Pike County Public Schools

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There are 5 public schools in Pike County, Indiana, serving 1,981 students.
Minority enrollment is 3% of the student body (majority Hispanic and Asian), which is less than the Indiana state average of 29%.
The student:teacher ratio of 14:1 is less than the state average of 17:1.

Pike County Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • Otwell Otwell Elementary School
    1869 North Sr 257
    OtwellIN 47564
    (812)354-2600
    179 students | Gr. PK-5                      
  • PetersburgPetersburg Elementary School
    1415 East Alford St
    PetersburgIN 47567
    (812)354-6876
    480 students | Gr. PK-5                      
  • PetersburgPike Central High School
    1810 East Sr 56
    PetersburgIN 47567
    (812)354-8478
    564 students | Gr. 9-12                      
  • PetersburgPike Central Middle School
    1814 East Sr 56
    PetersburgIN 47567
    (812)354-8478
    468 students | Gr. 6-8                      
  • WinslowWinslow Elementary School
    301 East Porter St
    WinslowIN 47598
    (812)789-2209
    290 students | Gr. PK-5                      

County Statistics

About This County (Pike) County Statistics (IN) State Statistics
Population (Approximate) 12,275 people 6,400,674 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 21% 20%
Median Household Income n/a $47,900
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