In an article entitled, Smaller Classes at MYcroSchool Foster Student Success, the Gainesville Sun profiled the Gainesville campus of MYcroSchool charter high schools.

MYcroSchool science and math instructor Brian Giles, at left, assists a student with a math question on Monday. Source: Doug Finger/The Gainesville Sun

The article clearly explains why students love MYcroSchool. One student, Willie Moore, commented that the he likes the individual attention from teachers and the ability to work at his own place. Other students like the split school day with classes in the morning and afternoon, which is especially helpful for students who have children and/or jobs.

But the most important difference between MYcroSchool and other schools is the attention and care students receive. Board President Gerald “ZAG” Zagaiski, was quoted: “The difference is personal attention.” And, Principal Randy Starling closes the article: “The relationship that we develop attributes to success. They don’t get lost here like they could at a large school.”

Hopefully more students in the community will feel inspired to return to high school at MYcroSchool Gainesville or other high school thanks to this uplifting article.

The school is holding an Open House on Thursday for interested students, parents, and community members. Call us for more information: 352.379.2902.