• Fast Camp Info

    East Bay: Freshman Academic Summer Transition Camp (FAST Camp) Registration Form.

    FAST is a three-day summer camp for incoming Freshmen.  The purpose is to support rising 9th grade student's.

    FAST Camp Registration Link 

    July 19-21, 2022

    8 am-12 pm


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  • Congratulations...

    Adra Agustin for passing her Cosmetology state board and is now a licensed cosmetologist.
    Akina-Naomi Kennedy for being selected as a Hillsborough County Master Musician
    • East Bay Theatre won the highest honor in the region!!!! Out of the over 1200 students in the region that competed, TWO total events are chosen to represent our region (Hillsborough, Manatee, and surrounding areas) at the Florida State Thespian Festival on the Morsani Stage. One event is Performance and One event Technical. East Bay Theatre took BOTH of the winning spots. This is an enormous honor.
    • 1st Team All-Conference Offensive Guard-Jack Krych
    • 1st Team All-Conference Offensive Tackle - Jay’lon Key- Johnson 
    • 2nd Team All- Conference Defensive Back - Trent Cherry and Vincent Ketchup


    • East Bay had 443 Students who made Honor Roll for Quarter 1.


    • East Bay has SIX All-State Chorus students!!! Thousands of students across Florida auditioned.
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  • Interested in PTSA?

    Hello EBHS Family!

    My hope is that this email finds you well, safe and healthy!

    My name is Mark Ferrare, a proud alumni of EBHS class of 1998! I have a 9th grade student now proudly attending East Bay! I am taking the initiative to head and lead the PTSA for East Bay and I need your help!

    I am looking for volunteers that can help support, encourage and make East Bay memorable for each teacher, faculty and student!

    The goal of the PTSA is to provide assistance and support to the staff at East Bay, to create the best learning atmosphere for students while supporting the needs of the school, to provide fun and safe activities that promote East Bay, teacher and student comradery and community awareness, and to involve all of our parents and families to unite for our children as we rally our students to be the best that they can be! 

    I would like to try a few fun events and initiatives this year as I believe that our school, staff and students need it. It has and continues to be a challenging time, but I believe we can make things brighter with the support of a PTSA.

    I am seeking parents, teachers or anyone else in the community that would be willing to help. I promise it’s not as scary as you may think and not a major time commitment. I am looking for willing and able individuals to help champion this vision. Some of these initiatives can be done from home or perhaps you have flexibility in your schedule to volunteer at the school from time to time.

    If you are interested, please respond or email to


    Thank you for helpings us make East Bay memorable for each teacher, faculty and student!


    Mark Ferrare

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  • Annual AHERA Notices 

    Annual AHERA Notice

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  • Annual AHERA Notice Spanish

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  • Need an EBHS Transcript?

    There have been changes in how you can get your transcripts.  Whether you are a recent grad (2020) or a prior grad (before 2020), please open the attached document to be able to get the steps needed to get your East Bay High School transcript.


    How to order your EBHS Transcript

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  • Out of Field Notification

    Dear Parent/Guardian


    All educators in Florida are monitored to ensure they meet certification and training requirements as mandated by law.  Per Florida Stature 1012.42, when a teacher is assigned teaching duties outside of the field in which the teacher is certified, the parents of all students in the class shall be notified in writing.

    Hillsborough County Public Schools is committed to providing quality instruction for all students and does so by employing the most qualified individuals to teach and support each student in the classroom.  The district is assisting our teachers by developing an Individual Professional Development Plan to complete the requirements needed to become in-field.

    All of our teachers are certified to teach, although some of them are currently out-of-field and are working on additional areas of certification. You have the right to know the professional qualifications of teachers or paraprofessionals who instruct your child.  Federal law allows you to ask for certain information about your child's teachers and requires us to give you this information in a timely manner if you ask for it.  If you would like more information, please contact the school at 813-671-5134.

    The table in the link out of field lists the teachers who are currently out-of-field.


    Amy Stevens-Cox, Principal

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