In The News: MYcroSchool Pinellas Featured in The Weekly Challenger

MYcroSchool Pinellas Graduates 40 Students

The Weekly Challenger featured a story on the high school graduation ceremony of MYcroSchool Pinellas Charter High School. A remarkable 40 students were on hand to receive their high school diplomas (which might not seem like a large graduating class). However, MYcroSchool often enrolls students that face unusual circumstances that prevent them from graduating from traditional high schools. These at-risk students are given second chance with MYcroSchool's program. MYcroSchool teachers ensure each student graduates on time and ensure students are well prepared for college and career.

Valedictorian Martin Humphery II addressed his fellow graduates and advised them "to carve our own paths that are unique as us and our own experiences". Principal Steven Humphries, staff, community leaders, and other students also gave some words of wisdom to the graduating class.

Read the full article by Frank Drouzas at The Weekly Challenger: MYcroSchool class of 2017 graduates 40 students

Congratulations MYcroSchool Pinellas Class of 2017!



Pinellas MYcroSchool is a tuition-free, dropout recovery, public charter high school serving students ages 16-22 who have faced barriers in traditional education. MYcroSchool offers a self-paced program and a flexible class schedule. MYcroSchool has graduated 204 Pinellas County students since opening in 2012 and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

If you are interested in earning a high school diploma, Find a MYcroSchool Charter High School near you.

In The News: MYcroSchool Pinellas Featured in The Weekly Challenger