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.
A BIG Thank You to our Pikeville High School Alumni for donating four Maroon park benches and a bicycle rack to PHS for our students to use for many years to come.
Pikeville High School will be hosting an informational meeting for parents and community members on the topic of E-cigarettes, vaping, and Juuling on Thursday, Nov. 1st from 6:30-7:30 in the PHS Library.
This has become a nation-wide problem with students using them in and outside of schools. Because of their sleek design and resemblance to USB drives, Juul products are easy for students to conceal and use in school — sometimes even in the middle of class. (Juuls also produce less smoke than many similar devices, making them even more discreet.) Please join us for an hour to learn about this growing problem in our nation's schools and neighborhoods on November 1st at 6:30 pm.
The Family Resource and Youth Service Center will be providing assistance to families for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
If you are in need of assistance for a student at Pikeville Elementary please contact Amanda Hartsock at 432-4196 or email@example.com. For a student at Pikeville High School please contact Elisha Justice at 432-0185 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave a voicemail and we will return your call as soon as possible.
Assistance is given based on donations the Center receives. All items are distributed on a first come first serve basis, although, we make every effort to serve everyone that applies.
Please be prepared to give clothing sizes, number of persons in the household, and a few items your child would like to receive. Parents are responsible for picking up items on the date they are assigned.
Information must be received by October 17, 2018 to be eligible for services.
Senior Zach Akers is getting a head start on a career in law enforcement thanks to the EKU online dual credit program in Criminal Justice. Zach is taking two college courses online this semester through Eastern Kentucky University: Introduction to Criminal Justice and Police & Crime. Next semester, he will be taking Corrections and Criminal Investigations.
Zach also receives these courses tuition free due to a dual credit scholarship he qualifies for based on his GPA and ACT score. Interested juniors or seniors could still sign up for courses second semester. See the PHS guidance office for more information.
Infinite Campus is changing its mobile app. Campus Portal will soon no longer be supported. The new apps for Infinite Campus will be Campus Parent and Campus Student which are available now on the App Store or Google Play.
Pikeville High School is pleased to congratulate Jonathan Hunter Ford as a National Merit Scholar Commended student. Hunter Ford is the son of Jonathan Ford and Christie Wood of Pikeville, Kentucky. He is a member of the Academic Team, National Honor Society, Student Council, Beta Club, and the Kentucky Youth Assembly. Hunter also assists the PHS football team and PHS track and field. Hunter is also a 2018 Governor’s Scholar. He plans to major in Biology and hopes to attend the University of Kentucky.
Each year, Pikeville Elementary shares their appreciation and love with grandparents/grandfriends in honor of Grandparents Day. Pikeville Elementary celebrated Grandparents/Grandfriends day on Thursday, 9/13 and Friday, 9/14. The event was a success with over 720 grandparents/grandfriends sharing lunch with their grandchild/grandfriend.
The PHS National Honor Society held its' 2018 Induction Ceremony at the PHS Alumni Auditorium on Wednesday, September 12. During the ceremony, 25 new members were inducted.
Today, officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of 16,000 semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program selected from the 1.2 million students who took the PSAT in Fall 2017. These academically talented high school seniors have the opportunity to compete for more than 31 million dollars in scholarship funds. This is the most prestigious and elite scholarship competition in the country. Pikeville High School is fortunate enough to have our 5th semi-finalist since 2012—Cami Gaunt.
Teens Who Care UNITEd distributed goody bags to our police officers and first responders today on 9/11.
PHS would like to say Thank You to our Pikeville City Fire and Police Departments for helping us successfully conduct our safety drills for the beginning of the school year. They are both incredible teams that our city is fortunate to have for our safety!
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 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.