Tom Brady spotted touring Miami private school for his kids as he weighs up NFL future


Tom Brady is spotted touring a private school for his kids in Miami – where tuition fees are priced at a staggering $47,000 – after divorce from supermodel Gisele Bundchen… as the Bucs quarterback weighs up his future following Tampa Bay’s playoff exit

Tom Brady was seen touring a private school for his kids in Miami this week amid widespread speculation over his Tampa Bay and NFL future.

The Buccaneers quarterback rocked up at the Miami school in khakis and a blue shirt, as well as a huge water bottle, and was given a tour by one of its administrators as he took in the facilities.

Tuition for high-school students at the prep school is believed to stand at $46,700, while parents of younger children in grades one through to four would pay an estimated $36,400. Grades five through to eight is priced at around $43,000.

According to Page Six, Brady checked out the school separately from ex-wife Gisele Bundchen following their surprise divorce back in October.

Brady, 45, and Bundchen, 42, share 13-year-old son Benjamin and 10-year-old daughter Vivian, and the former also has a 15-year-old son, Jack, from another of his previous relationships with Bridget Moynahan. 

Tom Brady toured a Miami private school for his kids this week amid speculation over his future

Brady checked out the school separately from ex-wife Gisele Bundchen (second from right) after their divorce. The former couple share joint custody of son Benjamin (right), 13, and daughter Vivian (bottom left), 10. Brady's son Jack (top left), 15, came from a past relationship

Brady checked out the school separately from ex-wife Gisele Bundchen (second from right) after their divorce. The former couple share joint custody of son Benjamin (right), 13, and daughter Vivian (bottom left), 10. Brady’s son Jack (top left), 15, came from a past relationship

Jack is already believed to be at high school elsewhere, meaning the pair’s visit appears to have been for their two children. 

They are enjoying joint custody of their kids after divorcing, which brought an end to their 13-year marriage.

Brady is contemplating his next move in the NFL after Tampa Bay’s heavy playoff defeat to Philadelphia Eagles last week, in which he failed to live up to his typically lofty standards.

Eagles quarterback Dak Prescott managed to outshine him on the night, leading to fears that he could walk away from professional football altogether.

And speaking on the latest episode of his ‘Lets Go!’ podcast with ex-Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and sportscaster Jim Gray on Monday, Brady produced a testy outburst when quizzed on his future.

Brady posted a photo to Instagram of Jack about to throw a football back in November

Brady posted a photo to Instagram of Jack about to throw a football back in November

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback captioned the post by writing, 'My Inspiration'

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback captioned the post by writing, ‘My Inspiration’

Gray asked: ‘Do you have any timetable as to what you want to do regarding your football career?’ 

Brady then replied: ‘Jim, if I knew what I was going to f***ing do, I would’ve already f***ing done it. Ok?,’ Brady emphatically answered. ‘I’m taking it a day at a time.’

Stunned by the seven-time Super Bowl winner’s direct response, Gray replied: ‘I sense you’re antagonized by the question,’ before nervously laughing. 

‘You’re scratching…,’ Brady then said before Gray quipped: ‘It’s only the question that everybody wants to hear!’ 

‘You’re scratchy…,’ the three-time NFL MVP (2007, 2010, 2017) said again before restoring his cool. ‘I appreciate you asking. Thank you.’ 

He produced a testy outburst when quizzed by Jim Gray on his future with the Bucs on Monday

He produced a testy outburst when quizzed by Jim Gray on his future with the Bucs on Monday

For now, it seems that Brady is more focused on fatherhood than resolving his uncertain future

For now, it seems that Brady is more focused on fatherhood than resolving his uncertain future

Brady then added that since Tampa Bay’s season came to a close with a 31-14 loss to Dallas in a NFC Wild Card Game on January 16, he has allocated more of his free time to hanging out with his children, playing catch up on things he couldn’t have done while still having something to play for.

However, the football player with the most career quarterback wins in NFL history will have to inevitably decide between retiring, testing free agency, as his two-year contract with the Bucs is now up, or resigning with the Florida-based NFL franchise. 

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