Athletics: Temple Tigers
Temple College Preparatory's basketball program was established in 2011 and has been approved by the Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA). The boys and girls basketball program promotes leadership, teamwork, commitment and academic excellence. Basketball games are played at the local YMCA and other gymnasiums and venues around the city of Jacksonville.
The school's team name and mascot is TEMPLE TIGERS. The boys basketball coach is Kenny McNeil. He has been the coach since the basketball programs conception. The basketball program was expanded in 2014 to include girls. Local organizations and professionals have adopted the basketball team and is currently acting as mentors for the program.
Photo Gallery: TCP Boys Basketball Team
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