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Boys & Girls Club
1114 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
This Boys and Girls Club was built in 1983 by the Zonta Club of Tampa. These clubs are recreational facilities forMore children aged six to eighteen to go to after school and on weekends to enjoy athletics, crafts and social activities. The facility has two basketball hoops, a colorful mural on one outside wall, a swingset, a slide and a shaded picnic area.
Villa Madonna School
315 W Columbus Dr, Tampa, FL 33602

Villa Madonna School is operated by the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians. It was founded under the direction ofMore the Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco to educate girls, and later boys, of the families of central Tampa.

Today, Villa Madonna provides education for children from pre-school through 8th grade in a spiritual program focused on service to others. Students in grades three through eight are provided a laptop for school use.

The school is neighbored by the Salesian Youth Center/Boys and Girls Club.

Middleton High School
4801 N 22nd St, Tampa, FL 33610
Middleton High School is a public school and magnet education program. The school offers programs for children inMore grades 9-12. Some lessons and activities include programs in science, computer design, technology and mathematics. It has many extracurricular activities and clubs, including the poetry club, Spanish club and robotics, as well as athletic teams for boys and girls, including soccer, basketball, football, golf and cross country. Check its website for details on programs or special events or for information on enrollment.
Salesian Youth Center
315 W Columbus Dr, Tampa, FL 33602

This youth center is a division of Boys and Girls Club of America. It serves over 8,000 children living in the innerMore city with after-school programs and summer camps. 

Activities include:

  • Gardening
  • Arts
  • Dance
  • Martial Arts
  • Team Sports
  • Field Trips