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Posted Sunday, July 10, 2011 by Wikipedia

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Tampa Bay Technical High School

6410 Orient Road
Tampa, Florida 33610
813-877-8360

History
Tampa Bay Technical High School (TBT) was established in 1969 as Tampa Bay Vocational Technical School. Tampa Bay Tech is a public comprehensive magnet high school with grades 9-12 and a student enrollment of 1950 students. This high school was rated in June 2007 as an "A" school under Florida's "A+ Plan." This high school has many programs that are exceptional of academic rigor and technical relevance, with the school mascot as the
Titan. Tampa Bay Tech was rated within the top 1000 high schools in the United States by Newsweek, April 2007. All students are accepted by application in one of the three specialized programs: Tampa Bay Technical High School Programs, Academy of Architecture & Environmental Design, or Academy of Health Professions. A dedicated faculty provides instruction in everything from advanced placement to certified technical skill courses. The school campus resembles a community college campus with large laboratory facilities for several unique technology programs. The student population is an even mix of ethnicities. The students must apply to this school and transportation is provided by the Hillsborough County Public Schools through a bus transfer system.

 School Alma Mater

 

 "Hail to thee Red, white, and blue, wave your colors strong and true, lift your praises to the sky, courage, love and honors high. Titans all to thee we sing, and forever more we bring, glory to thy name, adore, victory forever more."

 School Administration

  • Warren Brooks, Principal
  • Joe Reid, Asst. Principal of Administration
  • Johan VonAncken, Asst. Principal for the Magnet Program
  • Ellen Crawford, Asst. Principal of Curriculum
  • Ernestine Woody, Asst. Principal of Student Affairs (A-H)
  • Kelly Everhart, Asst. Principal of Student Affairs (I-P)
  • Michael Ramsey, Asst. Principal of Student Affairs (Q-Z)

Football Program

The football team posted a record of 0-20 between the years of 2005-2006. Yet this 0-20 streak was snapped on August 31, 2007, when the Titans defeated Bloomingdale High School(Not surprising) in a stunning 50-7 victory. In the 2006-2007 school year, the Titans were 4-2, having beat Leto High School 20-0, Sickles High School 47-0 and Freedom High School 19-0. In a surprising turn of events, the Titans lost to Spoto High School 21-18 on September 28. On October 5, the Titans played Armwood High School where they lost 26-0. The Titans won their first homecoming game in 4 years against Lennard High School sporting a 35-10 victory. The Titans finished with a record of 6-4. In 2008, Titans football went 10-2 including the first playoff win in school history losing to Armwood High School in the second round. In 2009, They went 9-2 including a 32-30 victory against defending state champs Plant High School and another playoff win. Season ended with another second round loss this time to Countryside High School. After the 2010 Football season, Coach C.C Culpepper announced his resignation from the Head Coach position, a very significant loss to the school's Football program.

 

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