MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School

MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School is a tuition-free charter school and provides students with a High School Diploma in Citrus, Florida.

3612 W. Educational Path
Lecanto, FL 34461

Phone: (352) 527-0900
Fax: (352) 527-0814

Upcoming Events

Office Hours: Open Close
Monday 7:30am 3:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am 3:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am 3:30pm
Thursday 7:30am 3:30pm
Friday 7:30am 3:30pm
Citrus Charter High School Graduate
School Hours: Open Close
Early Session 7:30am 1:00pm
Late Session 10:00am 3:30pm

Enrollment Information

Are you an interested student or parent?

To begin the enrollment process or simply learn more about the school, complete the

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You can download MYcroSchool Citrus's registration packet, complete it, and bring it to enroll. We will call you with a date to report to orientation.

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MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School

MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School is the newest addition to the MYcroSchool family. The charter application was reviewed and approved by the Citrus County School Board in September 2014. The tuition-free public charter high school opened in Fall 2015.

We are continuously enrolling new students. Let us know you are interested in more information: complete the Student Interest Form, call 352.527.0900, or email

Download the enrollment packet here.

MYcroSchool Citrus Principal Danita Smith

MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School is thrilled to be under the leadership of Principal Danita Smith. Danita has been an Assistant Principal at Crystal River High School and a Principal at both the Renaissance School and Lecanto Middle School.

Ms. Smith is an active member of the Citrus County Community and has a heart for students in need of an innovative approach to learning. She will be a great leader for MYcroSchool Citrus as we move forward with identifying a location, setting up the program, and reaching the population that we serve.

Ms. Smith can be contacted directly at 352.527.0900 or

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MYcroSchool Citrus High School News

We are frequently posting articles about the latest Citrus high school news, current events, and trends in Citrus, Florida. Check out the latest high school news for your campus.

MYcroSchool Citrus High School Students Learn to File Taxes in Economics Class
Published 2/15/2018 in Citrus
MYcroSchool Citrus High School Students Economics Class
Real Learning for Real Life™ MYcroSchool Citrus High School students apply what they learned in economics class to real world scenarios. It’s tax season and  Mr. Swanson’s Economics CSL students are learning how to file their taxes by hand! The students also learned about some of the federal and state taxes they are likely to encounter as they go out into the world. If you would like... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus Department of Health Flu Notification
Published 1/22/2018 in Citrus
Florida Department of Health
Contact: Anne Murphy (352) 513 - 6005 Citrus, Fla.— In Florida and throughout the U.S., flu activity is on the rise. In Citrus, we are currently seeing an increase in flu activity. Mr. Ernesto G. Rubio, Citrus County Health Officer, states “if you have not done so, get your flu vaccine now! See your medical provider immediately, if you experience flu like... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus Students Create Garden
Published 9/28/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
MYcroSchool Citrus High School Garden Project
High School Garden Project MYcroSchool Citrus students got their hands dirty creating a gorgeous vegetable garden this week. Students gathered alongside the campus to clear existing weeds, prepare the garden beds and soil, and plant some delicious vegetables including onions, spinach, and green beans. It was a great opportunity for bonding and building friendships outside of the classroom.... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus will be Closed on Monday-Friday Due to Hurricane Irma
Published 9/7/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
Hurricane Irma
MYcroSchool Citrus will be CLOSED on Monday-Friday (September 11 - September 15, 2017) due to Hurricane Irma. All school-related activities are cancelled. Please check our website and Bay News 9 for further updates. Schools are expected to reopen Monday, September 18, 2017. Staff should report to school on Friday at 8:00 am to set up the classrooms, offices, and computers. In case of emergency,... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus High School First Day of School
Published 8/11/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
MYcroSchool Citrus High School, First Day of School
Welcome Back MYcroSchool Citrus High School! On August 10, students and staff started another school year at MYcroSchool Citrus High School. Students were excited to be back in class with friends and on their way to earning a high school diploma. MYcroSchool Citrus staff were also happy to see plenty of new and returning faces. There are morning and afternoon class sessions, so students can... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus Class of 2017 Graduation Photos
Published 6/14/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
MYcroSchool Citrus Class of 2017 Graduation
"Congrats MYcroSchool Citrus!" On May 26, MYcroSchool Citrus High School held their commencement ceremony in Citrus, Florida. A large number of MYcroSchool Citrus students received their high school diplomas. Family, friends, and staff were in attendance to cheer and celebrate this monumental achievement. Best wishes to the MYcroSchool Citrus class of 2017! If you would like to earn a high... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus High School Graduation May 26, 2017
Published 5/15/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
Welcome Graduates and Guests! Join us on May 26 at 6:00 P.M. as we celebrate the class of 2017 at the Annual Commencement Ceremonies of MYcroSchool Citrus High School. We expect to see hundreds of family members and friends cheering on their graduates as they are awarded. CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE MADE IT! Your accomplishment signifies that you have the tools you need to succeed, be an... read more ❯

Citrus MYcroSchool Graduate Hunter Brewer
Published 4/18/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
Citrus MYcroSchool Graduate, Hunter Brewer.
Congratulations Citrus MYcroSchool Graduate, Hunter Brewer! It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you our newest Citrus MYcroSchool GRADUATE, Mr. Hunter Brewer! This young man plans to enlist in the United States Air Force. We are truly proud of him and this accomplishment and we thank him in advance for his service to our country. If you would like to earn your high school diploma in... read more ❯

MYcroSchool Citrus Graduates 2017
Published 3/27/2017 in Florida Charter Schools
MYcroSchool Citrus Graduates 2017
Please join us in celebrating our most recent Citrus MYcroSchool Graduates. This major accomplishment signifies that MYcroSchool Citrus high school students have the necessary tolls to be successful and to be productive members of society. Best wishes and good luck to MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School students. All of their hard work has paid off. Congratulations MYcroSchool Citrus Class... read more ❯

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you still can't find the answer you are looking for, contact us and we will be glad to answer any questions. Call (352) 527-0900

While it is always best to attend a school within your school district, MYcroSchool Citrus Charter High School does accept students from neighboring counties on a case by case basis. You will have to complete a special attendance request form to be approved with MYcroSchool Citrus prior to enrolling.

MYcroSchool Citrus is considered a traditional brick and mortar school. You are required to attend classes here in the building for 25 hours a week. While in attendance, you will be in classrooms with certified teachers that are able to help you with your coursework. Our coursework is online, so you are able to access it from home if you choose to work from home. If you need help while in your coursework during non-school hours, you can click on the “help button” on the online program and you are connected with a teacher online who can provide the assistance you need.

MYcroSchool Citrus accepts students ages 18-23.

No, there is no specific time period that needs to pass for the student to complete an enrollment application with us at MYcroSchool Citrus.

MYcroSchool Citrus does not provide traditional school bus like the Citrus County School Board. However, the Citrus County Transit has partnered with us to provide each student with transportation to MYcroSchool Citrus. Once the student is enrolled and attending MYcroSchool Citrus, he or she fills out an application with the Citrus County Transit to receive a free bus pass for the Orange Line that is good for two years. Plus, students can use it to ride anywhere the Orange Line provides service.

We accept enrollment applications year round. A registration packet can be downloaded here and brought to the office. Once the enrollment application is received, the student is contacted with the date of our New Student Orientation date. New Student Orientation is mandatory and the student must attend prior to their first day of class with us.

If prior to enrolling at MYcroSchool Citrus the student was enrolled at Renaissance Center, we contact Renaissance Center and their zone school to receive approval for their enrollment at our school

Once MYcroSchool Citrus receives student records from their previous schools, we then review all transcripts to determine what courses the student needs to complete to obtain their high school diploma. The student will then be scheduled in courses needed to complete their high school diploma. We also make sure that any state testing that is needed is done within the timeline given by Florida’s Department of Education.

The student completes the enrollment application and submits it to our office. An administrative representative will call the student for mandatory New Student Orientation. They attend orientation and begin classes as soon as possible. Based on student records that we receive, the student would be placed in courses that are needed to successfully complete their high school diploma. Any state testing that the student needs to complete will be done within the timeline given by Florida’s Department of Education. As the student completes courses, they are placed in the next course needed. The course program that we utilize is available online for the student to access while they are here in class and while they are home. While in school, they have certified teachers available to assist them with the courses they are enrolled in. As an added feature, the online program we use has a help button that the students can use to get help while they are working from home. (It’s a red HELP button that the student clicks on within the program. Once clicked, a teacher appears who can give them the assistance they need.) once the student has completed all required courses, passed all state tests and has obtained the required 2.0 GPA, they are eligible for a Florida high school diploma.