Tampa Catholic High School is known for its excellent academic and extracurricular programs. The school prides itself on the fact that its students feel prepared for whatever life may throw at them after high school.
“It’s just helped me develop a lot of people skills and helped me stay really organized,” senior Ariel Mathias said. “Being so busy makes me have to be on top of all my stuff, which has been really helpful and will probably be really helpful in the future.”
Busy is an understatement for Mathias. She the captain of the varsity volleyball team, members of Ambassadors, Student Ministry and the Senior Class Secretary. Mathias excels in the classroom as well, being in Advanced Placement and Honors courses.
Getting involved “allows them (students) to be successful in life in general because they’ve had experiences in groups …and are able to conduct themselves successfully in different environments,” Dean of Students Cheriese Edwards said.
Tampa Catholic truly offers its students exactly what they need to make them the best version of themselves and prepare them for the real world.