The mission of the Pikeville Independent School District is to provide a meaningful, integrated education in a positive, nurturing environment to develop each student as a lifelong learner and a responsible citizen in a global community.
Pikeville Independent Schools will enter it’s 103rd year, with a new principal at the helm of Pikeville High School. The School-Based Decision Making Council hired Jason Booher as the next Instructional Leader of Pikeville High School.
Mr. Booher is a veteran educator of twenty-two years with experience spanning from rural, military, inner city, and independent school districts. He began his educational career as a mathematics teacher and later devoted seventeen years of his life to high school administration. He has spent the past four years serving as Assistant Principal and Athletic Director of PHS.
‘In any occupation or in life, our goal should always be to leave it better than you found it. That will be an incredible challenge at Pikeville High School since ACT scores are at an all-time high, all seniors graduating with a diploma in May are all enrolled at a college or university this month, and there is a waiting list of parents wanting to enroll their children for the upcoming school year. We look forward to Mr. Booher continuing to build on what Principal David Thomas has led at PHS the past four years.
Congratulations to our Middle School Academic Team for their performance in Governor's Cup Regional competition!
The PJHS Quick Recall team took first place at Regionals and will advance to State Governor's Cup in March. Members of the Quick Recall team include eighth graders Anaya Ali, Andrew Sandfer, Lucas Shepherd, Felicity Tan and Noah Thacker; seventh graders Christina Al Akhrass and Maddox Parsons; sixth graders Clint Goff, Aneesh Sharma Eli Tan.
Advancing to state in Science include first place winner Christina Al Akhrass, second place winner Noah Thacker and fourth place winner Aneesh Sharma.
Advancing to state in March in Social Studies include first place winner Noah Thacker and third place winner Clint Goff.
In Arts and Humanities, first place winner Christina Al Akhrass, second place winner Anaya Ali and third place winner Aastha Patel will advance to state.
First place winner Felicity Tan and fourth place winner Eli Tan will advance to state in Language Arts.
In Math, first place winner Aneesh Sharma and fourth place winner Maddox Parson will advance to state.
Third place winner Felicity Tan will advance to state in Composition.
Our Future Problem Solving Team placed third in Regionals. Team members include Dylan Street, Anaya Ali, Noah Howie, Fatima Amhad, Lucas Sheppard and Caedan Bartley.
Congratulations team and coaches Mrs. Ashley Estep, Mr. Jason Johnson and Mrs. Sherry Lane.
The ARI Student Senate Induction Ceremony was held on Thursday, August 17 in the Pike County Judicial Center. Districts from seventeen school districts in the region select one junior and one senior to represent their district. Pikeville High School student senate members for the 2017-18 school year include senior Haseeb Ahmad and junior Campbell Dawahare.
The ARI Student Senate is a student agency component of the U.S. Race to the Top Grant received by Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC). Student Senate members will work toward a more participatory role for students, as full partners in their education, through avenues of academics, community service, and school culture, focusing on themes of community health, economic development and energy.
The 57th annual Pikeville High School National Honor Society (NHS) induction took place on September 6, 2017, at 6:00 p.m., in the Pikeville Alumni Auditorium.
During the induction ceremony, NHS Sponsor Tom Asbury welcomed the guests and spoke briefly about the National Honor Society. NHS students are required to achieve high academic standards by maintaining a 3.5 unweighted grade point average; participate actively in community service projects and represent the four pillars of NHS including character, scholarship, leadership and service.