• Summer Hours

    Effective June 10th through the week ending August 9th

    Monday-Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm. 

    Closed on Fridays as well as July 4th.

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  • UCPS College Readiness Summer Camp Registration

    Visit the UCPS College Readiness Summer Camp Registration for information on these camps and how to register. 

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  • Senior Formal Portraits

    Senior Formal portraits are scheduled for June 12,13,20, and August 16th in the Auditorium.  You must sign up for a time slot at 

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  • Driver's Ed

    Next Drivers Education Final Exam is June 20th at 8:00 a.m. at the high school. Be sure to bring the 800 form, parent letter, birth certificate, and proof that you passed the modules, otherwise you will NOT be allowed to test. The next RETAKE exam is July 15th at  8:00 a.m. at the high school. This is NOT a MAKE UP exam this is a RETAKE exam. You must have taken the original exam previous to July 15th in order to take the RETAKE exam.   

    If you were in the March Driver's Education class and passed your final exam, you will not get a call to drive until mid to late June.
    If you were in the April Driver's Education class, you will not get a call to drive until July.
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  • Graduation Practice

    Reminder for Seniors: Please be sure to be at PWHS for mandatory Graduation practice on Friday, June 7 at 10:00 a.m. This is mandatory! Also, if you need to ride the bus to Graduation on Monday, June 10, please come by Guidance for a permission slip.

    All fees MUST be paid by June 7th. If you are unsure if you have fees please check Powerschool or call and ask for the bookkeeper.

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Upcoming Events

Featured Stories

  • Bryant plans to retire after 30+ years at Parkwood

    Mitch Bryant first started teaching at Parkwood in 1985. Over the past 30+ years of teaching at Parkwood, Bryant’s love of helping students learn and master new skills in the shop has not changed. He still believes that the skills students learn through hands on activities is the most effective way of learning. Many students are first introduced to the work Bryant does as 3rd graders through Wake Up to AG Day, an event hosted by Parkwood each year for local 3rd graders to learn how important agriculture is to our society. Bryant says that some of his students will talk about the memories they have of AG Day, as a 3rd grader, and now they are the ones hosting the event. Bryant has touched many lives over the years and after 34 years of teaching, he plans to retire at the end of this school year. Bryant says God has blessed him with a good career and now he looks forward to hunting, fishing, traveling, visiting family and doing “whatever I want to. After all, I am retired.”

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  • Parkwood AFJROTC Visits McEntire Joint National Guard Base

    On February 28, 2019 Parkwood AFJROTC cadets traveled to McEntire Joint National Guard Base in Eastover SC to learn about F-16 fighter operations. Because McEntire is a joint base, it hosts units from the Army and Air National Guard; cadets mostly got to see the Air Force side of the base. Soon after arrival cadets witnessed an F-16 formation takeoff, which was very loud; fortunately they were given ear plugs for hearing protection.

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  • Culinary Students to Conduct Taste Test

    PWHS's culinary team will help Denise, Sallie and John (supervisor) prepare 100 servings of this dish on the traditional line in our cafeteria in time for first lunch on Wednesday, March 20th at 11:30 am. Our Culinary students will conduct a student taste test survey during this lunch, as well and submit this information in their team’s portfolio.

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