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February 19, 2021 The Career, Technology & Agricultural Education Department would like to announce a new partnership with Blue Bird Corporation. The Peach County High School’s Advanced Automotive Technology students will be piloting a program that will allow students to earn the Blue Bird Associate Level Technician Certification. The certification program which aligns with the current curriculum will provide students with entry level certification to perform basic maintenance tasks and troubleshooting on Blue Bird buses. We are also pleased to announce a new annual scholarship opportunity provided by Blue Bird. Blue Bird is providing two scholarships worth $2,500 each to one Automotive Technician pathway completer and one completer of the Agricultural Mechanics pathway, which includes courses that heavily emphasize manufacturing skills such as welding, wood cutting, and electrical theory. These scholarships will help fund two deserving students’ post-secondary costs. This partnership with Blue Bird will help Peach County CTAE to support our goal in preparing students for college and careers. 




M. Cammack

The Trojan Scholar female for February is Makala Cammack. Makala is a senior at Peach County High School where she is a member of Marching Band, Symphonic Band, BETA Club and NHS. She is a GA Merit Scholar Recipient and is on the A+ and A Honor Roll. Makala is currently dual enrolled at Fort Valley State University. Following graduation she plans to attend Georgia Southern University and major in Health Professions. Makala is the daughter of Sherica and Vosalowe Cammack. She is the granddaughter of Willa Barber and Sammy Price. Makala would like to share: “I am a Team Member at Chick-fil-A.”



D. Frazier

The Trojan Scholar male for February is Daemon Frazier. Daemon is a senior at Peach County High School where he is a member of the Marching Band and Symphonic Band. He is on the A+ and A Honor Roll, plays on the PCHS E-Sports Team and he has helped manage some of the events they have held.  Following graduation, he plans to attend Georgia Southern University where he plans to major in Computer Science. Daemon is the grandson of Melva and Sterling Layton.

Daemon would like to share: “My favorite composer is someone named Toby Fox. He’s well-versed in several forms of media and a lot of his work leans towards retro electronic works. His music reads to be simple at face value, while hiding a deeper complexity for those more experienced on music to appreciate. I look up to him as a creative for a lot of things, but his music is a pretty big one.”















Sara P.

The Trojan Scholar girl for September is Sarah Pirkle. Sarah is a senior at Peach County High School where she is a member of the Art Club, the National Honor Society and BETA Club. She received the 2020 UGA Certificate of Merit Scholar, the Peach County AP Scholar, has been on the A+ Honor Roll throughout her school years and has received several highest average in a class award. She is very active in her 4-H group and their many activities. She is dual enrolled at Middle Georgia State University. Following graduation, she plans to attend Valdosta State University where she plans to major in Childhood Education.

Sarah is the daughter of Joe and Lisette Pirkle. She is granddaughter of Barbara and Fred Pirkle, Robert and Elizabeth Williford and Brenda and Tony Fenley. Robert Pirkle, her brother is also a student at PCHS.

Sarah would like to share “I’ve always loved to draw ever since a young age and it helps me to express myself. I am also in NHS and BETA to help me be able to contribute to my community.”


Cody B.

The Trojan Scholar boy for September is Cody Burns. Cody is a senior at Peach County High School where he is a member of the Future Problem Solvers team. He has attended the FPS International Competition for 2 years. He is also dual enrolled full time at Middle Georgia State University and is a Work- Based Learning student working at Chick-fil-A in Byron. He has been on the A+ Honor Roll throughout his school years, he is a 2020 recipient of the UGA Certificate of Merit and his FPS team received 1st place for Presentation of Action Plan. Following graduation, he hopes to attend Mercer University where he plans to major in Electrical Engineering.

Cody is the son of Cory and Dana Burns. He is the grandson of Dave Bragg and Karin Burns. Cody has siblings that are past graduates of PCHS, Rachel and Payton Burns.

Cody enjoys spending time with his family and loves watching the TV show “The Office”.