Corbitt named principal at Pike County High
Dothan’s PASS Academy Principal Dr. Charles Corbitt, Jr. has been named principal of Pike County High School in Brundidge.
The Pike County Board of Education approved Corbitt at its Monday meeting to begin June 1, 2020.
Corbitt’s experience includes principal at Northview High School, Girard
Middle School and Selma Street Elementary in Dothan. He was also assistant principal at Dothan High School.
Pike County Superintendent of Education Dr. Mark Bazzell said he and the Board of Education are excited to have Corbitt as part of the leadership team.
“Dr. Corbitt has 16 years of administrative experience and 21 years of experience overall,” Bazzell said. “He is doctorally prepared and has a reputation of being a strong but fair disciplinarian and knows instruction as well.
We look forward to getting him onboard and believe he will be a great fit for PCHS and the Brundidge community.”
Corbitt has experience as a special education teacher, football and basketball coach in Dothan.
He was also a special education teacher at Charles Henderson High School and the varsity baseball coach and football coach in 1998-99.
His experience includes providing vocational training and individualized counseling.
Corbitt is a graduate of Troy State University where he received a bachelor’s degree with a major in Rehabilitation Counseling and a minor in Personal Health.
He earned a Master’s in Special Education and also Education Leadership Certification.
Corbitt was on both the Dean’s List and the Chancellor’s list and a member of Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society.