• Dear Virtual Visitors,


    Welcome back to all of our returning 7th and 8th grade students, and a special welcome to our incoming 6th graders. My name is Mrs. Johnson and I am the seventh grade and sixth grade Magnet Assistant Principal. Even though I deal primarily with the sixth and seventh grade students I am here for all students that require my assistance. I am enthused about the outlook of this school year. It is with great honor that I serve as one of the assistant principals at Tyrone Middle School. I am committed to tapping into all resources to provide our students with the highest quality education.


    We will continue to excel in educating our students and seeking success in all aspects of academia and beyond. With the cooperation of students, parents, teachers, administration, and community members, we will fulfill our VISION. It is our hope that we will build extensive relationships with our students, parents, businesses, and community as a whole. I am committed to going above and beyond in order for Tyrone Middle School to continue exceeding the expectation. It is my belief that Positivity is the key to success. I am looking forward to a year filled with success for both students and teachers.


    Tyrone Middle School serves approximately 900 students in the inviting and friendly St. Petersburg community of South Pinellas. The faculty and staff of Tyrone Middle School is comprised of dedicated, caring individuals who’s shared vision is to ensure that all our students are successful. We promote high expectations and strive to provide a safe; culturally sound environment. We encourage all parents to take an active role in their children's education and contact us anytime with questions or concerns. Thank you for visiting our website and please check back regularly for updates and information.


    Yours in Education,

    Nicole Johnson

    Assistant Principal

    Tyrone Middle School

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  • What is a magnet?

    Magnet programs focus on a certain theme with specialized curriculum in areas such as arts, communication, science and technology, and gifted studies. Some programs have eligibility requirements. Students living anywhere in the county may apply.

    About us

    Tyrone Middle will be The Center for Innovation and Digital Learning. Our magnet program curriculum will include advanced and rigorous course work while encouraging students to become creative, critical, reflective thinkers in a digital learning environment. Students will have the added benefit of one-to-technology while in the magnet program.


    How to apply 

    This is an area application program and is available to students who live in all areas of the county application areas. Please check the district website here.



    Areas of study


    The Center for Innovation and Digital Learning

    Tyrone Middle School’s Program provides an intellectually challenging environment that encourages students to become critical and reflective thinkers in preparation for success in college, careers and citizenship in the 21st century global environment.

    Tyrone Middle School 6th Grade Course Work (Magnet Program)

    Language Arts: Grade 6, advanced

    Comprehensive Science: Grade 6, advanced

    Mathematics: Grade 6, advanced

    Varied electives including Technology, Physical Education Health, Spanish, Reading and AVID


    Subject groups are integrated through the digital learning contexts that provide a framework for learning within and across the subjects.




    Arterial bus transportation (buses that operate on main roads with a limited number of stops) is provided to students who live within the application area and more than two miles from the school. Magnet bus stop locations may require that parents drive their children to and from the stop.

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