Armwood High School
|Armwood High School|
|12000 U.S. Route 92
Seffner, Florida 33584
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Hillsborough County Public Schools|
Brandon High School
|Website||Armwood High School|
Armwood Senior High School, is a public high school located in Seffner, Florida, on U.S. Highway 92. It opened in August 1984. The school is named after Blanche Armwood, a longtime Tampa resident, educator and activist. The school's mascot is the Hawk.
Armwood High School is 36% Black, 31% White, 26% Hispanic, 1% Asian, 5% Multi-Racial, and 1% other
Florida Department of Education Grade
- 2008 C 
- 2009 D
- 2010 C
- 2011 B
- 2012 C
Armwood's athletic teams compete as the Hawks, using the school colors blue and black. The following sports are offered at Armwood:
- Baseball (boys)
- Basketball (girls & boys)
- Cross country (girls & boys)
- Flag football (girls)
- Football (boys)
- State champs - 2003, 2004
- Golf (girls & boys)
- Soccer (girls & boys)
- Softball (girls)
- Swimming (girls & boys)
- Tennis (girls & boys)
- Track and field (girls & boys)
- Volleyball (girls)
- Wrestling (boys)
In 2011, Armwood won the class 6A state championship game, but was stripped of the title after both the Hawks and their opponent, Miami Central High School, were determined to have used ineligible players. The FHSAA subsequently vacated the title completely, leaving 2011 without a 6A champ.
The Collegiate Academy
Starting with the 2013-2014 school year Armwood High School will be home to The Collegiate Academy at Armwood High School. According to the school district's website The Academy provides students with an opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts degree (A.A.) through Hillsborough Community College in addition to their high school diploma. The students will take college courses, free of cost (including textbooks), during the school day. The Academy will not only provide academic preparation but also other types of “college knowledge”, such as self-management of study routines and preparation for assessments; handling the pace and expectations of college courses, and strategic use of resources such as college advisers and ambassadors from local college campuses.
- Matt Jones, NFL running back for the Washington Redskins
- Leon McQuay, NFL defensive back for the Kansas City Chiefs
- Eric Striker, NFL linebacker for the Buffalo Bills 
- Jarriett Buie, NFL defensive end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Mike Pearson, NFL Offensive Lineman for Jacksonville Jaguars
- Jonathan Ordway, Arena Football League player for the Chicago Rush
- Sterling Hitchcock, retired Major League Baseball pitcher
- Matt Joyce, Major League Baseball player for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
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