What type of school is Tampa Day School?

Tampa Day School is a private, college prep school accredited through FCIS & SACS

What is the profile of the Tampa Day School student?

Our school is designed to serve children with average to above average cognitive abilities without major behavior disorders or significant communication disorders.

What types of children does Tampa Day School best serve?

The types of children we best serve are:

  • Students with mild learning disabilities including Dyslexia
  • Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hyperactivity
  • Students experiencing stress or anxiety in traditional classrooms
  • Students struggling with low self-esteem or underachievement

What grades do you serve?

We serve Grades 3-8.

How many students are enrolled at Tampa Day School?

Our average is 150 students.

What are your school hours?

3rd-8th Grade: 8:25am-3:15pm (includes required Homework LabSchool Vans depart the campus at 3:45pm

8:25am-2:35pm (all students)

What is the average class size?

Our maximum class size is a 1-to-12 teacher-to-student ratio.

Do you offer before and after school care?

We offer before care at 7:30am and aftercare from 3:45-6:00pm (for a fee)

Do you have after school extracurricular activities?

Homework Lab is from 2:35-3:15pm

Clubs are offered after Homework Lab from 4:00-5:00pm

Aftercare Program is offered from 3:45-6pm

Before Care, Homework Lab, Clubs and After Care incur separate fees

What are the credentials of your teachers?

We realize that experienced, highly trained teachers are the foundation of a strong educational program and therefore have established a rigorous hiring process for faculty. For consideration for our program, teachers much have three or more years of classroom experience, have experience work with student with various learning styles, demonstrate strong classroom management practices, exhibit a high level of enthusiasm for their subject and have an up-to-date working knowledge of best practices in teaching, display active ongoing professional development/affiliation with professional associations, and demonstrate passion for teaching. Our program is structured to support weekly team collaboration, consultation with a variety of support service professionals, ongoing professional development, review and adoption of research-based curriculum and instruction.

As a result of the supportive, professional learning community, teachers experience a high level of collegiality, effectively improve student outcomes, and express a high level of job satisfaction. We attract and retain excellent teachers who thrive on the challenge of making sure that each and every student makes gains and success in school.

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Middle Division Teacher poses with student for National Junior Honor Society