Steven G. Humphries, Principal

SH-PicSteven G. Humphries, native of Columbus, Mississippi, joined MycroSchool Pinellas in its opening year in 2012.  Stevan was originally hired as a Creative Technology/Senior Projects Teacher and was promoted to be the school’s Guidance Counselor/ Career Specialist and has served faithfully in this capacity from 2012-2015.  Leadership qualities began to emerge under Principal Mrs. Martina Green and for the 2015-2016, Stevan was promoted to Assistant Principal under Principal Michael C. Warren, and now serves as the 2016-2017 Principal for Pinellas Mycroschool.  Stevan also serves as the school’s Site Technician.  Stevan loves working with staff and students to continue to bring forth the school’s mission and vision to light.   Stevan was also awarded Mycroschool Pinellas’s “Employee of the Year” award for the 2013-2014 school term.

Educational background includes a high school diploma from Columbus High School, Columbus, MS; a B.S. in Communication with a Minor in Psychology from Mississippi University for Women (MUW) in Columbus, MS; a Master of Information Systems (MIS) degree from University of Phoenix; a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree from MUW-Columbus, MS; and a 2014 graduate of Jacksonville State University (Jacksonville, AL) with an Educational Specialist (Ed.S) degree in Teacher Leadership.  Stevan plans to pursue his Ph.D in Educational Leadership in the Spring of 2016.

Professionally, Stevan’s educational career began as a College Instructor teaching MIS courses at East Mississippi Community College-CAFB, in Columbus, MS.  Then he began teaching Social Studies, Theater Arts, and Public Speaking at Columbus High School in Columbus, MS, before moving to Florida joining Pinellas Mycroschool.

Mrs. Traci Steen, Board President
Traci Steen is a local attorney primarily focused in the areas of real estate transactions, title insurance and settlement services, and estate planning practice. She is a member of Attorneys Title Fund Services as title agent, the Florida Bar and the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section (RPPTL). She graduated from Stetson College of Law in 2000 and spent most of her career working in the public sector at St. Petersburg College and State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota as acquisitions and construction attorney and lobbyist. In 2013, she entered private industry employed as Development Counsel by The Edwards Group and was the primary attorney for commercial leasing and construction
contract development and management for Sundial. Prior to opening her own law practice Mrs. Steen was president of Luxe Title Services and Smith and Associates Title.

Traci’s passion is education and she has been the president of the Board of Directors for MYcroSchool Pinellas (non-for-profit, public, dropout recovery charter high school) since 2012. She is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Morean Arts Center.


  1. Dawn October 25, 2012 at 10:01 am Reply

    Where are you located in Pinellas?

    • MYcroSchools October 25, 2012 at 10:09 am Reply

      We are located in St. Pete near Tropicana Field. Our address is 840 Third Avenue South.

      Here it is on Google Maps

      If you have questions, please call us at (727) 825‑3710. And we are open 7:30 am – 4:30 pm if you want to stop by for a tour.

  2. Versena Williams September 20, 2013 at 9:10 am Reply

    I have a son that is 16 and a daughter who is 18
    I was wondering what are the ages of the students, what is the first step in applying to the school? what are the hours of classes? and How does the program work?

    • MYcroSchools September 23, 2013 at 11:19 am Reply

      Our students are 16-21 so your 16 and 18 year olds are just the right age for our schools. The school day is broken into two 4-hour sessions so students can choose to be in the morning or afternoon session. When a student enrolls at MYcroSchool he or she meets with the principal or other school leader to go over their credits to create an individualized learning plan to graduation. Students can enroll anytime during the year and once they finish the courses and meet all the requirements for graduation, they can graduate with their diploma.

      The best way to get started would be to visit the campus during school hours to see the campus. If you wish to enroll, you can complete and turn in the enrollment packet.

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