Support for Learning Differences

A Tampa Day School educator is teaching a class.
Tampa Day School aims to provide a small class-size learning experience.

“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 Middle School Educator teaches an English Class
Middle School students engaged in Language Arts.

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

Inspiring Confidence

Students socializing during break time.
Tampa Day School students grow socially and academically.

“…Our daughter has grown academically and socially. More importantly, her confidence has increased by leaps and bounds. Our daughter no longer hesitates to raise her hand and participate in class.”
– Parent of a 4th Grade Student

2 Middle School Students at the End-Of-The-Year Awards Ceremony
Students celebrate at the End-of-The-Year Awards Ceremony.

A Foundation for the Future

“We have been so amazingly blessed that our son has been here for the past six years. I could not have given him a stronger, more solid base upon which to build his future.”
– Parent of a 5th Grade Student

Success Beyond our School

“Jennifer is graduating in a few weeks. Something that was hard to conceive 5 years ago. A big turning point in Jen’s academic and social life was when she enrolled at Tampa Day School…we credit your great guidance and your great teachers with putting Jen back on the right track.”
– David and Monica, Parents of a TDS Alumna

Encouraging Focus

“TDS is able to focus on your weak points and give you what you need to succeed in life. It wasn’t distracting and it was easy to pay attention. I remember having fun. It was sort of like a little family.”
– TDS Alumnus

Middle Division Students form lasting friendships, shown here at the annual awards ceremony.
Students celebrate their successes at the annual awards ceremony.

A Second Home

“It was like having a family in and out of school. I felt at home, and it’s been great getting the one-on-one help.”
– Roberto, 8th Grade Student

Lower Elementary teacher reads book to small class.
A teacher reads a story as students listen in the Lower Elementary Division.

Small Class Sizes

“I have been going here for five years. I like the small class size, and I like the people that I go to class with. It has been great going here and you guys help me so much and I am sad to leave.”
– Allison, 8th Grade Student

Teacher waves as new school prep begins
TDS Lower Elementary educator prepares for another new school year.

Experienced Teachers

“I couldn’t have asked for better teachers. They go over the subjects we are working on continuously to make sure we understand it instead of going over the lesson once and giving a test on it on Friday.”
– Mitchell, 8th Grade Student

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