Michael Ippolito - Principal email

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At Tampa Bay Technical High School will use the cooperative team approach to jointly coordinate instruction and provide a nurturing environment to assure student success. We guarantee opportunities for students, parents, faculty, and community in planning, implementing, and evaluating the programs to assure that top quality technical and educational opportunities exist for all students. We emphasize pride, work ethics, and good citizenship in school and community.

TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM CHOICES
• Auto Body Repair
• Business Health Administration
• The Commercial Art Academy
• Computer Systems Technology
• Culinary Arts
• Early Childhood Education
• Journalism
• Transportation Services
• Welding

MAGNET PROGRAM CHOICES
• Academy of Health Professions
• Architectctural Academy

 

Technical Program Choices

 

Auto Body Repair

Antonio Santana, Instructor email

Students will learn all aspects of the auto body repair industry including: Electronic Drive Train Control, System Operation and Repair, Hydraulic System Operation and Repair, Environmentally Friendly Paint and Refinishing Processes. Career Opportunities include: Automotive Technician, Heavy Equipment Technician, Collision Repair Technician

Business Health Administration

JoAnn Rumore - April Raines Instructors email

Students will learn all aspects of the Health Administration industry including: Accounting, Business Software Programs, Legal Matters, Leadership and Communication Skills, Healthcare Management. Career Opportunities include: Hospital Administrator, Healthcare Director

 

The Commercial Art Academy

Craig Naylor and Edward Bayonet - Instructors email

Students will learn, Basic Drawing, Art Medias, Graphic Design, Desktop Publishing, Advertising Fundamentals, Adobe's Creative Suite using Photoshop, Illustrator, & InDesign, Technical Skills, Leadership & Employment. Career Opportunities include: Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Print Media Specialist, Art Director, Web Designer, Marketing Director, Advertising and Freelance Artist.

Computer Systems Technology

Michael Gonzalez & Gilbert Truitt email

Learn Basic Electronics, PC Upgrade and Repair Skills, Local Area Networking, Wide Area Networking including the Internet, Server Technology, Cisco Router Technology Career Opportunities include: A+ certified Computer Technician, Network + Certified Technician, Server + Certified Technician, Cisco Certified Network, Associate (CCNA)

Culinary Arts

Natalie Alicott - Instructor email

Students will learn all aspects of the Food Production and Preparation industry including: Nutrition Planning, Reasturant Management Skills, Customer Service, Banquets Catering, Management. Career Opportunities include: Nutritionist/Dietitian, Baker, Chef, Cook, Waiter/Waitress.

Transportation Services

James Mitchell - Instructor email

Students will learn all aspects of the diesel machine and automotive repair industry including: Electronic Drive Train Control System Operation and Repair, Hydraulic System Operation and Repair, Environmentally Friendly Paint and Refinishing Processes. Career Opportunities include: Automotive Technician, Heavy Equipment Technician.

Early Chilhood Education

Instructor email

Students will learn all aspects of the Childcare industry including: Daycare program management, Pre-school education, Development of Instructional goals. Career Opportunities include: Preschool/ Kindergarten/ Elementary Teacher, Child Care worker, Day Care owner.School Web Page

Journalism

Amanda Regan, Katherine McDermott & Jean Fauntleroy-Reed email

Students will learn all aspects of the Journalism industry including: Newspaper and Magazine layout, Television production processes, Computer Graphics. Career Opportunities: Reporter/Correspondent, Television/Movie Camera Operator, Broadcast Technician, Producer/Director.

 

Welding

Robert Ivey - Instructor email

Students will learn all aspects of the metal fabrication industry including: Project Design, Blueprint and Drawing Reading, Business Ownership, Various Welding Processes Career Opportunities: Welder, Shipfitter

Magnet Program Choices

 

Academy of Health Professions

Magnet Program email

The Academy of Health Professions is a magnet program at Tampa Bay Technical High School. Admission is selective. Students are offered an academically rigorous program and training in a variety of health and engineering disciplines. In addition to meeting state graduation requirements, academy students follow a four-year college preparatory curriculum bolstered by numerous advanced placement, honors and dual enrollment courses. To excel, students must be intellectually talented, highly motivated, and thoroughly disciplined.
The Academy of Health Professions is the most comprehensive medical magnet in the country. The Academy facilitates the development of marketable skills to prepare our graduates to enter the medical career job market at the aide or assistant level as well as prepare for post secondary education. Students interested in the fields of dental lab, optometry patient care assisting, veterinary, medical lab, nursing, physical and occupational therapy, sports medicine, radiology or medicine may avail themselves of specific coursework and laboratory experiences as well as clinical rotations designed to prepare them to make educated career and college choices. The students, therefore, may begin to work in a medically related career right out of high school or work in a medical area while pursuing higher education.

The Academy of Health Professions embraces the individuality of each student by designing the curriculum around the student's needs and interested. With a pupil/teacher ratio of 25:1 or less, students can receive the individual attention needed to progress at an accelerated rate of learning.

 

Architectural Academy

Magnet Program
David Carrier & Ronald Brill - Instructors email

The Academy of Architecture has classes in two separate rooms, each a fully functioning lab. The students learn fundamental skills about the architecture field and practice computer-aided design as well as manual drafting. Students enter several contests throughout the year e.g. national drafting and design competitions with SkillsUSA, and the West Point Bridge Design Contest. Drafting 1 & 2 are currently taught by Ronald Brill. Drafting 3-6 are under the instruction of David Carrier.