Before being named principal of Pike County High School, Mr. Huffstetler served as the principal of Pike County Elementary School, Director of School Improvement, Director of Teaching and Learning, and Assistant Principal of Pike County High School. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters from the University of Tennessee, with an EdS from Lincoln Memorial University.
Mrs. Osbolt began her career teaching in Oconee County before moving to Pike in 2002. She taught at Pike County Middle School and later served as Graduation Coach at the high school for 5 years before being named Assistant Principal. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Georgia and a Masters from Nova Southeastern University.
Pike County High School can be reached by connecting with our central administration office. You may find the appropriate contact information below.
331 Pirate Dr, Zebulon, GA 30295
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, and includes students in grades ten through twelve. Our mission is to develop creative problem solvers ready for college and career.