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.
YOU MUST WATCH THIS VIDEO UNTIL THE END...(amazing!)
This week we want to recognize how thankful we are for all the teachers who make a difference in student's lives everyday. Hear what our Fine Arts Teacher, Mrs. Wendy…
Posted on: November 22, 2017
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Congratulations to Baron alumnus, Ryan Green ‘13, for his three touchdown performance on Senior Day for @fsufootball! We are proud of you Ryan! Read more @tomahawknationhttps://www.tomahawknation.com/florida-state-football-fsu-noles/2017/11/18/16674136/fsu-ryan-green-senior-day-florida-state-bowl-game-win-rushing-touchdown (Photo: Glenn Beil-USA Today)
Most Enthusiastic then, how about now? Can the Class of 2004 win the Spirit Award for most donations? Currently, Class of 1971 leads with 6 donations!
We are asking our alumni to donate $60 to support SPC's continuing legacy! You can donate here: http://bit.ly/SPC60for60
Baron alumnus and Head Basketball Coach Dave Lopez ‘01 lead the @stpetepd to a WIN in a friendly hoagie making competition this morning at the new Wawa, our new neighbors on 9th Avenue North! Great job Coach!
Yesterday, @academyprepstpete 7th graders took their first step in becoming a Baron at our Baron For A Day experience! At the end of the day, they were able to take part in prayer with Fr. Anthony in our school chapel.
Some of our Vocal Ensemble group traveled with Fr. Anthony to @itsmyspiritfm, the @diostpete Catholic Radio Station, to record a Mass that they will broadcast periodically. Pictured left to right, Fr. Anthony Ustick, Antonio Sclafani, Dylan Murphy, Victoria Lanning, Samantha “Sammy” Fox, Isabella Sparks, and Mrs. Burchfield!
It will air on Thanksgiving Day at or right after 11am!
Cans, cans, cans! Our students are out sorting cans on the last day of the Canned Food Drive, supporting @daystarlifecenter in downtown St. Pete. Daystar feeds over 10,000 families every year and St. Pete Catholic is their main food provider every year, through the Canned Food Drive. A great tradition that is rooted in our mission to serve!
Calling all baseball alumni and families! Coach Rhoads has had an overwhelming response for the Alumni Baseball Game on Friday, November 24th at 6pm! After the game, enjoy a fabulous meal provided by Glory Days Grill thanks to the Martinez family!
“Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land...God Bless The USA!” A blessing for all veterans, including those who joined us for our assembly today. A special thank you to retired Navy Seal, Captain John Doolittle, who addressed our school community.