We are like-minded individuals who are alumni of Tampa Bay Area private schools. Raised and trained to support our community, our collective strength spans over five decades: 70’s; 80’s; 90’s; 2000’s.
The charitable purpose of THE PRIVATE SKOOL VILLAGE, INC. is to address the issue of relief of the poor, the distressed or the underprivileged by providing financial assistance, resources, host series of events, community and civic engagement outings, mentoring activities, and empowerment trainings; provide uniquely designed mentoring program; economic development investments for private schools and students attending private schools in the Tampa Bay area.
We bring the best of today’s leaders, thinkers and innovators for the intellectual and cultural enrichment of youth. Each year, the Private Skool Village Foundation hosts a speakers series that is open to all private school faculty, staff and students as well as the Tampa Bay public. Presentations are made by Private Skool Village members, subject-matter experts and community leaders.
Private Skool Alumni
70’s • 80’s • 90’s • 2K’s
August 27, 2023
The River Center is a 2,880 sq. ft. premier event space along the west bank of the Hillsborough River. It features floor-to-ceiling glass windows that open to a covered terrace offering a breathtaking view of downtown Tampa.
402 W. Laurel Street, Tampa FL 33607
Help us expand private school opportunities in the Tampa Bay area. In addition to tuition support, funds raised will support enrichment activities that include education, the arts, sports, mentoring and much more that make a private school education so valuable. Private Skool Village Inc. is a public charity recognized by the IRS. Thank you in advance for your consideration.
St. Peter Claver Catholic School is the oldest continuously operating historically black grade school in Florida. The school remains committed to providing a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment and serves over 170 students annually, over 95% of which are from low-income situations.
Late in 1893, the Jesuit Fathers at Sacred Heart Church bought property on Morgan Street for the purpose of establishing a school under the name of St. Peter Claver for the children of the African-American community.
Today, over 125 years since the school opened, the school accommodates students in the Early Childhood Program for three to four year olds through grade eight. With a growing enrollment, the school seeks to continue its mission of preparing each student for the future through spiritual, intellectual, physical, social and moral formation. The school is proud of its ability to serve one on one with every student due to one of the lowest teacher to student ratios in the State of Florida.