Our Mission: To educate and inspire all students to be good Christians and honest citizens. In the spirit of St. John Bosco, we will collaborate to create a caring and safe environment which allows each student to grow spiritually, academically, and socially.
The SPCHS Athletic Department's mission is to provide our student athletes with the opportunity to compete successfully in a high school athletic program that is an integral part of their educational experience while fostering personal integrity and good sportsmanship.
The mission of the performing arts department is to inspire and educate those students who want to express themselves through singing; dancing; acting; playing instruments and to share their talents in a loving and encouraging environment that will enable them to build confidence and showcase their gifts.
The mission of the visual arts department is to promote visual arts by expanding students’ knowledge of art and harnessing their creativity to improve their technique through challenging and enjoyable critical thinking and problem solving activities.
On Wednesday, we welcomed FBI Special Agent Carlos Colon to speak to Mr. Alatorre’s Psychology II class on Memory, Recall, and Information Storage! Students enjoyed applying course material to real life! Thank you, Special Agent Colon, for your visit!
Mrs. Burchfield and a group of students visited Brentwood senior facility for a special Valentines Ball! Dylan and Tony (seniors) sang some Frank Sinatra and the ladies danced with several of the residents. It was incredible to see them give of their Valentine's Day to bring joy and a little bit of the love of Jesus! So incredibly proud of them! But in truth, the seniors blessed our hearts more than we did theirs! #SPCServes#SPCFaith
Senior Kristen Russell was recognized in front our school community for her Honors Program scholarship to @saintleouniv valued at over $90,000! Kristen was announced as the scholarship recipient at the annual @diostpete Catholic Foundation Gala on February 3rd. Kristen is pictured with @bishopparkes and representatives from the St. Leo Honors Program and Admissions Office. Congratulations Kristen!
Come out and support Boys Soccer as they compete in Regionals! Gametime is 7pm at Carrollwood Day School in Tampa. Barons won runner-up in district play last weekend and look to continue their run tonight. Go Barons!
Future Baron Alejandro Felipe Lopez ‘22 was announced as the winner of the @saintleouniv Essay Competition at the @diostpete Catholic Foundation Gala last evening! Alejandro read his compelling essay and announced his decision to pursue his studies at @spchsbarons to a full house at the Hilton in downtown Tampa. He is pictured with Dr. Zepp, Director of Advancement at @spchsbarons. Alejandro is currently an 8th grader at Holy Family. Congratulations and welcome to @spchsbarons!
All smiles from senior Kristen Russell ‘18 and her parents, as Kristen was awarded a full four-year scholarship to @saintleouniv at the @diostpete Catholic Foundation Gala! We are so proud of you, Kristen!