Tampa Day School understands the need to promote student engagement and increase time on task. With this in mind we have been diligently working to purposefully implement the integration of TECHNOLOGY.
This month TDS honors Coach Edith Randolph. Coach, as the students call her, has been in the education field for many years and is a valued member of the TDS family. In her Health classes Coach guides students towards a healthy, wholesome and balanced lifestyle.
Tampa Day School works diligently guiding students to achieve by facilitating discussions and lessons about how to attain a growth mindset. Mrs. Delaney presents information to students and parents explaining the research regarding how a “growth” mindset can be developed and how effort and dedication are more predictive of success than intelligence and talent.
Tampa Day School has a passion for providing students with extracurricular activities. Our aftercare coordinators purposefully plan lessons that support the curriculum and ensure students are engaged after the regular school day. In addition TDS offers an array of clubs targeted at student interest and growth. Techno savvy students can explore making movies, creating their own apps or participate in Minecraft games. Creative students can make jewelry, ceramics, drawings and paintings. Students who enjoy physical activities can enroll in karate, fencing, soccer, cheer and tumbling clubs.
WHY CHOOSE TDS ?
- Customized Learning
- Specialized Education for Children with Learning Differences
- Proven Educational Approach
- A School Where Children Love to Learn
- Passionate Educators
- Strong Parental Community
JOIN US AT AN OPEN HOUSE
Come See How Tampa Day School
Understands, Honors, and Achieves With Passion!
Tours of our campus are being scheduled now! This is the time to see what Tampa Day School is all about.
To schedule a private tour, please email
Director of Admissions – Paula Pennington at:
or call Tampa Day School
What Students and Parents
Have To Say
Support for Learning Differences“Our daughter was diagnosed with a reading/spelling disability in the 6th grade. We knew we needed to intervene immediately, so we enrolled her at Tampa Day School and their specialized reading program…As a parent, it’s difficult to measure a child’s improvement, but this one thing I do know, our daughter started devouring books, which had never happened before.”
—Deborah D., Parent of a TDS Student
A Safe, Welcoming Environment“I’ve loved this school since the first day I came two years ago. Back then I was failing in math and history. I was welcomed with open arms by TDS staff and fellow students. I felt like I was home. I used to be bullied when I went to public school..Back there I had no friends but at Tampa Day School I had friends the first day.”
— Chris, 8th Grade Student