Tate High School has a growing reputation in Northwest Florida High School Soccer after multiple successful seasons. Reaching the state tournament for the first time in 2004, we have since won a District Championship in 2010 before losing in the State Quarterfinals. The following year we lost a heartbreaker in the 2011 District Finals to add a runner-up trophy before bowing out to eventual Region Finalist Niceville in the first round.
Now home to several club players from the renowned Gulf Coast Texans soccer club, Tate High School has become a place where elite players are playing during their high school season. Many alumni have gone on to be student-athletes at the collegiate level, not only in soccer but other sports as well.
The coaching staff at Tate is a major reason why our teams have achieved so much. The past decade has featured multiple former collegiate players, nationally licensed club coaches, and currently a coach for our area's W-League team the Gulf Coast Texans. The coaches put the high school soccer player through high level training while maintaining a commitment to academic success. This combination of training and academic standards are vital in order to send our players on to the next level.