St. Petersburg College and St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools continue to closely monitor the rapidly changing situation regarding the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in the United States and in Florida.

As such, St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools and St. Petersburg College are using due diligence to encourage “social distancing.”  Current students were sent a Frequently Asked Questions document with additional information for current SPCHS students and parents.

If you have specific questions, please email the principals or call your SPCHS Campus for more information.

Ms. Raquel Giles, Principal, St. Petersburg Collegiate High School, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus

727-341-4610 or

Dr. Ian Call, Principal, St. Petersburg Collegiate High School, Tarpon Springs Campus

727-341-3521 or

Stay Informed/Student Resources

We have created a new COVID-19 website, which includes latest updates, as well as academic and student support resources to help you. Please bookmark this link and refer to it as needed as we continue to make updates with new strategies, tools and services.

Classes online in MyCourses

As you should be aware, your classes are online and loaded into MyCourses. If you are a student who was taking a face-to-face, on campus class and you have concerns or are struggling with the online platform, please reach out to your instructor. They are there to support you!

Please remember that these face-to-face faculty members faced a major task to convert in-person assignments to online and they have worked diligently to give you the best learning experience possible. I ask that you continue to be patient with them as we work out any snags.

COVID-19 & Wellness Information

Resources: We realize this is a stressful time for everyone and hope the resources below are helpful:

Continue to follow the health and prevention guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Florida Department of Health. In addition to taking care of yourself physically, I also encourage you to take advantage of our student assistance counseling program if you are feeling stress or anxiety at this time. Remember – your mental health is also incredibly important!

Thank you, in advance, for your flexibility and patience as we focus on the success and safety of our students and staff.  Additional updates will be provided by SPC and SPCHS as changes occur to keep our families informed.