BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC SCHOOL
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Welcome to Blessed Sacrament Catholic School! We are very pleased that you are considering BSCS for your child’s education.
We strive for excellence in education and are proud to offer outstanding programs. Besides teaching the fundamentals, we want our students to develop in multiple areas. In addition to our quality curriculum, we are pleased to offer many programs in religion, gifted enrichment, art, music, Spanish, drama, STEM, and physical education. Blessed Sacrament offers many extracurricular activities including, chess club, drama club, competitive sports, choir, mad science, and cheerleading.
Also, we work with our parents as a team to ensure the best education and opportunities are available for each child’s unique needs. We offer high school courses along with advanced and on-level English and Math during the middle school years.
Please feel free to contact our main office with any questions or concerns.
We thank you for considering Blessed Sacrament Catholic School and look forward to providing your child with a quality education.
Mrs. Becky Clark, Principal
Guided by the Rosminian tradition, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School empowers students to glorify God through academics, faith, and service.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School educates students for lifelong discipleship in Christ.
History Of The School
Blessed Sacrament School opened in the fall of 1962 with five small classes and four teachers. In September of 1969, the Franciscan Missionary Sisters joined the faculty and retired in June of 1987.
Growth has marked the history of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School from its inception to the present. Many physical changes, as well as academic changes, have been implemented to enhance and expand our curriculum. Our present staff includes the Principal, a full-time Business Manager, full-time Administrative Assistant, 12 teachers, Technology Administrator, part-time Music teacher, Librarian, Spanish/Art teacher, Extended Day Director, Catering Service for the hot lunch program, and a night cleaning service.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School was originally accredited in 1972, by the Florida Catholic Conference, authorized by the State of Florida to accredit Catholic Schools every seven years. We were re-accredited in January 2019.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School opened a VPK program in the fall of 2012. This program is funded by the state of Florida and regulated by the Pinellas County Licensing Board and Early Learning Coalition of Pinellas County.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School opened an Early Childhood Three-Year-old program in the fall of 2018. This program is regulated by the Pinellas County Licensing Board and Early Learning Coalition of Pinellas County.
Education is the process of narrowing the gap existing in all of us between what we are and what God plans for us to become. The goal of our educational program is to promote positive Catholic attitudes in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding. It is in such an atmosphere that each student can experience affirmation, develop self-confidence, and generate enthusiasm. Thus motivated, the student is disposed to gain knowledge, build habits, form attitudes, cultivate interests, and develop skills, which will enable him/her to develop spiritually, mentally, and physically.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School consists of eleven grades, EC-3 through eighth grade. Grades EC-3 through 3rd grade are self-contained, except for special subject areas. Grades 4-8 share a team of teachers.