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  • Please complete this Parent Survey.
    All parents should be encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey.
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  • Holiday Sale!
    Enter Promo Code HOLIDAY17 now through Dec. 23rd and save 15% on any order over $75.  Click on the image below to go to the PCHS Store.

About PCHS
Student Information
2017 8th Grade Night Information
  • Congratulations to Mr. Grodecki!
    Mr. Grodecki was chosen as the Putnam County Charter School System Teacher of the Year!

    Mr. Grodecki is a high school teacher and cross country coach in the Social Studies Department. This is his twelfth year teaching and his sixth year at PCHS. He is certified to teach U.S. History, American Government/Civics, Economics, World History, Psychology, and Gifted. He has also taught in Bibb County, Georgia, as well as in Arkansas and Florida. He received a B.A. in Social Science from Mount Saint Clare College in Clinton, Iowa and a M.Ed in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. He is a member of the Professional Association of Georgia Educators, Georgia Council of Social Studies, and USA Track & Field Level I certified coach. He has been recognized by the Putnam County/Greene County Rotary Club as Teacher of the Month. He has also been recognized as Teacher of the Year at Putnam County High School. Mr. Grodecki loves teaching at PCHS because they allow him to inspire, innovate, and develop ways to help the students of Putnam County to excel. Mr. Grodecki has spoken at conferences with many of his students, most recently at the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa) in March 2017. Mr. Grodecki lives in Milledgeville, Georgia with his wife Jamie and daughter Allison.
  • Fine Arts Night
    PCHS Art Comprehensive students celebrated their work during Fine Arts Night, held on 12/7/2017.  Check out the slide show on the Fine Arts page, under the Department tab.

  • Congratulations to Dylan Powers!
    This year’s winner of the Lt. Governor’s Student Leadership Award is Dylan Powers, a Senior at Putnam County College and Career Academy. Dylan was selected because of his outstanding academic record, in which he has earned 26 health care related college credits and three technical college certificates, and has obtained industry credentials as a Georgia certified nurse aide and emergency medical responder. Furthermore, Dylan has demonstrated his commitment to his community by volunteering more than 700 hours at Putnam General Hospital, organizing numerous Red Cross blood drives, and founding a student organization at Putnam County High School for aspiring health care professionals. As part of this honor, Dylan received a $500 scholarship sponsored by AT&T.

    “I am extremely proud of the students in our College and Career Academy Network,” said Lt. Governor Cagle. “Students like Dylan demonstrate why College and Career Academies are so important to Georgia’s economic future. By lifting academic ceilings and allowing students to soar as high as they can, our College and Career Academy Network is transforming the academic and professional development opportunities available to Georgia’s next generation. I am inspired by Dylan’s hard work, individual initiative, and passion for serving others as a health care professional – and I know he will continue working to make his community and our state a better place.”

  • Science is HOT!
    These students are investigating how electrical resistance can be converted into thermal energy, which can then be used as an ignition source. They used wires hooked up to a battery that they then attached to a small piece of foil. The voltage from the battery ran through the wires and into the thin strip of foil. The thin strip of foil has more current flowing through it, which leads to an increase in thermal energy (temperature). Eventually, this will get hot enough to set a cotton ball on fire.  Pictured below l-r: Branson Johnson and Chris Perrin

  • 2017-2018 Yearbooks are now on Sale

    It's time to order your 2017-2018 yearbook! Now is the best time to purchase for only $45. That's $15 OFF the REGULAR PRICE!


    OR bring cash or check to Mrs McAlum in the front office or Mrs. El-Kadi in room 125

    SENIORS - Now is the time to get your Senior Ad ready for the Yearbook.  Click HERE to get the order form!

    Business Owners
    - Show your support for PCHS by putting an ad in the yearbook.  Click HERE to get the advertising form.
  • Attention Jrs. and Srs. - Save MONEY!
    Prom is April 21, 2018. It will be here before you know it! Prom dues for juniors and for seniors who did not pay last year are $60 IF YOU PAY THEM BEFORE CHRISTMAS BREAK. If your date is not a PCHS junior or senior, there is an additional $10 fee for your date. After Christmas break, dues go up to $80 plus $10 for your date. Don’t wait until the last minute to start paying your dues! See Mrs. Moncrief in room 214 to start making payments today.
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    • Marc Dastous

    Assistant Principal:

    • Dr. Fanicia Harris

  • Contact Info
    300 War Eagle Drive
    Eatonton, GA 31024
    p: 706-485-9971
    f: 706-485-3128

Teacher of the Year

Andrew Grodecki is the PCHS Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018.  
Rotary Student of the Month
  • September 2017
    • Student: Jada Burke
    • Teacher: Mr. Craig Barron
  • October 2017
    • Student:  Destiny Kieu
    • Teacher:  Mrs. Katherine Reid
  • November 2017
    • Student: Alexis Minchey
    • Teacher: Mr. Mark Adams


  • December 2017
    • Student: Raina Collins
    • Teacher: Mrs. Leanne Moncrief
PCHS Awards
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