The following FAQs offer quick and easy insight into how Pike County operates. To learn more about the Pike County District, visit our about page. You can also view recent news and announcements, download our mobile app for automated updates, and follow us on social media.
The Pike County School system was founded in the mid-1900s as one of the first major public school systems in South Georgia. Today, Pike County boasts a student population of over 3,500 a graduation rate of over 95%, and one of the most successful public Pre-K to 12th Grade curriculums in the country.
Pike County’s school operations are managed by the Superintendent, while long-term financial and strategy-related decisions are overseen by the Pike County Board of Education. Pike County’s front offices, which is managed separately from each of the individual schools, is run by an independent team of administrators.
Each individual school in our system is managed by a Principal and Assistant Principal(s), along with teams of educators and paraprofessionals. Across our entire system, Pike County employs nearly 500 educational staff members.
The average teacher to student ratio across all Pike County schools is approximately 1:8. However, with all faculty members and school administrators included, the ratio is closer to 1:6.
Pike County educates 3,300-3,600 students each year, and employs approximately 500 educators and paraprofessionals to teach them.
You may follow this link to our registration page to begin the process of registering your new student(s) in a Pike County school. Requirements may vary by school and grade, so be sure to check the specific steps outlined on this page or contact our offices if you have a question.
You can follow us on social media, check out our news and announcements page, or download our mobile app to receive regular and automated alerts. Each of these channels is routinely updated with school news, health and safety alerts, and important info about student grades. For more info about school events, you can also view our school calendar.
Student grades are managed through our 3rd party portal and can be accessed online or through our mobile app. You must have a school-provided username and login ID to access this information. Contact our offices if you are a student or parent of a student and this info has not been provided to you.
For high school seniors, you can request a formal transcript for college and scholarship applications by using this form on our high school website.
Pike County is always willing to review new job and volunteer applications! To view a list of available job openings, check our careers page. To submit a volunteer application, visit our volunteers page. Submitting applications is easy and we will typically be in touch within 5-7 business days of your submission.