• Looking for all the Daily Announcements?

    Scrolling here are announcements that pertain to the whole school community. For a complete list of all Parkwood High School announcements, click HERE. Also, be sure to click the Calendar link on the main webpage to see daily school events.

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  • 8th Grade Parent Night

    On Monday, March 5th at 6:00 PM, Parkwood High will host an informational parent and student night for rising freshman. Come hear important messages about high school transition, attendance, testing requirements, graduation requirements, class registration, Career and Technology opportunities and more! Exceptional Children (EC) representatives will be on hand to answer any questions regarding student needs.  This is a night you will not want to miss!  Please RSVP here to reserve your seat.  

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  • SPCC and CCP Class Registration

    SPCC Classes (Career & College Program for high school students) for summer and fall registration will be as follows:

    • March 12th for current CCP students 
    • March 26th for new CCP students (you have never taken a SPCC class before) 
      • Must have SPCC application completed and submitted (can do at home or with Ms. Rape)
        • Be sure to select the CCP program under "Enrollment" tab!
      • Must have test scores, FERPA and transcript submittted (see Ms. Rape)
      • Complete this Google Form to notify guidance you are interested! 
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  • Opioid and Heroin Crisis Informational Session and Panel Discussion

    As part of the Safe Schools Initiative, several county agencies and law enforcement partners will hold a meeting to discuss the opioid and heroin crisis in our community. Parents, students and community members are invited to attend an informational session and panel discussion at Parkwood High School on February 27, 2018 at 6:00pm in the auditorium.


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  • SENIORS - Have you finished your FAFSA yet?  

    Remember that all colleges require the FAFSA for any type of financial aid packages. All students who are under 24, not working towards a master's degree, not serving in the armed services, or do not have any children are considered dependent of another and must provide parental information.  A very informative and helpful PowerPoint focusing on FAFSA/Financial Aid is located on the PWHS website at the Counseling Center tab under announcements.  To complete the FAFSA go to and create a user name and password.  Then you are ready to begin and the sooner the better for aid is awarded on an on-going basis.  Please do not hesitate to see Mr. Williams or Ms. Rape in the Counseling Center for additional assistance or questions you may have. 

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Featured Stories

  • SAVE/SADD Club and the PWHS Counseling Department Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

    The Parkwood High School SAVE/SADD Club along with Counseling Dept. conducted a week long Red Ribbon Week Celebration on October 23-27, 2017. This annual tradition at the school centers around the promotion of anti-drug and anti bullying initiatives each October and this year’s theme was “The future is key, so be drug free”. The celebration included a number of events that students found engaging, informative and fun.

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  • The Ultimate Collaboration Challenge

    What do you get when you combine a Spanish 1 class of 25 students with an Introduction to Culinary Arts and Hospitality Class of 21 students, then mix them all together with a globalism theme stirring in a generous amount of work and preparation with a final topping of fun and enthusiasm?  A recipe for “The Ultimate Collaboration Challenge”! “The Ultimate Collaboration Challenge” was created when Mrs. Rodriguez’s Spanish 1 class visited Mrs. Hoobler’s Intro. To Culinary Arts & Hospitality Class on October 13th and together accomplished many objectives.  These included the joint celebration of National Hispanic Month as the Culinary Class prepared four different Hispanic Food Truck Projects.

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  • Parkwood Saves Lives

    Parkwood Key Club organized the semi-annual American Red Cross Blood drive on Wednesday, October 25, 2017. During the blood drive, Key Club members greeted eager students and staff members by signing them up for the drive.  After donating blood, the donors were escorted to the canteen area to enjoy refreshments with a sense of accomplishment and the knowledge that they helped save lives. In total there were 111 units of blood collected from Parkwood, making this fall blood the most successful in several years. Mark your calendars to save more lives during the Spring Blood Drive on Wednesday March 14, 2018!

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