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The mission of the Pikeville Independent School District is to provide a rigorous, relevant education in a positive, nurturing environment to develop each student as a lifelong learner and responsible citizen in a global community.
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Emily Altman selected for Governor's Scholar Program

Emily Altman, daughter of Jim and Julie Altman, was selected to participate in the 2014 Governor's Scholar Program.  Emily is a member of the PHS soccer team, dance team, Pep Club, Key Club, National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, PHS Student Council, Pike County Youth Leadership and Grace Baptist Youth Group. 

During her high school career, Emily was selected for PEPP at UPike, co-editor of PHS yearbook, Student Advisory Committee Class representative and Student Council class representative.  For the upcoming school year, Emily will be president of the Senior Class and Pep Club. 


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Vianna Le selected for Governor's Scholar Program

Vianna Le, the daughter of Hai Le and Lily Tran, was selected to particiapte in the 2014 Governor's Scholar program.  Vianna is a member of PHS Drama Club, Academic Team, Future Business Leaders of American, Key Club, Pride Club, Beta Club, Pep Club, National Honor Society Student Council, and Library Advisory Council. 

During her high school career, Vianna received the academic award in Art II, Presbyterian award and first place in Digital Design and Promotion at FBLA regionals.  Vianna plans to pursue a career in materials engineering. 


Noor Ali named Governor's Scholar

PHS Junior Noor Ali was one of three juniors named to participate in the 2014 Governor's Scholar program.  Noor Ali is the daughter of Dr. Ahsen and Munizeh Haider Ali.  She is a member of the PHS Academic Team, National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Student Council, Roger’s Scholar ambassador, Pike County Youth Leadership Council and Beta Club. 

During her high school career, Noor has earned numerous awards and achievements including first place in state in Quick Recall during her sophomore year, second place in state in Entrepreneurship in FBLA, the Susan B. Anthony Leadership Award, Presbyterian Award and Governor’s Scholar for Entrepreneurship her sophomore year.    During her senior year, Noor will be president of FBLA and Beta Club. 


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Pikeville Academic Team competes at State

Over 30 students and staff from Pikeville Independent participated, coached, scored, proctored and cheered at the 28th Annual Governor’s Cup Academic Competition held in Louisville on March 15-17.  This year marks the 28th year that Pikeville Junior/High School has been represented at the tournament. 

Both the junior high and high school teams competed in multiple fields including a single elimination Quick Recall Tournament (and we do mean Quick), individual subject testing, Individual Future Problem Solving and On-Demand Written Composition. 

In the high school division, Krishna Ammisetty placed second and Blaine McNulty place fifth in written composition and Ammad Mansoor placed eighth in social studies.  The Quick Recall Team advanced out of pool play and finished the tournament as semi-finalists. The high school team finished sixth place overall in the tournament.

The team coaches for the high school team are Tom Asbury, Bennett Stewart and Dawn Stewart.  The high school coaches would like to say farewell to this year’s seniors, Alex Malone, Patrick Cordero and Krishna Ammisetty and “May the wind always be at your backs.”


Pikeville Junior High Academic Team compete in 28th Annual Governor's Cup

Over 30 students and staff from Pikeville Independent participated, coached, scored, proctored and cheered at the 28th Annual Governor’s Cup Academic Competition held in Louisville on March 15-17.  This year marks the 28th year that Pikeville Junior/High School has been represented at the tournament. 

Both the junior high and high school teams competed in multiple fields including a single elimination Quick Recall Tournament (and we do mean Quick), individual subject testing, Individual Future Problem Solving and On-Demand Written Composition. 

Students ranking in the top ten of the state include for the middle school division eighth grader Ewa Sulicz who placed fourth in the state in Science testing with a score of 41 out of 50.  The Middle School Quick Recall team advanced out of pool play to compete in the top 24.

The junior high team is coached by Mrs. Sherry Lane and Mrs. Glenda Adkins.


Pikeville Elementary Academic Team Dominates Regionals

The Pikeville Elementary Academic Team dominated the Regional Governor’s Cup with a first place win in final standing scoring a total of 74 points, with the second place overall win walking away with 14 points.

Individual wins included first, second and third place wins in math with Jason Lin taking first, Colin Street taking second and Hunter Jones taking third place.  In Science, PES students took the first three places in Science with Wimeth Dissanayake earning first, Colin Street earning second and Tyler Varney earning third.  Again in Social Studies, PES students took the first three places, Aaron Smart, first, Jason Lin, second and Isaiah Huffman, third.  In Language Arts, Tyler Varney took first and Kelcie Adams took second.  In Composition, Hunter Jones earned first and David Mauer earned fifth.  In addition, Evan Kelley placed second, Sarah Belcher earned fourth and Christina Al Akhrass earned fifth in Arts and Humanities. 

Rounding out the competition were the PES Future Problem Solving and Quick Recall teams that both captured first place.  The Future Problem Solving team included Ethan Hager, Emily Gearheart, Allie Flenekin, Kelcie Adams and Noah Thacker.  The Quick Recall Team included Jason Lin, Colin Street, Wimeth Dissanayake, and Aaron Smart.

The team coaches are Kim Fields, Betty Brewer and Jeff Akers.  Congratulations to the entire PES academic team and their coaches.


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