• 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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  • Wizard of Oz Organizational Meeting

    There will be an organizational meeting for all those interested in the combined High School/Middle school production of the Wizard of Oz on Thursday, February 15 at 5 PM in the auditorium.

    Unable to attend the Wizard of Oz meeting on Thursday, February 15? Still interested? There will be a follow up meeting during IR in the auditorium on Monday, February 19. We need actors, singers, dancers, tech workers, and house crew.

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  • Spiritwear Store

    Show your Parkwood Pride!  The Booster Club Spiritwear Store is NOW open online.  Choose your sport and style while supporting Parkwood Athletics. Orders will close on February 19th. Once the ordering window closes, it will take approximately 2 weeks for orders to arrive at the school/coach for pickup. ​A second ordering period will begin February 20th and close March 5th with delivery anticipated around March 16th.  

    Spiritwear for spring sports will include: Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Track, Lacrosse, Tennis. ​General Merchandise Available too!

    Click here to view options and prices.

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  • Teacher Superlatives

    Students can vote for their top choice teachers in the categories listed on this form. You must be signed into your school Google account in order to view the form.  

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  • Cyber Security Competition

    Parkwood ladies: Are you interested in participating in an Cyber Security Competition? If so, you will be competing with other high school girls in 15 other states. Teams will play online games from February 20-25th. The first 10,000 young women who register will be able to play. If you are interested, register at:

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  • Media Center Contest

    Check out the new Media Center contest called "Puzzle it Out". Fill out an answer sheet, turn it into the Media staff and receive a treat. Serious answers only! The overall winner will receive a $25 Sun Valley Theater gift card. The contest begins today and runs through Thursday, February 22nd.

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  • Summer Jobs

    Are you looking for a job? Cane Creek Park and Aqua Tech Pools will be in the student center during lunches on Tuesday, February 20th and Friday, February 23rd. Please stop by their tables to speak with them about their companies and possible jobs available.

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  • FFA Spirit Week

    National FFA Week is February 17-24, 2018. FFA Spirit week is 19-23, 2018. Monday, February 19, is "Camo Day", Tuesday, February 20, is "Dress like a Farm Animal" day, Wednesday, February 21, is 'Merica Day", Thursday, February 22, is "Dress like a Cowboy" day and Friday, February 23 is "FFA Blue and Gold" day. We will be giving away prizes for the person/persons with the most FFA SPIRIT!!!

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  • Wit Performance

    Parkwood High School presents Wit February 22-24 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium. Tickets for adults are $5. For students, seniors and military personnel, tickets are $3.

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  • ACT Testing

    Juniors will take the ACT for free at Parkwood High School on February 27, 2018. No student registration is needed for this test. You must be enrolled at PWHS as a Junior in PowerSchool to take the test. The results from the ACT can be used for college admissions and scholarship opportunities.

    ACT Test Prep can be found here.

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  • Prom Ticket Sales

    Class of 2018/19 Prom Tickets are now on sale! All Sales are FINAL. There will be no refunds. Click here to purchase your tickets today.

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  • Unlimited SAT Score Sends for Low-Income Students

    The College Board is delighted that low-income students who take the SAT and ACT will now be able to send score reports to colleges for free. They will start providing unlimited SAT score reports for low-income students starting spring 2018. In addition, CSS Profile will become completely free for low-income students. Click here for more details. 

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  • 2018 Project Prom

    Waxhaw Woman's Club will be hosting the 2018 Project Prom at the Women's Club (200 E. South Main Street) on Saturday, March 10th from 11:00am-6:00pm. All items are free of charge and there is no registration necessary. Click here for more details.

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  • Free In-School College Board Assessments

    Union County Public Schools will offer FREE in-school College Board assessments during the 2017-2018 school year. The PSAT 8, PSAT/NMSQT and SAT will be administered at no charge to students according to the schedule found here. 

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  • EmpowerED Family Portal

    Click here to learn more about the new EmpowerED Family Portal.

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