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PCHS Class of 2016 Graduation Video

June 10, 2016 Pamlico County Schools for the first time, streamed the Pamlico County High School Graduation live on Youtube.  The link below is a recording of the Graduation Ceremony.

Principal's Message

Dear students, staff, parents, community members, and friends,

It is with extreme pleasure and with great pride that I write to you about my expectations for our PCHS family. Our school is filled with students and staff who are intelligent, outgoing, and very positive. My goal is to continue to improve. I know, without a doubt, that we have the people in place to do great things. I want our students to separate themselves from the average student and shoot for more. We have many that are already doing great things and some that are trying. My goal is for every student to KNOW that they can do great things. I do not want my students to settle for average. They will know this and they will do great things because we believe in them. We strive to be a positive place where learning and teaching takes priority. We will make mistakes and there will be things that we can all do better, however, with the support of you and the hard work from our folks in the building, good things WILL happen. I want all of us to take pride in being a Hurricane and take pride in the fact that they are graduates from PCHS. To make these goals a reality, I have purposely made myself available. If you have a question, concern, or just need to talk, I am here for you. With communication, we can accomplish greatness. Thank you for all of your support, take care, and as always, GO CANES!

Student Parking Passes

Parents and students, please note that students driving vehicles to PCHS must have a parking sticker when parking in the student parking lot or they will receive a parking ticket.  Violators are presently being issued citations for not having a parking sticker.  You can purchase these in the Main Office at PCHS.

Students' Handbook

Please read this year's edition of the PCHS Student Handbook.  You are accountable for knowing your rights and responsibilities as a PCHS student. 

Opportunity for Summer Employment

Please complete this application if you are interested in working with the Pamlico County Summer Reading Camp Program.

Congratulations PCHS Symphonic Band

Congratulations to the Pamlico County Symphonic Band.  They just returned from Washington DC where they participated in a National Music Festival with other groups from all over North America.

The other groups were from, Tennessee, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio, Florida, California, and Ontario, Canada.

Only bands with a Superior Rating from the previous year were invited to be a part of this festival, and the band once again earned a Superior Rating by Unanimous Decision from the judges.

A Superior is the highest rating a band can receive and now the band has earned a Superior two years in a row.  It has not been confirmed yet, but that may be the first time that has happened at PCHS.

We also had 3 Students who were selected by audition to be a part of the Honors Symphony Orchestra made up from all of the other groups participating.  David Baumgartner, Aaron Bennett and Mason Caroon were all selected to be a part of that ensemble, and Aaron Bennett was recognized at the final concert as one of the soloists in the Honors Orchestra.

We are so very proud of all of the Pamlico County Symphonic Band Students.



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