• Alert: Pike High School Registration is on Wednesday, July 24 from 12:00pm - 7:00pm (School pictures, IDs, and class lists will be given). Freshman Orientation is on Thursday, July 25 at 9:00am starting in the Pike Performing Arts Center.
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Pike High School presents...
“Advanced Placement 2019-2020 - What’s Changing? ”

Welcome Back! We hope you’ve had an enjoyable and relaxing summer. This school year, the AP® Program is introducing new resources and processes designed to help students earn college credit and placement. We will be hosting 3 sessions to learn about these changes to help you prepare. It is highly recommended that you attend one of these sessions so that you’ll know what to expect. This meeting is geared for parents/guardians and students taking AP classes for this school year.

Please mark your calendars:
1. Wednesday, July 24, 2019—12:30-1:30pm or 5:30-6:30pm(10-12th grade in PHS Main Gym)

2. Thursday, July 25, 2019—right after the opening Orientation Presentation (9th grade only in the PPAC)

If you have any questions, please contact Danielle Vohland at:
317-216-5437 or dvohland@pike.k12.in.us #pikeproud

Youth Basketball Coaches Clinic PYBL Banner

You are invited to a free Youth Basketball Coaches Clinic.   The purpose of this Clinic is to provide live training for volunteers who are interested in coaching youth basketball.  This clinic is conducted by Pike High School Girls Head Coach Scott White and his staff, with assistance from the varsity team. 

     As the Pike Youth Basketball League continues to grow, we must recruit new coaches for the 4th to 6th Grade Girls Division.  We also need coaches for the 3rd - 4th Grade Boys Division and the 5th - 6th Grade Boys Division.  The clinic provides hands-on training and support to new coaches and returnees.  During the session Coach White will teach fundamentals like passing, dribbling, layups and jump shots.  He will also showcase defensive and offensive drills that can make your practice plan more productive. 

 

Onsite Registration & Enrollment Opportunity Enrollment/Reg 2019

We are proud to offer all of our new and returning students the opportunity to register and enroll online. However, if you are a Pike Township resident who has not registered or enrolled your child for the 2019-20 school year and would prefer to do so onsite, we would like to invite you to attend a Registration/Enrollment Event at your child's home school.

  

ENROLL NOW!!!!! Pike ELC pic

Pike residents, don’t miss the chance to have your 3 or 4-year old participate in our Early Childhood Program! We are proud to offer children authentic opportunities to learn in a brand new state-of-the-art facility at an affordable rate.

The $165 a week fee includes breakfast, lunch, before and after care, and an incredible opportunity to learn through play and exploration. The extraordinary academic experiences your child will receive in our high-quality program will provide them with the strong social, emotional, and academic foundation needed for future success.

Key Information:
School Hours: 8:50 a.m. to 3:50 p.m.
Before & After Care Included – Drop your child off as early as 6:30 a.m. and pick them up as late as 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $165 a week (CCDF Accepted)
Call: (317) 388-7840

Pike High School Registration/Freshman Kick-off Pike High School

Pike High School will have registration on Wednesday, July 24 from 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm for all returning students to Pike Township (including incoming 9th graders to the high school).  During this time, each student will be able to get their school picture, ID, and class list for the Fall 2019 school year.

We will also have a Freshman Kick-Off/Orientation on Thursday, July 25.  We will start in the Pike Performing Arts Center at 9:00 am and transition to tours of the PFC.  All incoming freshmen must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Best High School for Sports in Indiana sportstalk.com

"Every level of sports has made great strides over the years, but perhaps no level has made a bigger jump than high school sports.

The United States has over 37,000 high schools, and broadcast access to games and events for some high schools rivals that of collegiate programs. Just think: Forty years ago, the NBA Finals were aired on tape delay. Now, you can stream a live junior varsity archery contest between high school teams.

With this increased exposure to high school sports, a bigger spotlight has been placed on athletic programs which are a cut above the rest. Some schools have dominant teams in many different sports. Others specialize in just one or two sports.

We have compiled a list of the top high school sports programs by state, plus Washington, D.C. The sports they specialize in include everything from football to swimming to rugby to crew. The criteria emphasized state and national championships above all else, but it also took into account all-time wins, record streaks and collegiate/Olympic/professional athletes produced."

-stadiumtalk.com

Pre Collegiate Initiative Helps Students Soar Pike HS Pre-Collegiate Initiative logo

The Pike Pre Collegiate Initiative program is proud to announce that Pike students, Yamiley Alphonse, Kaia Moody, Ruth Obadeyi, have been awarded LSAMP Scholarships from Texas Southern University.  LSAMP is an academic excellence program designed for outstanding high school students who are interested in pursuing degrees in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.  This scholarship is sponsored and funded by the National Science Foundation. 

International Baccalaureate International Baccalaureate logo

Pike High School (PHS), an International Baccalaureate World School since 2006, offers the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme to our students. This program is currently available at only twenty other Indiana high schools.  It is recognized throughout the world as a premier, pre-university program with a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum in which a college-bound student can participate. The IB Diploma Programme courses are offered in 11th and 12th grade only, but students will prepare for the program by participating in our PHS Pre-IB (Honors/AP) classes that are offered in the 9th and 10th grade. Universities will give some form of college credit for IB courses depending on the final score and exam, similar to the AP exam scores.  Please click on the links down below to learn more about this prestigious program.