The mission of the Pike County Teaching and Learning Department is to promote excellence in teaching, improvement in student learning, and support for the community of teachers and their continued professional growth.


  • To improve student learning through standards-based instruction
  • To implement strategies, programs, and regulations that support the mandates of No Child Left Behind
  • To provide opportunities and resources for continued professional growth to ensure the improvement of instruction
  • HB 91 Eliminates Graduation Test and Adds Diploma Petition Procedures
    On March 31, 2015, Governor Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 91, which eliminates the Georgia High School Graduation Tests, the Georgia High School Writing Test, and their predecessors as requirements for earning regular high school diplomas. Former students who previously failed to achieve a passing score on one or more portions of the GHSGT or the GHSWT may petition the local board of education to receive a regular diploma. All other local and state requirements that were in effect when the student entered grade nine must have been met for the diploma to be awarded.
    A copy of the petition application may be found below. Completed petitions, along with copies of photo identification, should be returned as follows:

    In person at Pike County Schools BOE, 16 Jackson St., Zebulon, GA
    Via mail to Pike County Schools, ATTN: Director of Teaching and Learning, P.O. Box 386, Zebulon, GA 30295

    Pike County Schools Diploma Petition Form HB 91
  • Consolidated Local Education Agency Improvement Plan (CLIP)

    Attention all parents of students enrolled in Pike County Schools and community members:

    We need your input to continue improving our schools!

    Pike County Schools' Consolidated Local Education Agency Improvement Plan (CLIP) descriptors can be viewed by clicking here.

    The CLIP can also be accessed at the Pike County Board of Education. You may also contact Dr. Jenny Allison, Director of Teaching and Learning, for more information at 770-567-8489 or by email: allisoj@pike.k12.ga.us

    After reviewing the descriptors from the CLIP, click here to submit your comments or suggestions.

Teaching & Learning Information

The Pike County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of age, race/color, religion/creed, gender, national/ethnic origin, disability, or citizenship status in its educational programs, activities and employment.