Goshen High School (Alabama)

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Goshen High School
Goshen High School Goshen Alabama.JPG
Goshen, Alabama
United States
Type Public
Established 1897
School district Pike County Public Schools
Principal Warren Weeks[1]
Grades 7-12
Campus Small town area
Color(s) Dark purple and old gold
Mascot Eagle
School hours 7:40 AM to 3:08 (3:08 - 3:12) PM
Average class size 28

Goshen High School is a secondary school located at 101 Eagle Circle in Goshen, Pike County, Alabama.


Goshen is located about 10 miles west of Troy, and 10 miles east of Luverne. The earliest record of a public school in Goshen was in the middle 19th century. A small wooden structure made from hand-split logs was located between Goshen and the Troy-Luverne Highway (U.S. Route 29) on a parcel of land called "Goshen Hill". This is what is now known as Mt. Zion Community. This first public school in Goshen was a one-room building with one teacher. The school term was whenever the students were not busy on the farm. The school was moved to its present site in the town of Goshen in 1897 and employed its first principal, Miss Ada Ray, about 1920. Goshen High School has grown continually over the past number of years, and has over 400 students in grades seven through twelve. The current principal is Dr. Warren Weeks.

Teaching grades[edit]

  • mid-19th century to 1897 Grades (6 - 12)
  • (Goshen Location) 1897 to 2004 Grades (6 - 12)
  • 2004 to present (7 - 12)

ARMT results[edit]

Scale: % meeting or exceeding standards

Grade 7[edit]

Reading 63% (2006) 68% (2005) The state average for Reading was 74% in 2006.

Math 45% (2006) 52% (2005) The state average for Math was 59% in 2006.

Source: Alabama Dept. of Education, 2005–2006

Grade 8[edit]

Reading 60% (2006) 65% (2005) 31% (2004) The state average for Reading was 72% in 2006.

Math 67% (2006) 54% (2005) The state average for Math was 68% in 2006.

Source: Alabama Dept. of Education, 2005–2006

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "Pike BOE names Weeks as new GHS principal". Troy Messenger. 12 July 2010. Retrieved 13 August 2011. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 31°43′23″N 86°07′27″W / 31.72293°N 86.12413°W / 31.72293; -86.12413