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Our Mission:. The mission of Phelps High School is to provide our students with the educational and learning experiences they need to be successful in life. We plan to achieve this through visionary leadership, sound fiscal management, high expectations, and individualized instruction in a safe, orderly, and positive school climate. Today's Learners, Tomorrow's Leaders" with everyone taking responsibility for successful achievement.
Our Vision:. A caring, positive, and successful environment exists among the staff and student body of Phelps High School. With all stakeholders working together we will continue to be "Today's Learners, Tomorrow's Leaders. About The School. From the Beginning. Phelps High School is a small, geographically isolated school located in the remote easternmost part of Pike County, KY, in the coal fields of the Appalachian Mountains.
Formal education in the Peter Creek and Phelps area began with a one-room elementary school. The earliest school in the immediate area was conducted in the Old Free School House located near the road in front of the present Presbyterian Church. This building, housing gradeswas destroyed by fire in the early 's. Inthe Matthew T. Scott Jr. Academy and Industrial School, under the direction of Reverend Alfred Erickson, a Princeton graduate, opened for classes.
This school, which was composed of three buildngs - a domestic science building, a dormitory and a classroom building for academic purposes - was located on the hillside in Phelps where the Dollar General Store is now located. Although it was a boarding school, students from the community also attended. The first graduating class in was composed ot two Ladies want real sex KY Phelps 41553. The first Phelps High School, a brick structure, was located on the campus of the former Phelps Elementary School near the hillside.
It was constructed by the Pike County Board of Education in and was destroyed by fire in Classes were conducted in small wooden buildings until the new high school, which housed Phelps Elementary School from untilwas completed in Groundbreaking for the current Phelps High School was done on Nov.
The McCoy Athletic Center, which houses the gymnasium, was completed in and donated to the community by Joseph and Leonard McCoy hometown coal operators and philanthropists. PES was opened in the school year with the students from Majestic-Knox Creek Elementary School ing them in after their school was closed due to maintainence issues. Unfortunately, the Class of will be known as the first group of seniors to graduate without ever playing a football, baseball or softball game on a home field.
The process of building a sports complex to house those fields on the site of the old elemetary school has been a long, slow process with actual demolition of the buildings on that site not taking place until late October. We can now see progress and hope that everything proceeds smoothly going forward so our students can regain a 'home-field advantage' in the near future! The majority of the students who attend PHS live in the hollows created by the beautiful Appalachian mountains.
Students living in the outermost part of the PHS service area travel in excess of 20 miles, one way, to attend school. On the narrow two-laned state highway, heavy with coal-truck traffic, the bus trip usually takes 45 minutes.
This isolation creates many of the barriers that our students face. While the geographic isolation creates unique obstacles for the students, PHS works diligently to find ways to address them. Various programs are in place to help the students overcome the educational obstacles they encounter on a daily basis. The student population is comprised of students beginning of November. Total population by gender:. Grade 7 - 33 males; 29 females 62 total. Grade 8 - 14 males; 25 felmales 39 total.
Grade 9 - 27 males; 32 females 59 total. Grade 10 - 28 males; 31 females 59 total. Grade 11 - 22 males; 20 females 42 total. Grade 12 - 30 males; 20 females 50 total. Ethnicity Breakdown:.
Phelps Elementary School is the only feeder school and is located on the same campus as Phelps High School. H igh expectations will A chieve W orld class K nowledge and S uccess.
Pike County Central High School, located approximately five miles northeast of the city of Pikeville, has a current enrollment of students. The extensive campus consists of a main building that contains 47 modern and technologically equipped classrooms, four computer labs, a library, and a large gymnasium capable of accommodating numerous attendees.
This centrally located educational facility is fully accredited by the Kentucky Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Its mission, a commitment to provide students with the skills and knowledge they will need to be successful on a local and global scale, is aptly reflected in the school vision statement.
Our school takes great pride in our academic achievements during prior years and in the consistent, ificant improvements that we experience annually due to a relevant curriculum, a success-oriented faculty, and the institution of innovative programs, such as CSI and Read The average school ACT score is currently a Overall, the school population is predominately Caucasian, although we do have a range of ethnically diverse students that is increasing yearly. Our school works in close conjunction with North Point Academy for students that are at risk for not graduating on time.
Also on campus is our Family Resource Center for servicing those economically disadvantaged students that require supplemental materials or personal items. On campus there are currently three administrators, two guidance counselors, one school librarian, and a certified staff of 41 educators who are wholly committed to mentoring and guiding all of our students towards social maturity and intellectual excellence, as well as ensuring a successful transition from high school to the world community.
Sixty-eight percent of the teachers that work at Pike Central have a Masters Degree or greater and the average years of teaching experience is currently Pike Central's student-to-teacher ratio is Pike Central is a true professional learning community with a variety of component teams and committees in place, such as our schools based decision making committee, our instructional leadership team, CSI team, PLC overview committee, writing team, special needs action committee, safe schools committee, faculty culture committee, program review team, CASL committee, writing team, and chemical hygiene team.
Pike Central offers a rigorous curriculum that includes five Advanced Placement classes, and, through a partnership with Morehead State University, the University of Pikeville and the Big Sandy Technical and Community Colleges, students may enroll in college courses and receive college credit while attending high school.
In addition, students in good standing can also elect to attend the Belfry Area Technology Center and earn training for future certification in technical and vocational fields. On campus, technology is embedded into daily classroom instruction through various modalities, with the continued procurement and effective usage of cutting-edge technology a primary goal of our school.
There are 38 clubs and organizations that provide students an opportunity to participate in several service learning projects. During the school year there were four Pike Central Governor's Scholars chosen, and 1 student was selected for the highly prestigious Governors School for the Arts. Because student safety is paramount, Pike Central has instituted a of effective strategies to ensure that our campus is a "safe" zone for students to learn and thrive.
All staff members are ased deated areas before, during, and after school to supervise student activities and potential risk factors. A broad array of security cameras are located inside and outside the school to help monitor all activities twenty-four hours a day, and new camera systems are being integrated as quickly as funding allows. The parking lot is gated, locked, and monitored during the morning and evening by faculty and administration.
The only vehicles allowed on our campus except for visitors must have a current parking permit affixed to the rear view mirror for identification purposes. Eligible students are randomly drug tested in accordance with board policy and federal law, and the staff receives annual training and updates on drug use awareness provided as a public service from the Kentucky State Police. Pike County Central High School, home of the Hawks, has traditionally been and will consistently strive to be the academic leader among high schools in Pike County.
Its various stakeholders are irrevocably committed to ensuring that its students are intellectually and academically prepared to continue their education at institutions of higher learning so that they may compete nationally and globally. The school's overall guide, its Comprehensive School Improvement Plan, was created and adopted to serve as a blueprint for further improvement, addressing areas such as student achievement and culture, both necessary components of continued success.
Valley Elementary School is the largest school in Pike County serving just under students. We are located 10 miles south of the city of Pikeville on Highway For many years, the former schools that made up Valley Elementary had been high performing schools, and now that we, staff and students, are in our new building, it is our earnest desire to continue that tradition.
Valley Elementary has over 50 certified staff members and over 60 classified members.
Valley, having gone through a major transition over the last three years, has shown notable improvement. Our middle school has gone from a school of need in to one of the top middle schools in the region. Our elementary school currently ranks at the top among the 15 elementary schools in Pike County. Overall, Valley Elementary ranks in the 98th percentile among all schools in the state of Kentucky.
Valley Vision Statement. Valley Elementary School will create an environment that will develop life-long learners enabling them to become productive members of society. Our mission involves bridging the gap between teachers and students in hopes of creating an environment of respect and caring on both an instructional and a personal level. Students are.
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S uccess for All! School Enrollment. About Our School. Our school is located approximately twenty miles south of our county seed, Pikeville. Dorton School encompasses grades K Additionally, one head start unit is located within our school. Based on the K-PREP state testing, Dorton Elementary received the rating of a Distinguished school also earning the title of School of Distinction in both elementary and middle school.
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