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Tampa Bay Christian Academy

Private School | Grades PK,K-12
300 E Sligh Ave
Tampa, FL 33604
(813) 238-3229

About This School

Accredited by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and SACS CASI ( Southern Association of Colleges and Schools)
Established in 1957
Traditional school, virtual school, and dual enrollment with HCC and USF
I-20 school (International students)
Tampa Bay Christian Academy is located in Tampa, FL. It is a private school that serves 212 students in grades PK,K-12. Tampa Bay Christian Academy is coed (school has male and female students) and is Baptist in orientation. The school belongs to the Association of Christian Schools International.

In 2010, Tampa Bay Christian Academy had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Student Ethnicity (2008)

Students (2010)

212

Students Per Teacher (2010)

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Tampa Bay Christian Academy Reviews

Reviewed on

I was absolutely thrilled to have met the staff at the school.  Even during a time of transition, they are student centered, seeking to make sure that everything they do is aimed at the academic, physical, spiritual, and social well being of each child and family they serve.  It has been a pleasure working with them, and if I still had young children they would go to Tampa Bay Christian Academy.

By a Parent on

My husband and I decided to get a private school for our daughter thinking that education will be better. Wrong decision, worse experience ever. My daughter is in VPK and in our experience the preschool school is not too good. I don't know the rest but VPK is not good at all. We are planning to get another school for next year.

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