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In the early '60s, Monsignor John Scully was approached by Archbishop Joseph Hurley to start a new Catholic high school in the Tampa area. Originally intended for girls only, the new school quickly became co-ed and Tampa Catholic welcomed its first class September 4, 1962. Recently, Tampa Catholic High School Principal Thomas Reidy sat down with Monsignor Scully to talk about the challenges he faced as the school's FIRST president.
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