Welcome to Ninth Grade Academy!

  • Welcome to Pike County Ninth Grade Academy! We look forward to an exciting year as we embark on the journey of challenging our students to be innovative and creative through every aspect of their education.  We believe that 9th grade is a very important year, as it is the time when students have the opportunity to set a firm foundation for a successful high school career. We want to help each student identify their interests and goals, and to support them in obtaining required credits, so that their progression to the 10th grade is smooth and as meaningful as possible. The Ninth Grade Academy faculty and staff are committed to nurturing and developing confident students who are able to be successful at the high school level. We are glad you are here!


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NGA Student Spotlight

  • Pirate of the Week: Gracie Martin 


    Congratulations to Gracie Martin, our Pirate of the Week! Gracie was selected by Ms. Washington.

    Ms. Washington wrote, "Gracie is an absolute pleasure to have in my math class. She comes to class each and every day ready and willing to learn. She asks great questions when she wants a deeper understanding of topics that we are working on. Not only does she care about her own learning, but she also is always the first one that is willing to help others in her class. She often will have a solid understanding of the material that we are working on and instead of taking the time when she is finished with an assignment to work on something for herself, she instead takes the time to help others. Her willingness to help and sweet disposition make her peers comfortable to ask for her help and trust that she is leading them in the right directions."

    Our partner in education, Mr. Alex Smith of Life Springs Church, provided Gracie with a hat donated by Aves.

    Gracie, thank you for helping to make NGA such a special place!
     Pirate of the Week: Gracie Martin
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  • Proof of Residency

    Parents/Guardians must provide proof of residency when students are in K, 3rd, 6th, and 9th grade or when there is a question concerning residency.  We will not begin to collect these until the first week of school.

    Acceptable Proofs of Residency are current (within 30 days) utility bills (power, propane, phone, water, cable/satellite, trash pickup), notarized lease, and rental agreement. Utility bills need to show your street address as receiving service and may not be over 30 days old. If you live with someone else, and the bills are in their name, they will need to come with you to fill out an Affidavit of Residence, bring two acceptable Proofs of Residence, and provide I.D.

    You may send current proof of residency with your child beginning the first week of school.  We will photocopy and give the originals back to your student.  Or, feel free to bring them to the front office when school begins. 

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