• Upcoming Club/Class/Sports Information

    Gaming Club meets every Friday.

    Please support Parkwood Chorus by donating through this link. Thank you! 

    YCI will meet this Friday at 7:30am in the media center. They meet every Friday.


    Equestrian Club will have a  off campus meeting Tuesday November 13th at Hidden Ponds Equestrian Center. See the Equestrian Club Websites calendar for further details.

    There will be a HOSA meeting on Tuesday November 13th after school in room 402.

    If you filled out the Battle of the Books interest form online please check your email for information regarding the team. The first official meeting will be Thursday, December 6 but there are things you need to do before the meeting which are outlined in the email. If you did not sign up but would still like to be on the team please fill out the form as soon as possible. The form will be taken down at the end of November. 

    AFJROTC is having a canned food drive from November 1-18, 2018. All donations will go to the Parkwood Pantry and Operation Reach Out. Please donate! 

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  • IB Program

    10th grade students who have at least a 3.0 GPA and are interested in the IB program at Marvin Ridge needs to see Ms. Rape in guidance for more information by November 16th.

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  • FFA Spirit Wear

    FFA T-shirts are now for sale. We have Hoodies, long sleeve and t-shirts. If interested in purchasing please see Mrs. Hill for pricing.

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  • Key Club Change Drive

    There will be a change drive November 14th through 20th for the Key Club’s Holiday Party. They use this money to provide gifts to 30 elementary students. Money will be collected during 1st period and breakfast will be provided by NHS for the winning class.

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  • Senior Recognition Ads

    ** Date has been extended to November 14th.

    Attention parents/guardians of seniors.  We are selling Senior recognition ads until November 14th!  Your ad will be custom designed by our yearbook adviser.  Prices range, If you did not receive a senior recognition ad info paper in the mail you can pay online on the Parkwood page under quick links and email Miss Damico for a packet. If you have any questions or concerns please email Miss Damico at or call 704-764-2900.

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Featured Stories

  • JROTC Visits Local Airports

    On October 16, 2018 Lt Col Kelly and SMSgt Reid traveled with 24 cadets on a field trip to the Concord Regional and Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airports. Those who went had an opportunity to learn about many general and commercial aviation career fields.  The first stop was the Concord Regional Airport, where they visited three main sites: a hangared $7 million Carolinas Healthcare System helicopter used for medical evacuation, specially trained firefighters and their truck at the fire station, and lastly the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) facility at the commercial terminal that serves Allegiant Airlines.  The next stop was the Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport. Here cadets got to talk to the manager and learn how he runs the airport. They also climbed inside “The Tinker Bell,” a C-46 transport from World War II that resides permanently at the airport. 

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  • AFJROTC Takes Flight

    On October 24, Lt. Col. Kelly and SMSgt Reid accompanied 15 AFJROTC cadets to NC Air National Guard Base in Charlotte where they flew on a C-17 aeromedical evacuation training mission . A C-17 is a large cargo and troop transport plane used in the Air Force. As cadets walked to the plane, they saw several commercial takeoffs and landings up close at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. After a short safety briefing, cadets were allowed in the plane. After all cadets received ear protection, two were selected to sit in the cockpit for takeoff. The takeoff was thrilling, and when the plane reached cruise altitude, cadets were allowed to get up from their seats. It was a bright sunny day, and the windows offered a stunning view of North Carolina and our route down to Florida and back.  On the return, cadets flew up the Atlantic coast and passed over Savannah, Charleston, and Myrtle Beach. About every twenty minutes two cadets would be sent up to the cockpit to observe and talk to the pilots. At about ten minutes from landing cadets even flew directly over the Parkwood campus! 

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  • Carolyn Hoobler, Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Carolyn Hoobler, Parkwood High's teacher of the year for the 2018-2019 school year. Parkwood is thrilled to have Ms. Hoobler on staff and recognizes all of the hard work she pours into the students and the school. She is our Family and Consumer Science teacher. Ms. Hoobler is starting her fifth year here at Parkwood High School, and is living her dream. Over the course of her life, she’s visited twelve countries and over thirty states, and uses her travels to inspire the food she makes. Mrs. Hoobler’s favorite app is Pinterest, which she uses to plan meals and get inspiration for Prom every year. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, spending time with her family, and making kombucha. Mrs. Hoobler’s favorite foods are sesame chicken, white cake with buttercream, and any kind of soup. She has been married for 33 years to the love of her life, and has three sons and two grandchildren. Way to go Ms. Hoobler!

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