Drew Central High School is a public secondary school in Monticello, Arkansas, United States. It is part of Drew Central School District, which was established in 1927 and covers 570 square miles (1,500 km2), all in rural Drew County, from where all the students are bussed into Monticello. Monticello itself is not in Drew Central School District, but forms a district of its own, Monticello School District. This means that the school is in the unusual position of being located outside the boundaries of the school district it serves.
The principal of the High School is Ms. Melissia Vincent. The district's other schools are the Elementary School and the Middle School. All three share the same campus in Monticello. At the High School, there are some 400 students in grades 7 to 12. The average class size is less than 25.
The school's athletic teams are named the Pirates and the journalism staff produces a monthly newspaper titled Pirate Now.
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