Berkeley Preparatory School

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Berkeley Preparatory School
4811 Kelly Road

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United States
Motto"Disciplina, Diligentia, Integritas"
("Discipline, Diligence, Integrity")
Religious affiliation(s)Episcopal Church
Founded1960[citation needed]
HeadmasterJoseph W. Seivold
Average class size18 (upper school)[1]
Student to teacher ratio8:1 (upper school)[1]
Campus size80 acres (320,000 m2)
Color(s)Navy, Columbia Blue, and White

Berkeley Preparatory School is a Pre-K to Grade 12 independent, college-preparatory day school affiliated to the Episcopal Church. It has eight buildings on a 84-acre (340,000 m2) campus in Tampa, Florida, in the United States.[1] On this 84-acre campus some of the notable features include: a 75,000 square foot building for Arts and Sciences, athletic facilities composing of 53,000 square feet, 11,000 square foot Café, and 19,000 square foot student center; the library makes available to the students 20,000 titles and over 40 databases. [2]It has either approval or accreditation from the College Board, the Florida Council of Independent Schools, the Florida Department of Education, the National Association of Episcopal Schools and the Southern Association of Independent Schools.[1]



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  2. ^ "Berkeley Preparatory Campus | Tampa Bay Private School". Retrieved 2019-02-20.
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Coordinates: 27°59′23″N 82°34′29″W / 27.9897645°N 82.574744°W / 27.9897645; -82.574744