About Pike County

District Information

  • Pike County is a Georgia Public School System located 60 miles south of Atlanta, serving 3,400 students in Pre-kindergarten through Grade 12.  Developing Creative Problem Solvers ready for college and career through a focus on critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration, is our mission.  We believe success in the 21st century depends less on what you know, and more on what you can do.

     

    Mission Statement

    Developing Creative Problem-solvers Ready for College and Careers.

     

    Vision

    Creating Schools that Students Love.

     

     Operating Principles

    • Given appropriate instruction, time, and resources, all children can demonstrate high levels of critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration.
    • The instructional climate must intentionally promote the development of students' personal responsibility (soft skills, executive functioning, and metacognition) in a caring and supportive environment.
    • Standardized test scores are but one measure of a student's educational progress; more important is what students can do with the knowledge and skills they acquire.
    • Today's students are digital natives, so technology must be ubiquitous in our schools.
    • All students deserve a rigorous learning environment
  • Portrait of a Graduate Portrait of a Graduate

    Pike County's Portrait of a Graduate is an interactive infograph that embodies out district's educational strategy. It includes six intertwined goals that we understand make for well-rounded students, ready for college and their careers.

     


     

Announcements

  • PCHS recognized Brian Gales as the class of 2019 valedictorian. Here the Podcast with Brain here.

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  • Lynda Ever PCHS recognized Lynda Ever as the Class of 2019 Salutatorian.

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  • The Pike County Board of Education is soliciting comments and input regarding the proposed 2020-2021 school year.  The Board will vote on the final calendar at the regular meeting on June 11, 2019.  Please send all comments via email to the Deputy Superintendent.

     

    Proposed School Calendar 2020-2021

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  • Goal Thermometer

     

    Since May 2018, $7,635.79 has been raised for teacher innovation grants through the Round-Up Program.  Thank you, Freshway Market and Manager Steve Ward!!

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