alexander Street Plant City, FL 33563 (813) 754-1237 St. Ignatius Early Childhood Center
725 East Orange Street Tarpon Springs, FL 34689-1306 (727) 937-5427
St. Jerome Early Childhood Center 10895 Hamlin Boulevard Largo, FL 33774-5051 (727) 596-9491
St. Luke Early Childhood Center 2757 Alderman Road Palm Harbor, FL 34684-1702 (727) 787-2914
St. Paul’s Childrens’ Center 1800 - 12th Street No. St. Petersburg, FL 33704 (727) 822-3481
St. Paul Child Enrichment Center 12708 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33618-2802 (813) 264-3314
St. Thomas Aquinas Early Childhood Center 8320 Old County Road 54 New Port Richey, FL 34653-6415 (727) 376-2330
St. Timothy Early Childhood Center 17512 Lakeshore Road Lutz, FL 33558 (813) 960-4857
Transfiguration Early Childhood Center 4000 43rd Street North St. Petersburg, FL 33714 (727) 527-2880
Our Schools and Centers
KINDERGARTEN - 8TH AND HIGh SCHOOLS 1
Christ the King Catholic School 3809 Morrison Avenue Tampa, FL 33629-4496 (813) 876-8770
Sacred Heart Catholic School 7951 46th Way North Pinellas Park, FL 33781-2443 (727) 544-1106
St. Lawrence Catholic School 5223 North Himes Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 (813) 879-5090
Academy of the Holy Names Elementary School 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, FL 33629-8899 (813) 839-5371
Pope John Paul II Catholic School 4341 West Homosassa Trail Lecanto, FL 34461-9106 (352) 746-2020
Notre Dame Catholic School 1095 Commercial Way Spring Hill, FL 34606 (352) 683-0755
Holy Family Catholic School 250 78th Avenue NE St. Petersburg, FL 33702-4416 (727) 526-8194
Espiritu Santo Catholic School 2405A Philippe Parkway Safety Harbor, FL 34695-2047 (727) 812-4650
Bishop Larkin Catholic School 8408 Monarch Drive Port Richey, FL 34668 (727) 862-6981
St. Raphael Catholic School 1376 Snell Isle Boulevard Northeast St. Petersburg, FL 33704-2427 (727) 821-9663
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School 730 San Salvador Drive Dunedin, FL 34698-3416 (727) 733-3776
Nativity Catholic School 705 East Brandon Boulevard Brandon, FL 33511-5441 (813) 689-3395
St. Paul Catholic School 1900 12th Street North St. Petersburg, FL 33704-4098 (727) 823-6144
St. Stephen Catholic School 10424 Saint Stephen Circle Riverview, FL 33569 (813) 741-9203
St. Anthony Catholic School 32902 Saint Anthony Way San Antonio, FL 33576-0847 (352) 588-3041
St. John Vianney Catholic School 500 84th Avenue St. Pete Beach, FL 33706-1517 (727) 360-1113
Jesuit High School 4701 North Himes Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 (813) 877-5344
Cathedral School of St. Jude 600 58th Street North St. Petersburg, FL 33710-7121 (727) 347-8622
Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School 13651 Hays Road Spring Hill, FL 34610 (727) 857-2600
St. Joseph Catholic School 2200 North Gomez Avenue Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 879-7720
Villa Madonna Catholic School 315 West Columbus Drive Tampa, FL 33602-1326 (813) 229-1322
St. Peter Claver Catholic School 1401 Governor Street Tampa, FL 33602-2817 (813) 224-0865
St. Cecelia Catholic School 1350 Court Street Clearwater, FL 33756-7003 (727) 461-1200
Tampa Catholic High School 4630 North Rome Avenue Tampa, FL 33603-2899 (813) 870-0860
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School 302 East Linebaugh Avenue Tampa, FL 33612-7497 (813) 933-4750
Guardian Angels Catholic School 2270 Evans Road Clearwater, FL 33763-1060 (727) 799-6724
Academy of the Holy Names High School 3319 Bayshore Boulevard Tampa, FL 33629-8899 (813) 839-5371
Incarnation Catholic School 5111 Webb Road Tampa, FL 33615-4556 (813) 884-4502
St. Patrick Catholic School 1501 Trotter Road Largo, FL 33770-4366 (727) 581-4865
St. Petersburg Catholic High School 6333 9th Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33710-6290 (727) 344-4065
Corpus Christi Catholic School 9715 North 56th Street Temple Terrace, FL 33617-5507 (813) 988-1722
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School 11501 66th Avenue North Seminole, FL 33772-6197 (727) 391-4060
Clearwater Central Catholic High School 2750 Haines Bayshore Road Clearwater, FL 33760-1499 (727) 531-1449
WE BELIEVE IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
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ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA