The following FAQs offer quick and easy insight into how Pike Zebulon High School operates. To learn more about the history behind Zebulon High School, visit our about page. If you’re looking for a specific form or menu, visit our Quick Links page. You can also download our mobile app for automated updates and view our news bulletin for recent activity at the school.
Zebulon High School was founded in 2010 under the direction of superintendent Michael Duncan. Today, Zebulon High School offers over 20 of Pike County’s high school students with expanded learning opportunities through remote and in-person classwork that is provided at a pace and schedule that matches student preferences. Over 30% of all Zebulon High School students are dual-enrolled.
The principal at Zebulon High School is Sheryl Watts, who is also the principal at Pike County’s 9th Grade Academy. Administrative duties at the school are managed by Mrs. Kim Heard. Administrative duties at the school are managed by Mrs. Kim Heard. Additionally, a Math, English, and special education teacher visit daily, along with a paraprofessional.
The teacher-student ratio at Zebulon High School is roughly 1:5, which is lower than Pike County’s average teacher-student ratio of 1:8. This is because the majority of learning at Pike Zebulon HS is digital or online.
All details related to registering new students in the Pike County school system can be found here.
You may either check our social media pages, follow our announcements page, or download our mobile app to receive regular and automated alerts about our school system, including news, grades, and health and safety alerts. Finally, check out our calendar page for info on and dates and times for meetings, plays, awards, and sporting events.