Fort Pierce Central High School is located on 25th Street between Midway and Edwards Roads in central Fort Pierce. Student population is just over 2500. Fort Pierce Central High School’s curriculum and sports programs are widely varied. FPCHS is on a modified block schedule. School is in session from 7:27 am to 1:41 pm for students. All of our services are available during these hours. However, you can call the school during our working hours of 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Fort Pierce Central High School educators, parents, and business partners are dedicated to providing a safe environment with challenging academic and career opportunities. Teachers will engage students in a variety of instructional approaches necessary for students to become self-directed, social lifelong learners, and successful members of the community.
To improve student academic achievement as evidenced by student scores on the FCAT, ACT, PSAT, SAT, CPT and FCAT Writes! standardized tests.
|School Colors:||Purple & Gold|
Where To Go For What You Need:
Administration Office: for general school business; to meet with administrators.
Principal, Mr. Todd Smith: The principal is responsible for the operation of the entire school unit and is the final authority on all matters relating to school personnel, financial affairs, instruction, activities, discipline, and procedures. He works closely with the Superintendent and district level staff to ensure that the policies adopted by the St. Lucie County School Board are carried out at Fort Pierce Central High School.
Assistant Principal for Community of Health and Public Affairs Academy, Ms. Mimi Hoffman : English Department, ESOL Program, Athletic Program, AJROTC, Textbooks, Title I, building maintenance, Cafeteria
Assistant Principal for School of Engineering and Applied Technolgy Academy, Mr. Arthur Jamison: Curriculum and learning, Career Technical Program, Science Department, Teacher Certification, Testing programs, newsletters
Assistant Principal for Cobra Freshman Academy, Ms. Megan Guyer : AVID program, Social Studies Department, ESE, Alternative Education Placements, PBS/Discipline/BIC, transportation, safety
Assistant Principal for Media and Arts Academy, Ms. Kristi Pacocha: Math Department, RTI, activities and fieldtrips, FPC web-site, School Improvement Plan, Dual Enrollment, Guidance Department
Attendance Office, Mrs. Beck: admission to class/tardy to school
Bookkeeper’s Office, Mrs. Callanan: payment of varies fees
Bookstore: for purchase of locks, Cobra paraphernalia and school supplies. Bookstore hours: 6:40-7:25 am and during A and B lunches
Clinic, Mrs. Lewis: report health problems or injury; health counseling; secure confidential information concerning health records; sign out of school because of illness; deposit ALL medications; lost and found
Deans’ Office, Mr. Kolodziejczak, Mrs. B. Williams, Mr. Johnson: disciplinary action and related conferences; SRO; to report rule infractions
Guidance office: course counseling; scholarship information; transcripts, personal records; class ranking; G.E.D. (high school equivalency diploma) counseling; information about testing; schedule request changes; information on dual enrollment and post secondary education
Performance-Based Diploma Program Office, Mrs. Seymour and Ms. Letty Richardson: information about the Performance-Based Diploma Program; scheduling conferences related to the Performance-Based Diploma Program
School Resource Officers: report suspected criminal activity; technical information; classroom counseling presentations; report the loss of school and/or personal property; purchase parking permits
Data Specialist, Ms. V. Williams: provide proof of address change/complete the appropriate forms
Athletic Director, Mr. Jay Stewart: athletic information and concerns