Featured Stories

  • Logan Nichols announced as candidate for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's 2020 Student of the Year.

    Parkwood Junior, Logan Nichols, has been accepted as a candidate in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's 2020 Students of the Year campaign. Students are nominated based on leadership, passion to find a cure for blood cancers and involvement in the community. Candidates then participate in a national seven-week challenge to raise funds and awareness for the fight against blood cancers. This year's campaign begins on January 26, 2020, and culminates on March 13, 2020 with a celebration in Charlotte. Last year alone, there were more than 5,000 high school students participating throughout the country and this year we are excited to have Logan represent Parkwood High! She is running in honor of Will Henely and River Peedin, both local cancer survivors. To get involved or learn more about the campaign, please visit www.StudentsoftheYear.org.

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  • #UCPSGivesBack: Parkwood High students continue decades-long tradition of spreading holiday cheer

    For more than 20 years, Parkwood High's Key Club has hosted an annual holiday party for deserving students in their cluster at Prospect, Western Union and Waxhaw elementary schools. It’s a day full of games, laughter, smiles, gifts and even a surprise visit from Santa – and this year’s holiday party for 27 elementary students was no exception.

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  • Students learn life saving tips from Turning Point

    Representatives from Turning Point visited Parkwood last week. Turning Point offers a myriad of services to the community. It exists to end domestic abuse, sexual assault, and child abuse through safe shelter, advocacy, prevention, and social change. Students learned all about ways to spot domestic abuse and participated in scenarios to help sharpen their skills. Turning point also offers many volunteering opportunities for students.

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  • Parkwood/Cuthbertson JROTC Wins Big at Drill Meet

    On Saturday, November 9th, Parkwood/Cuthbertson, Monroe/CATA, and Piedmont/Porter Ridge AFJROTC units competed in the annual Union County AFJROTC Drill Meet. Parkwood/Cuthbertson crushed its opponents by sweeping all five of five events and winning first place overall. Later that morning cadets participated in, and observed a special Veterans Day program planned by the Union County Veterans Services Office at the Charlotte Monroe Executive Airport. At the end, a top cadet from each of the six Union County JROTC units received the Union County Board of Commissioners’ Patriot Award. Our unit’s recipient this year was Avery Batts! The grand finale for the day was the Warbirds over Monroe Air Show, which lasted all afternoon. The air show concluded with a giant “wall of fire” under passing warbirds, which simulated bombs but was actually pyrotechnic devices safely rigged across the runway from spectators.  You could feel the heat from hundreds of yards away! The field trip lasted nine hours and was an amazing day of drill competition, honoring our veterans, and fun!

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Announcements

  • UCPS High School Course Grade Choice

    All students need to complete the following form in order to let teachers and staff know how they would like their grades to be shown on report cards and transcripts. More information can be found on the form. 

    Link to form

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  • Class of 2020 End of Year Checkout

    Wednesday, June 10th

    Last names A-M 10am-12pm & Last names N-Z 1pm-3pm

    Please come through the car rider line at the front of Parkwood High School.  This is a Drive-true event.  Seniors must turn in Chromebooks, Charger, hotspots, ROTC Uniforms, pay outstanding fees, etc.

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  • Digital Yearbook Signing

    We are excited to announce that the Parkwood High School yearbook signing tradition is alive and well, and it’s fully digital to suit our socially-distanced students. 

    Jostens has just launched a new platform, Yearbook Digital Signing Pages, that gives all students in our school the chance to create virtual signing pages, invite their friends to leave messages, and print out the final pages to keep with the yearbook as a permanent keepsake. This is free for every student, whether he or she purchased a yearbook or not.

    Share the link below with your student, so he or she can get started with getting friends’ signatures and messages now.

    https://yearbooksigning.jostens.com/home

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  • Junior Night for Current Juniors!

    Please join the guidance department on Tuesday, June 2 at 6:00PM for a Junior night! We will talk about general college information, including applications, financial aid and other topics.  Parents must provide an email on the Google form at https://forms.gle/13n9nDtZve55m9xx5 to receive a Zoom meeting invitation.  A recorded video of the meeting will be available after the live meeting. 

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  • NCAAP Scholarship

    The NCAAP Scholarship deadline has been extended to May 25th. Click here for details.

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