|The Athletic Department will no longer be doing athletic packets. Parents will be required to click the link below to register your children. You will be filling out the code of conduct, medical form and concussion forms. The physical form is the only paperwork that cannot be done online. If you have any questions, contact the Athletic Dept. at 812-354-8478 ext. 331 or ext. 317.
|Congratulations to Cheyanne Padgett for her 2nd place finish in the pole vault at the track sectional. Lillie Pancake finished 3rd in the pole vault. Both of these ladies will be advancing to the track regional competition. Good luck at Regional!
Congratulations to Jared McCord on defending his title in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles at the PAC Conference Championships. Gavin Boyd won the 300-meter hurdles. Jared McCord placed second in the high jump with a jump of 6 feet. Gavin Boyd placed first in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.10 seconds. Gavin Boyd, Adam Wilkison, Jaylon Owens and Dalton Riley placed second in the 400 meter relay with a time of 44.9 seconds. Baron Earley placed third in the pole vault with an 11 foot jump. The boys track and field team finished in 7th place overall at the PAC Conference meet.
Cheyanna Padgett tied for second in pole vault with an 8 feet 6 inch leap in the PAC Track Conference Championships. Erika Hendrixson placed second in the long jump. Taylor Deffendoll placed third in the high jump with a leap of 4 feet 10 inches. The girls' track and field team finished 8th overall at the PAC Conference meet.
Pike Central Welding students participated in the Patoka Valley Vocational Cooperative Welding Technology Program and brought home First Place Team and 5 individual trophies on April 28, 2016 from the 38th Annual Midwest Team Welding Tournament held at J. Everett Light Career Center.
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Congratulations to the following students who were chosen by their classmates as Senior Superlative winners:
Most Likely to Succeed: Noah Benson & Ivy Sullivan
Best Dressed: Ty Hickey & Katherine Young
Most Involved: Noah Croak & Kaylee Gray
Best Athlete: Tyler Toopes & Alyx Abbott
Class Clown: Levi Tryon & Lindsey Davis
Most Changed since Freshmen Year: Alex Tredway & Whitney Hartke
Most School Spirit: Noah Croak & Kaylee Gray
Best Smile: Jacob Steineker & Kirstin Asbell
Worst Case of Senioritis: Cordale Kenley & Shelby Keith
Most Talented: Logan Ferguson & Kailee Russell
Best Friends: The Squad-Noah Croak, Tyler Toopes, Levi Tryon, Kyle Robling, Noah Benson & Ty Hickey, Kailee Russell & Alex Baumgart
Pike Central Vocational Welding students through the Patoka Valley Vocational Cooperative swept the top three places at the Skills USA Welding Contest. Forest Park Senior Ken Jochem placed first; Pike Central Senior Eli Loveland placed second: and Forest Park Senior Travis Jacob placed third. Click here to read the full article on the competition.
Congratulations to the English, Math & Science Academic teams on their 3rd place finishes at the North Knox Academic Bowl. The Fine Arts and Interdisciplinary teams both finished 4th at this competition.
Congratulations to Madison Scott & Chase Davis on being named Prom Prince & Princess. Samantha Halbrader & Eli Loveland were named Prom King & Queen.
Pike Central's Precision Machining students competed in the Skills USA state competition in Indianapolis on 4/15/16. Noah McCain placed first. He won a machinist toolbox, machinist tools and a $2500 scholarship to VU. Nick Lane placed third and won an assortment of machinist tools. Also competing were Caleb Miller and Logan Schmitt.
Pike Central's Precision Machining students competed in the 3rd annual STEM Challenge for regional high school students. The competition was held at Oakland City University on 4/08/16. The competition is designed to motivate interest in science, technology, engineering and math. it is also geared to assist student sin understanding the importance of teamwork and communication in the workplace. These skills are vital to our regional economy. Eight regional companies designed an activity to provide a real-world business challenge that encompassed the skills needed in our work environment.
Prizes were awarded for each business challenge and the top three overall winners.
Pike Central Precision Machining team A scored 1st place in the business challenge presented by Kimball Electronics Jasper, and 2nd place in the challenge presented by Meade-Johnson. The team consisted of Seniors, Madelyne Hughes and Nick Lane from Pike Central, and Logan Schmitt and Noah McCain from Jasper High School. Other challenges were presented by Toyota, Farbest Foods, University of Evansville, ATTC, Matrix, and USI/OCU.
The German ACP Class won 1st place again in the IU German Theater Competition. Breyton Booker also placed 1st for best in German language. Congratulations to the team and all their hardwork that was put into producing this film. This competition has been in existence for 3 years and Pike Central has won it each year.
Congratulations to Tyler Toopes on being named the MVP of the HBCA All Star Classic. Tyler scored 25 points and had 12 rebounds as his team won 131-121. Great job, Tyler!
Congratulations to the Biomedical Innovations class for receiving the Pike County Economic Development Corporation's "Thinking Outside the X-Box" Award for Best Youth and Business Involvement.
Great job to the Pike Central Riley Dance Marathon Committee and the Pike Central Student Government on a successful Riley's Dance Marathon. Last year we had 68 participants and raised $7,730.14, this year we had 193 participants and the students raised $16,408.23. Love our Chargers and community on a job well done!
Congratulations to PC Boy's Basketball Coach Jason Roach on being named the Southwest Indiana Coach of the Year, as well as Tyler Toopes for being named to the All Southwest Indiana 1st team by the Courier & Press.
Congratulations to Tyler Toopes on being named to the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Senior Honorable Mention Team. Gabe Elliott was named to the Underclass Honorable Mention Team. Great job!
Congratulations to the Winter Percussion Team on advancing to the State competition. They will be performing on April 2nd at Terre Haute.
Congratulations to the BPA members who competed at the State BPA Competition.
Kaylee Gray finished 3rd in the Presentation Management Division and advanced to the National competition which will be held in Boston this year.
The following students competed and advanced to the finals in their divisions and placed in the top ten at state:
Bailey VanWinkle - Administrative Support Research Project
Ivy Capehart - Legal Office Procedures
Shelby Keith - Medical Office Procedures
Jacob Stieneker, Aaron Carlise and Sam Brandle - Broadcast News Production Team
Congratulations to the Fine Arts Academic Team on their 2nd place finish at a recent competition. Team members are Rachel Barrios, Erica Barrios and Ashley Brigham. The team is coached by Jeremy Ross.
Congratulations to Tyler Toopes on being named PAC Player of the Year and to the PAC All-Conference Team, Gabe Elliott on being named to the PAC All-Conference Boys Basketball Team and Colton White was named to the Honorable Mention Team.
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball Team on their 2016 Sectional Championship! Pike Central beat Jasper 49-47 to advance to Regional competition which will be held on Saturday, March 12th. Bryant Nalley was named MVP for the Championship game at sectional. Congratulations to Coach Roach, the coaching staff and all the players on a job well done.
Pike Central High School
1810 E State Road 56
Petersburg, IN 47567
Mr. Chad Whitehead
Mrs. Alicia Tharp
Mrs. Pep Young
812-354-8478 ext. 302
Mrs. Libby Willis
812-354-8478 ext. 309
Mr. Billy Hewig
812-354-8478 ext. 317
Ms. Andrea Blocker
812-354-8478 ext. 331
Mrs. Sonia Rainey
812-354-8478 ext. 310
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