About Pike County High School
Pike County High School was built in 1955 on what is now our Pre-K campus. Our current campus opened in April of 1994. The student population at the high school is approximately 1,000, including students in grades ten through twelve. Our mission is to develop creative problem solvers ready for college and career. Our purpose is to prepare our students for college and careers that challenge them intellectually and develop them into creative problem-solvers. We strive to do this by providing quality instruction for our students and providing them with opportunities to dual enroll through the Griffin Region College and Career Academy.
What Makes Us Unique?
Creating Diverse Opportunity
Pike County is focused on the success of every student in our district. This means enabling students to follow a range of different paths and not subjecting them to “cookie cutter” curriculums. We pride ourselves on fostering the skillsets of a diverse and multifaceted student body.
We do this by providing specialty courses, curriculums, and experiences that range from computing and technology to farming and mechanics. Our goal is to ensure that by the time our students graduate, they have a strong understanding of what their skillsets, passions, and goals are.
Enabling Career Success
By encouraging critical thinking and diverse experiences among our students, we enable them to strongly set forth into their adulthood and succeed independently as they enter college, join the workforce, and become contributing members to our society.
More About Our Mission
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE BEHIND PIKE COUNTY'S EDUCATIONAL STRATEGY?
We want all students to be free to live the life they choose, free from limitations and influence. We believe that true freedom begins in the mind with independent and well-reasoned thought. Our mission is to help each student learn and grow throughout their early lives in order to attain their intellectual independence, which will ultimately enable them to excel as they enter into careers and citizenship. Want to learn more? Ask us a question using this simple form.
Our Portrait of a Graduate
WHAT SKILLSETS & VALUES DO PIKE COUNTY'S GRADUATES POSSESS?
Pike County’s Portrait of a Graduate consists of five core competencies: Critical Thinking, Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, and Personal Responsibility . These competencies are necessary for a student’s success in college, in their career, and and in their overall lives. The Portrait of a Graduate serves as the District’s “North Star” with regards to how we structure our curriculum. Watch our video series for more info.