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Team Pictures

Cross Country Pictures will be Sept. 9th after school.

Transportation Forms

Please fill out both forms.Transportation Release – Student Driving Self Transportation Release – Student Traveling with Staff or other student

2013 MSHSAA Sportsmanship Summit

Over 40 delegates from Plate County High School attended the annual MSHSAA Sportsmanship Summit that was hosted by PCHS. Students, coaches and administrators attended sessions throughout the day to promote character, sportsmanship, integrity and team work. Many compliments were received from other schools and the MSHSAA staff about our school and our students, who were


In order for any student to begin practice for any sport, the student must have a current (within the last calendar year) physical and proof of insurance turned in to the Activities office.

Pirate Football “Iron Pirates”

The Pirate Football program recently recognized players who had participated in at least 85% of its voluntary summer conditioning program. The program titled “Iron Pirates” was started this summer to reward those who put in the extra time to help improve the football program. The players were recognized in a team ceremony at the end

Fall Schedules Now Posted

We have worked out some of the bugs and the fall sports schedules are now posted. Please be patient as we work through mistakes we find and fix. Click on the sport under the fall sports tab and then “schedules and rosters” tab. We are extremely excited to roll this new site out for our

Hall of Fame Nominations

The Pirate Booster Club is taking nominations for the Class of 2013 of the Pirate Hall of Fame. To nominate someone for the Pirate Hall of Fame, download the application and return it to the high school. Deadline for nominations is October 1, 2013. Hall of Fame Application

PCHS Named MSHSAA 5-Star Leadership School

For the 3rd straight year, Platte County High School has been named a MSHSAA 5-Star Leadership School. Only 20 schools (HS and/or MS) in the state received this honor in 2013. PCHS prides itself in being a leader in sportsmanship and character in Missouri. Way to go Pirates!