Overview

  • PRINCIPAL / ADMINISTRATOR:  Wendy Rauld

    Phone:  (813) 987-6926
    Fax:  (813) 987-6863

    Student Hours: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM

    Bell Schedule: 7 Periods

    Uniforms: Yes

    Before School Program: Yes
    After School Program: Yes

     

    Mission statement:

    To provide each student with a rigorous and relevant curriculum that fosters excellence in academics and cultivates community-minded, global leaders.

    Vision statement:

    We support the District’s vision of Preparing Students for Life and are working to ensure that our students leave our school equipped with the tools they need to graduate on time. Preparing students for global success

ROARing with Pride in Temple Terrace

  • Greco Middle Magnet serves Temple Terrace and beyond with pride—our roots have grown deep in our community for decades. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, we are focused on developing active learners and internationally-minded students. We launched our school-wide philosophy in Fall of 2020, guided by International Baccalaureate principles that empower students to empathize with others and pursue lives of purpose and meaning. We became an Authorized Middle Years Program (MYP)  IB World School in February 2024. For more information about the IB program visit ibo.org

    Greco 

    High school credit courses include Algebra. Integrated Physical Science, Spanish 1, and Computer Science. Greco’s Electives engage students through Art, AVID, Band, Spanish, French, Basics of Computers, and App Design.

    We are a Community School—offereing wrap around services for students and families as a hub for the Temple Terrace community—focusing on student success in school and life. Our Cubs are ROARing together with excellence—Responsible, Ownership, Active Learning and Respectable—the traits we work to instill in every student.

     

School History

  • Greco Middle was built in 1962. The school was named in honor of Mr. Angelo L. Greco, Sr., who was born in Santo Stefano, Sicily, in 1893. He came to the United States when he was 5 years old. Mr. Greco served in the U.S. Army during World War I. After he was married, he and his wife opened their eighth flower shop in Ybor City.

    Mr. Greco had a reputation for honesty and integrity. He served as a volunteer interpreter for the U.S. Customs Service. He was so grateful to this country and wanted to express his appreciation. Angelo Greco was urged to run for a position as a School Board Trustee. He was elected trustee and served as chairman for six out of twelve years that he was in office.

    Angelo Greco, Sr., died August 23, 1959. Greco Junior High was rededicated in 1997 and renamed Greco Middle School.