Pocomoke High School

posted Mar 9, 2018, 6:46 AM by PHS Warrior Beat

By: Monique Snead

    Pocomoke High School was founded in 1957. It is one of the four public high schools in Worcester County, along with Stephen Decatur High School, Snow Hill High School and Worcester County High School.

    In 2011 the school was renovated and now has 122,500 square feet of space located on 22.02 acres of land. The school’s graduation rate has gone up from 74.8% in 1998 to 94.5% in 2007. Over the past 12 years the population of the school has slowly increased. In the year 2007 Pocomoke High School was its 12-year high enrollment with 471 students, seven less than were enrolled in 2006. The school has nearly 20% more students than in 1993.
   See the source image  PHS is a very competitive school when it comes to sports and has a history of deep roots in winning champions and become a somewhat tradition here, in this small town. Since 1991 Pocomoke has gained 33 state championships and most of them are from the girls’ field hockey team.

    Three State Championship teams were crowned: 2007-2008 Girls' Field Hockey, Boys' Soccer, and Girls' Basketball. 2008-2009: Girls' Field Hockey, Boys' Soccer, and Girls' Softball, respectively.There is a total of 25 finalist for going to states and 25 for being semi-finalist.

    In 2012 Dr. Annette Wallace become principle of Pocomoke High School and has done an excellent job.

Pocomoke has an academic team,Several sports teams, teachers that care for them, safety and everyone there takes the time to make sure that every student is successful.


Edit: Devin Martin