Seventeen students competed at the Pike County High School Virtual STEM Exhibition this year. This annual event allows our STEM students to showcase their scientific and agricultural research skills. This competition determines who will advance to the Griffin RESA Regional Science and Engineering Fair. It also allows for our students to receive feedback from judges who have expertise in the science or agriculture fields. We are proud to announce that five of our PCHS STEM students advanced to the regional level of competition, where they all placed second or third in their categories. Students pictured left to right are as follows: Aiden Potter, 2nd Place; Braylen Thompson, 2nd Place; Aabis Momin, 3rd Place; Landon Anderson, 3rd Place; and Jordan Crawford, 3rd Place.
Pike County manages a Georgia Public School System located 60 miles south of Atlanta. We serve 3,500+ students from Pre-K through Grade 12. Developing creative problem solvers is our core mission. We accomplish this by fostering an environment that promotes critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration.
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