• Class/Club/Sports Information

    Baseball tryouts begin Wednesday, February 13, at 3:25pm sharp on the baseball field.  All students planning to tryout must have a current physical on file and be registered in the Family ID system in order to participate.  Any winter sport athlete, or any student that has not participated in the offseason that is planning to tryout, MUST see Coach Richar in room 501 Monday or first thing in the morning Tuesday.

    There will be a meeting of ITS, International Thespian Society on Thursday, February 14, immediately after school followed by Act ONE rehearsal for Don't Drink The Water.

    Spring track will have their first practice on Monday, February 18, 2019. All athletes wanting to participate must be registered on Family ID and have a valid physical on file. 

    Football Players: All skill players will meet after school Tuesday, February 19th in the field house – if you are in a Spring Sport or are unable to meet, you must see Coach Tamalone by Monday the 18th.

    There is a Debate Club meeting tomorrow Friday, February 15 in room 702 at 3:30.

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  • New Century Scholars Program

    Are you looking for money for college? Apply for the New Century Scholars Program, an SPCC Scholarship for UCPS students presented by JobReady. To apply today, go to

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  • SPCC Pre-Apprenticeships

    Attention current 11th graders: Are you interested in learning how to weld, hydraulics, circuit analysis and much more? If so, you can apply for a pre-apprenticeship program at SPCC that would begin next year and get paid to learn. There is an Information session on Thursday, March 28 at 6pm. See Ms. Bartell in guidance for more information. Click here for more information. 

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  • Job Opportunity

    Are you looking for a job? Union County Parks and Recreation is having their 1st annual job fair at Cane Creek Park on Saturday, February 23 from 10 am-2 pm. You must be 15 years of age or older. See Ms. Bartell in guidance for more information.

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  • FFA Spirit Week

    National FFA Week is February 18-21st. This year we will have our annual FFA Spirit Week. Everyone is welcome to dress up and support the Parkwood FFA. There will be a prize for the Most Spirited Teacher and Most Spirited Student.

    • Monday, Feb. 18th is 'Merica Day
    • Tuesday, Feb. 19th is Flannel Day
    • Wednesday, Feb. 20th is Camo Day
    • Thursday, Feb. 21st is Ford vs. Dodge vs. Chevy Day


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Featured Stories

  • Meet Ms. Johnson

    Ms. Johnson is Parkwood High School's new Behavior Based Therapist. Ms. Johnson not only enjoys the staff and students but the school as well. She says, " The staff and students seem to be very friendly and helpful. It seems to be a very pleasant and well organized high school." What drew her to her line of work is the fact that for over 25 years she worked at public schools in Chicago. When she moved to North Carolina five years ago she wanted to get back to working in the school system. She says that if she could have any other job it would be as a school social worker. Ms. Johnson is married with two adult children who live in Chicago. Her favorite hobby is traveling because she likes to learn and try new things from new and exciting places.

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  • Meet Mrs. Poloche

    Mrs. Poloche is the social worker for Parkwood High School. She went to Boston University to earn her degree. Part of her job is helping people find resources when they are in need of them. For example she helps people with developing healthy relationships. Before coming to Parkwood, Mrs. Poloche worked with kids in the foster care system. She helped people who were about to adopt kids and helped kids who were about to be adopted.  Mrs. Poloche is married and has two boys, named Xavier (16) and Gavin(13).  She has been working at Parkwood since November, and  she loves it here. Her favorite thing about Parkwood is the staff; they are so friendly. She’s only here on Wednesday’s and Friday’s. If you see her in the hallways take the time to say hey. She is very nice and wants to help everyone in need.

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  • Meet Ms. Fisher

    Mrs. Fisher is Parkwood High's new mental health therapist. Before she came to Parkwood Ms. Fisher most recently worked in a private practice. She went to James Madison University and Chapel Hill. Her favorite thing about being here at Parkwood would have to be how friendly the staff and students are. Her hobbies include making jewelry and spending time with her family. Mrs. Fisher has been married for 15 years and she has three pets: a dog named Lucy a cat named Sophie and another cat named Pippin. Her office is located in the front office near the counselors.

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