Rachel Tata (’13) to Sing Carnegie Hall

Congratulations to Rachel Tata, ESCS Class of 2013, who has been accepted as a finalist in the 2017 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Rachel will be singing first soprano with the Honors Women’s Choir directed by the renowned conductor Dr. Tim Seeling. She is currently a senior at the Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa, and was recently featured in their online newspaper. Rachel credits her early love of music to Espiritu Santo Catholic School! Read more about Rachel and this fantastic opportunity here: http://www.achonaonline.com/features/2016/11/07/senior-rachel-tata-singing-at-carnegie-hall/

Congratulations, Rachel!


New Sign in the Giving Garden

New Sign in the Giving Garden


Have you seen it? There’s something new in the Laura Beach Giving Garden! A brand new, beautiful sign was installed this weekend, designed by Patrick Tolliver and created/donated by Daryl Jones and his team at Florida Metal Services (http://www.florida-metal.com). Patrick Tolliver and Matt Cox installed it by hand Friday night.

Our sincerest thank you to the many families who helped the Laura Beach Giving Garden vision become a reality for the past 2 years – led by Alicia Thacker, many families and students have gotten their hands dirty making the garden come to life. A special thanks goes out to the Tolliver, Cox, Wilkinson, Spoor, Rooth, Santana, Jones, Fensky and Thacker families. These men and women have physically worked hours for the Laura Beach Giving Garden to become what it is today … a place of life, learning and joy for the students of Espiritu Santo Catholic School. What a wonderful contribution to our community in honor of a beautiful woman, our beloved Laura Beach.