2018-2019 School Profile

It is our vision for children to develop lifelong Christian character through the integration of Biblical Worldview instruction, making them strong enough to withstand life’s challenges.

It is the mission of Citrus Park Christian School to connect children and families to Christ through Christian education.

School and Community
Citrus Park Christian School is a college preparatory school enrolling 350 students in PK3-12. The school opened in August 1983 and graduated its first class in the spring of 2001.

School Diversity
White – 56%
Black – 9%
Hispanic – 33%
Asian – 2%

College Board Code: 101693

Curriculum Information
Students must earn a total of 26 credits, fulfill community service hours requirement, take the SAT or ACT at least once, and earn a minimum GPA of 2.0

AP Courses include:
English Language, English Literature, Statistics, World History, Psychology

Dual Enrollment Courses include:
College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I and II, US History (2),Western Civilization (2), Fundamentals of Speech, Music Theory, Music Appreciation, Personal Finance, Intro to Business, Word Processing, Ethics in Business, Personal Communications

Honors Courses include:
English I-IV, World Literature, Algebra I and II, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, World History, US History,Government, Economics, Biology, Physical Science, Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology, Physics, Logic and Semantics, Spanish III, Art 2-D III

Vocational Courses:
Digital Info Technology, Digital Photography, Office Assistant, Culinary 1,2,3, Teacher Aide

Grading System
A 90-100
B 80-89
C 70-79
D 60-69
F 59-0

Class Rank:
Class Ranking is based on weighted GPA through the 3rd quarter of the senior year. Honors classes receive an additional .5 per semester, Dual Enrollment and AP Classes receive an additional 1.0 per semester.

Class of 2018
There were 25 graduates in the Class of 2018

  • 10 earned 4.0 +
  • 10 earned 3.0-3.99
  • 5 earned 2.0-2.99

Post High School Placement:
There were 25 graduates in the Class of 2018

  • 69% to 4- year colleges/universities
  • 27% to 2 -year colleges
  • 4% to semi-pro sports team

Standardized Test Mean Scores

  • Critical Reading: 540
  • Math: 530


  • Composite: 25

The Class of 2018 won over $340,000 in scholarships including Bright Futures.
Florida Academic Scholars: 4
Florida Medallion Scholars: 3


Sports Offered

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cheer
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming – club
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

1st place in State for XC B/G
1st place individual in Tennis G
3rd place soccer B
1st place in State for Track B/G
1st place in Cheer

Contact Information

Academic Administrator: Karen Jeffers

Guidance Counselor: Charity Thompson