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School Closure Update

Governor Kemp has issued an executive order closing all K-12 schools in Georgia through the remainder of this school year.

Free Meals Provided by McDonald's of Blackshear

Beginning Thursday, March 26th, Pierce County students will begin receiving these specific BOG cards for a free meal with the meals provided by the school district.

Student Feeding Plan Update

Pierce County Schools will resume meal delivery, tomorrow, Thursday, March 26.

CDC COVID-19 Fact Sheets in Several Languages

The CDC has developed Fact Sheets in several languages for parents and others regarding COVID-19.

Congratulations! Scholarship Recipients

Two of our seniors,  Hayley Peeples and Shaylynn Griffin have been selected for the prestigious Sullivan Scholarship! This scholarship provides a "full-ride" for these students as they pursue their dream of becoming a teacher.  The Sullivan Scholarship also provides incentives for these students to teach in rural Georgia after graduation by providing a stipend during their first years of teaching.  They will get tuition, fees, books, residence hall and meal ticket for the 4 years they area at VSU pursuing their teaching degree. The Dean of the College of Education and Human Services at VSU awarded these students with a VSU/Sullivan Scholar stole on March 7 to recognize them as Sullivan Scholars. Both PCHS students have already completed several hours of college credit through dual enrollment at PCHS and both have participated in the Teacher Education dual enrollment courses taught at PCHS. 

Census 2020 United State Census 2020

The 2020 Census is a count of all people in the United States.

PCHS Graduation Yard Sign Yard Sign

Show your friends and neighbors how proud you are of your soon-to-be graduating Senior by displaying a personalized yard sign. 

Pierce County High School has been named a 2019 National Blue Ribbon School! Congratulations Faculty and Students! Logo
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