First Annual Sylvan Testing Seminar

First Annual Sylvan Testing Seminar

September 27, 2014

MGSC Campus

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Pulaski County Schools receive funding for after school and summer programs!

Pulaski County Schools receive funding for after school and summer programs!

Pulaski County Schools have been awarded 21st Community Learning Center (CCLC) funding for after school and summer programming. This grant will serve approximately 134 students in grades 1 – 12 with homework assistance, individual and small group tutoring, as well as fun, engaging enrichment activities. This program will meet Monday through Friday for two to three hours each afternoon. 


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Georgia Farm Bureau Agriculture Scholarship Program


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2014 College Probe Fair
The 2014 College Probe Fair will be at Perry High School on October 21, 2014.    Representatives from colleges, HOPE scholarship, on-line financial aid, and all branches of the military will be there to provide information.  Seniors who wish to attend should sign up in the guidance office and pick up a permission slip by 9/30/14.  Space is limited to the first 45 students to sign up; therefore, sign up early.  Students should go to the website – to receive a barcode so that reps will be able to scan each student's information more efficiently.   




Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Juniors and Seniors

Space is limited sign up early in the Guidance Office

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New Immunization Requirements for 7th Graders Read More
AES Scholarships Read More
Labels for Education

PCES is collecting Campbell's Soup Labels for Education.

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Classroom Expectations  HHS Classroom Expectations
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Hawkinsville High School
Hawkinsville High School has been in its current location since 1975. The enrollment is approximately 500 students in grades 9 – 12. We offer two programs of study – college preparatory and technical preparatory – which prepare our students to continue their education or to enter the workplace or military service. Some students also participate in postsecondary options at area colleges and technical colleges. Additional options are Youth Apprenticeship, Diversified Cooperative Training (DCT), and Community Based Instruction (CBI). These programs are work-based programs coordinated with local business partners. Our students also have many opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities in the areas of sports, clubs and service organizations, academic competition teams, literary events, band, and yearbook staff. Parent organizations such as PTO, Big Red Boosters, and Band Boosters provide strong support for our school. Academic programs, work opportunities, and extracurricular offerings provide our students with a comprehensive high school experience.
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School Phone Numbers  School Phone Numbers:   MAIN NUMBER:  478-783-7200

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