The following FAQs offer quick and easy insight into how Pike County Middle School operates. To learn more about the history behind our school, visit our about page. If you’re looking for a specific form or menu, visit our Quick Links page. You can also download our mobile app for automated updates and view our news bulletin for recent activities at the schools.
Pike County schools 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 3,500, a graduation rate of 95%, and one of the most successful K-12 curriculums in the country.
At Pike County Middle School, we have been teaching students for over 70 years, but recently moved into a new campus in the early 2000s. Our student population of 6th-8th graders is 700-800, and we have approximately 100 teachers, educators, and paraprofessionals. We also have a professional administrative team, led by our Principal, Mike Maddox.
Pike County Middle School is managed by Principal Mike Maddox, along with a core team of office and education administrators. More than 100 teachers and educators staff the main classrooms and learning areas.
The Pike County School System’s daily operations are managed by the Superintendent, while the long-term financial and strategy related decisions are overseen by the Pike County board members. Pike County HQ, the central offices of the school system is run by a team of administrators.
At Pike County Middle School, the teacher-student ratio is ~7:1. Across all schools and grades within Pike County, including all faculty and administrators, the ratio is ~1:6.
You may follow this link to our registration page to begin the process of registering your student(s) at Pike County Middle School. Registration at Pike County schools must be handled through in-person appointments.