Principal

Dr. Brandon Schweitzer, Ed.D

I could not be more proud to serve the students, parents, teachers, staff and community as principal of Polk County High School.  I believe that families and schools are united in their common goal of growing young men and women to reach their fullest potential and instill in them positive core values that will serve them long after their days at PCHS are done.

Though there are many more, there are three core values that we believe at PCHS:

1) Do what’s right. Always.

It is said that a true measure of a person’s character is how they behave when no one is watching.  While there are many things we cannot control in this world, your character and your integrity are yours alone to master

2) Be better than you were yesterday.

Life is going to knock you down.  Getting back up is your choice.  We believe it is ok to make mistakes as long as you learn from them and grow as a person.

3) We are Wolverines means we are family.

No family is perfect.  We will bicker with one another.  We will disagree.  We will also celebrate one another’s successes and support one another in times of need.  At the end of the day, we are united as Wolverines and as a community.

It is through a solid relationship with the community and families along with our core values that we can reach our students and propel them down the path of their choosing.

I am grateful for the opportunity every day to live and work in this community and for the chance to have a positive impact on student’s lives.

Polk County High School Graduation, Saturday, June 6 at 9:00 am at G.M. Tennant Stadium

  

We regret that the event will be closed to the general public and attendance will be limited due to current restrictions. To watch the live steam, click the link below.

 

2020 Polk County High School Graduation