The school graduated its first class of seniors in the year 1906. The school is known most for its Greek Heritage, football, music conservatory, the culinary department, and the veterinary academy. Its mascot is the Spongers, reflecting the town's history of sponge diving. The student body is composed of 89% Caucasian, 4% African-American, 3% Hispanic, 2% Asian, 2% Mixed-Race, and 0% American Indian. It was announced in early December 2011 that Tarpon High's graduating class of 2011's graduation rate was a record breaking 95%. This is highest rate in the school's history, higher than all county, state, and national averages. The school received an "A" grade by the state of Florida in 2010.ProgramsClubsThe school currently has more than 20 clubs, including: Academic Team Art Club Crime Watch DCT Drama Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes French Club French National Honor Society Future Educators of America Greek Club Health Occupations Students Of America Interact Japanese Club Key Club Latin Club Maroon Mob Mu Alpha Theta (math honor society) Multicultural Club National Honor Society Peer Connectors Physics Club Poetry Club Science National Honor Society Spanish Honor Society Student Council Wild Side Yearbook.Outdoor Performance Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Color Guard, Percussion EnsembleThe band program, which is a part of the Leadership Conservatory for the Arts at the school, has won ma
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