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Welcome!  Holy Family Academy is a private, independent school in the Catholic tradition for students in grades K-12.  We work cooperatively with parents to ensure that our students have the best Catholic education possible.  Holy Family Academy was founded in 1995 as private school in the State of Florida.  Enrollment is available to students in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area of Florida and families fully enrolled in the Seton program in Florida.

  • Provide Guidance Counseling for high school students
  • Permanent Cumulative Records on file
  • Provide Quarter Report Cards
  • Transcripts and Diploma from a recognized private school in the state of Florida
  • College Preparatory Course of Study
  • Curriculum Counseling
  • PSAT, SAT, ACT and Florida Bright Futures
  • Students can enroll in Florida Virtual School through Holy Family Academy
  • Articulation agreements with St. Petersburg College, Pasco-Hernando College, Hillsborough Community College and University of South Florida dual enrollment programs for high school students
  • Awards program for students in grades K- 12
  • Graduation ceremony for Kindergarten, Eighth Grade and Twelfth Grade
  • Promotion ceremony for all grades

 

Students from Holy Family Academy have been accepted into the following colleges:

University of South Florida

Florida State University

University of Florida

University of Central Florida

Rollins College

St. Petersburg College

Hillsborough Community College

Pasco-Hernando Community College

University of Northern Florida

Ave Maria University

Franciscan University of Steubenville

St. Thomas Aquinas College

Catholic University of America

Christendom College

Magdalen College

Mater Ecclesia College

University of Dallas

Mount St. Mary's

University of Indiana

Scranton College

Manhattan College

Savannah College of Arts and Design

St. Leo University

Plymoth College

 

 

 

 

"The greatest challenge to Catholic education in the United States today...is to restore to that culture the conviction that human beings can grasp the truth of things, and in grasping that truth can know their duties to God, to themselves and their neighbors."  Pope Saint John Paul II