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Literary Team

Congratulations to the Parkview Literary Team who finished 5th at the State Literary Meet on Saturday, March 16, 2019. Team members include Alex Lucy, Extemporaneous Speaking-Domestic Policy; Hermela Assefa, Extemporaneous Speaking-International Policy; Annie Whitlock, Humorous Performance; Jennifer Wang, Dramatic Performance; Justin Henry and Kennedie Morris, Duo Performance; Arielle Rece, Sadie Hammond, and Anna Hyde, Trio; Ruhee Merchant, Personal Essay. Erin Graham finished 4th in the state for Girls Solo. Colton Sims placed 3rd in Boys Solo. Marie Stanford was 3rd in Rhetorical Essay and Alyssa Perry is the State Champion in Argumentative Essay. We congratulate all our team members and our newest Parkview State Champion.

TSA Wins State Championship

Parkview Technology Student Association (TSA) has won it's 5th State Championship at the 2019 GA TSA State Championship in Athens, GA.  Accumulating 228 points, Parkview brought home the 1st place outstanding chapter with 5 first place trophies, 7 second place trophies, 6 third place trophies and, additionally 15 top ten placements. Mrs. Calvert received the Tommy Pitchford Inspirational Teacher Award and has completed her three year term on the GA TSA Board of Directors.  The following are the ranking of the competitive events and members.

Select this link for a list of winners.

Math Tournament

This Saturday, the PHS Math Team, represented by Jiwon Chang, Toby Nguyen, Boyu Zhou  and  Lawrence Zhou placed 2nd at the GSMST Math Tournament. Lawrence's individual score tied for first place, but he ended third overall after the tie-breakers were analyzed.

Teacher, Sandy Quillian

Rifle Team

The Parkview Rifle team has received little fan fare over the last 5 months. However, last night they reached an important milestone by scoring a hard fought victory against Riverside Military Academy. With the win, the rifle team advances in the state playoffs. I would like to give a special shout out to Junior Annaliese Mayo and Freshman Madison Castleberry. Anna is currently the number 1 ranked shooter in the area and will advance to the state championships as an individual. Madison scored a perfect 100 in the prone position firing; firing 10 consecutive shots all in the bullseye. This is an amazing feat in and of itself but even more astounding when you consider she is only a freshman and this is her first year shooting competitively. I ask that if you have or know these two students, you congratulate them and the team for their accomplishments.

Next weekend we compete against the 5 best teams in the area at Lumpkin High School to determine who advances to the state sectionals.

Lieutenant Colonel Sean Wilson, USMC (Ret)
Rifle Team Head Coach


Parkview Track had another good showing last night as they competed a combination of rookie and experienced athletes in preparation for next weekend's monster Big Orange Relays meet.
Hightlights include (***for morning news announcement, feel free to highlight event winners in bold***):
Girls 800m:  Wendy Jazo, Abby Hall, and Sulma Ramos placing 3rd through 5th
Girls 1600m:  Kendal Sparks (2nd), Claire Mills (4th)
Girls 3200m:  Wendy Jazo and Emma Geaney swept the top 2 spots
Girls 4x100m:  Marcayla Hannah, Nyah Foster, Sydney Mitchell, Amanda Otuata
Girls Pole Vault:  Sy-Ann Smart and Azariah Paul took 2nd and 3rd
Girls Shot Put:  Kyla turner (2nd)
Girls Discus: Sophie Maruyama and Kyla Turner - swept top 2 spots
Boys 3200m:  Boys take 9 of the top 10 spots, led by Tristan Autry's dominant 30 second victory
Boys 300m hurdles:  Tamir Wade was third
Boys Long Jump:  Justin Henry and Malik Thompson swept top 2 spots
Boys Triple Jump:  Justin Henry wins by over 3 feet!
Boys Shot Put:  Charles Jordan runner up
Boys Discus:  Oscar Balog runner up
Come out to the Big Orange Jungle next Saturday as we host one of the biggest meets in the history of Parkview High School for the Big Orange Relays!!!  Make some time on Saturday to watch what will be an amazing track meet!  The fun begins at 9am and will go all day long.
Coach Mike Demarest


On Friday March 1st, our program competed in the Need for Speed X Invitational against 16 other schools with the ladies finishing a solid 4th overall and the guys almost doubling 2nd place's score winning in convincing fashion.

Some of the highlights from the meet and current rankings are below.

Currently ranked #1 in 7A
Malik Thompson, Triple Jump; Brian Hauch, Pole Vault; Matthew Chavers, Long Jump
Additionally, we have numerous athletes ranked in the top 10 in 7A, including both of our boys sprint relays.
Currently ranked #1 in Georgia
Brian Hauch, Pole Vault
800m Sprint Medley Relay (Malik Washington, Jovan Underdue, Matthew Chavers, Keith Williams)--also qualifed for outdoor nationals already
US Rankings
  • 800m Sprint Medley Relay #3
  • Matthew Chavers 60m Dash #12
  • Brian Hauch Pole Vault #12
  • Matthew Chavers Long Jump #15
  • Malik Thompson Triple Jump #21
  • Keith Williams 300m Dash #26
One of the most exciting (and unnoticed) results from Friday evening was the boys 800m Sprint Medley Relay B Team (3 freshmen & a junior) just missed the qualifying standard for outdoor nationals and will most likely make it in two weeks at the Big Orange Relays here at Parkview.
Our 4x200m Relay also just missed an outdoor nationals qualifying mark.
Our young athletes compete this Thursday here at Parkview beginning at 4 pm against 13 other schools.
Our more experienced athletes will compete next on Saturday March 16 at home in the 10th Annual Big Orange Relays sponsored by New Balance.
Thanks for the support as we continue to prepare to select our region team later in April.  If we stay healthy and continue progressing, both the ladies and guys are poised to make a great run to qualify to state again in multiple events.
Coach Matt Henson

Fine Arts Celebration

PTSA Refections Winners

Congratulations to Maegan Stidham for being a state winner in photography and to Adam Lux for his recognition in literature!

We do not know what PLACEMENT each student earned, but this will be revealed at the ceremony at the Woodruff Arts Center on March 24, 2019.

Here are the winners from Area 1 (Parkview, Brookwood, Meadowcreek, Shiloh, and South Gwinnett)

Art News

Congratulations to all of our students who have artwork up in the Gwinnett County Art Exhibit "Tapestry". All students should have received an invitation for the reception on February 28th if you have work in the show.  The reception is from 6-7:30 tonight.
We also want to Congratulate Estrella Nunez Rodriguez, Gabriel Draper and Cindy Zhou for having their work selected to be in the Atlanta High School Art Exhibit in conjunction with the Dogwood Arts festival in Piedmont Park April 12th-14th. Stop by the community center in Piedmont Park to see this wonderful exhibit. (850 entries this year!! only 150 selected)

Soccer - Boys

Parkview boys soccer team defeated Grayson 2-1 in another penalty kick shootout. The Panthers were led by senior captain Alec Leake who tallied a first half goal on an assist from Gezim Ziba and Leake sealed the PK win hitting the game winning PK for the second game in a row. 
Parkview travels to Peachtree Ridge this afternoon for an early game at 4:15 PM. Check out Twitter and for directions because it's not at Peachtree Ridge HS.
Danny Klinect
Parkview HS Boys Soccer


The boys soccer team defeated the 10th ranked Kennesaw Mountain Mustangs in the Big Orange Jungle in a PK shootout to win 2-1. The game was tied late in the game by Zishan Dodhyani on an assist from Mark Torres and Alec Leake buried the game-winning pk to lift the host Panthers. Boys are now 1-1 on the season and will host Grayson next Tuesday. 
Danny Klinect
Parkview HS Boys Soccer

Girls Basketball

Please help Congratulate two of our Sophomores for making all region. Sacha Washington for making 1st team and Sussy Ngulefac for making the 2nd team two years in row. 

Coach Cynthia Cooper

Swim and Dive

Here is a longer good news announcement for you guys to see. These are the kids that placed in the top 10 in an event at state. Be sure to brag on them in class! Several of these hard working student-athletes also happen to be 4.0 students!

10th place - Girls Medley Relay: Kristin Partlow, Maggie Nguyen, Sydney Walker, Delaney Carlton
7th pace - Boys Medley Relay: Will Mahone, Victor Jemison, Jacob White, Wes Carter
4th place - Boys 200 Freestyle Relay - Wes Carter, Will Mahone, Ian Wilson, Lucas Cliatt
3rd place - Girls 200 Freestyle Relay - Abby McCulloh, Sarah Livingston, Delaney Carlton, Sarah Jahns
2nd place - Girls 400 Freestyle Relay - Abby McCulloh, Maggie Nguyen, Sarah Livingston, Sarah Jahns

Charlie Fountain - 9th place in 200 freestyle and 7th in the 500 freestyle
Abby McCulloh - STATE CHAMPION in the 200 freestyle AND 500 freestyle
Sarah Jahns - 7th place in the 200 freestyle and 4th place in the 500 freestyle
Wes Carter - 5th place; 50 freestyle
Delaney Carlton - 9th place; 50 freestyle
Maxwell Pate - 9th place; dive
Dylan Yin - 9th place; butterfly
Sydney Walker - 10th place; butterfly
Sarah Livingston - 6th place in 100 freestyle and 6th place in backstroke
Will Mahone - 8th place in backstroke and 6th place in 100 freestyle
Ian Wilson - 10th place in breastroke

Eric Brown
Swim and Dive Coach


Over the weekend the wrestling team had Oscar Balog, Zach Hamilton, and Rebeca Juarez qualify for the wrestling state tournament. They will be leaving Wednesday to Macon for the state tournament.

 Coach Matthew Elakatt


Help congratulate Jamiel Wright on being selected as 1 of 5 players to be nominated for the 1st Team All Region players this year.  Being in a very tough region for basketball, for Jamiel to be included in this talent pool of players and to be one of the top 5 voted by coaches, ADs, and media... this is a outstanding accomplishment!

  Coach Jon Collins


Congratulations to the following art students for their amazing accomplishments in the Scholastic Art and Writing awards. The Scholastic awards is one of the most prestigious Art competitions and has been around since 1923.

  • Angel Ahabue Photography Gold Key and an Honorable Mention
  • Haya Al Qaysi , Photography, Gold Key
  • Natalie Heyward, Photography Silver and an Honorable mention
  • Rachel Long, Mixed Media, Silver Key
  • Ryan Nguyen, Ceramics & Glass, Honorable Mention
  • Leslie Ramirez, Photography, Honorable Mention
  • Cindy Zhou, Painting, Silver Key and Drawing Illustration Honorable Mention

    Thanks to all of our students who submitted artwork and continue to produce outstanding artwork!

Track Jan. 28th,  2019

Parkview track took a small group to Birmingham this weekend and competed in the Alabama Last Chance Indoor Meet and performed well with limited practice at this point.

The following kids helped establish new school records:

The Girls 4x800m Relay team of Emma Geaney, Leah Disher, Claire Mills & Kendal Sparks

The Boys 4x200m Relay team of Eric Pullum (FRESHMAN), Matt Chavers, Tamir Wade & Jamel Copeland

3200m Tristan Autry (broke our indoor record by 40 seconds running the same time he did last year at outdoor state which = an incredible outdoor season if he stays healthy)

60m Dash Matt Chavers

60m Hurdles Tyler Day (FRESHMAN!!!)

Boys Long Jump Matt Chavers (Malik Thompson broke our indoor record, too, but Matt's best jump was better!)

We are a week away from kicking off our outdoor season at the Big Orange Jungle!


Congratulations to Brian Hauch (Sr, Pole Vault, Georgia Tech commit) and Malik Thompson (Jr. Triple Jump/Hurdles) for being selected to the Gwinnett Daily Post 2019 Super 6.

They will be featured in the Gwinnett paper in the next couple of weeks.

Not only are these young men incredible athletes (both were USATF Junior Olympians/All-Americans the previous summer), they are also incredible students first and represent everything we all love to celebrate about Parkview.

Thank you for your support as the spring sports have begun practice, and our winter sports are entering their championship qualifying seasons. Good luck to everyone!


PCF Battle of the Classes


Over the weekend Wrestling had both the JV and Varsity County Tournament and had wrestlers that did well at both.

At Varsity

3rd place at 195 Zach Hamilton
4th Place at 182 Gary Gamble
5th Place at 285 Oscar Balog

at JV County
3rd Place at 145 CJ Cousin
3rd Place at 195 Tyler Curtis
6th place at 113 Charlie McHenry

Matthew Elakatt
Parkview High School
Head Wrestling Coach


We congratulate Coach Danny Klinect.  Coach Klinect was recently named the 2018 Boys Soccer State Coach of the Year for Georgia by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NHFS). 


This weekend the wrestling team went to Towns Co. for the King of the Mountain Tournament. Oscar Balog placed 3 and Zach Hamilton placed 4th in the varsity tournament while most of the JV had winning records in there round robin brackets.

Coach Matthew Elakatt


GAEA Educator of the Year - Alexandra Kates

Ali Scott GAEA Educator of the Year

Dance Student

We congratulate Ameira Williams. I Found out this morning that she was selected to attend the Joffrey Summer Dance program in New York City. words cannot express how proud I am of her. She is an extremely talented dancer and a wonderful young lady.  

Lindsey Meyer
Director of Dance

Parkview Wrestling

This past weekend the varsity wrestling team took four of our wrestlers to Union Grove and had a great tournament, all four wrestlers placed.

4th - Davan Vess at 160
6th - Matthew Scott at 120
6th - Silver Lopex at 285
7th - Brian Phan 160

For the Archer JV Scramble, we had 3 undefeated wrestlers: Adrian Knuckles, Tate Palmer, and Jonathan Taylor.
We also had 3 wrestlers with winning records: Charlie McHenry, Huery Guzman, Wyatt Kener.

This coming weekend 11/17 both Varsity ans JV will be at Collins Hill High School come support the team.

Matthew Elakatt

Parkview Football - Win against Collins Hill 42 - 19

GCPS Teacher of the Year - Heidi Campbell

Parkview Varsity Football - Region Champions, 10-0

XC Ends Season in State Competition

The Parkview Boys Cross Country Team, ranked #10 heading into State, maintained position and put up a solid 10th place effort at State on Saturday.  Tristan Autry, in typical fashion, saved his best race for last as he took 13th overall despite being ranked #27 entering the race.  Other State runners included Pete FitzSimons, Bryce Thomas, Felipe Soares, Carter Stowell, Andrew Todd, and Caden Hall.  Claire Mills overcame a hip injury to place in the top 75 after not running for 2 weeks.
The season rolls on for Parkview XC however as we were invited to compete at the presitigous Meet of Champions this Saturday in Peachtree City.
Thanks for your continued support and well wishes!

Performing Arts One Act Play

Parkview competed at the Region 7 7-A One Act Play Competition yesterday, Thursday. We didn't win, but we are so proud of Claudia Madden who was named to the All Star Cast and Jordan Alexander who was recognized by the professional technicians at the Infinite Energy Center for Outstanding Crew Member. Our cast and crew (and our audience!) did a phenomenal job representing PHS with our competition play and their support of the other teams. Please congratulate them when you see them.

Parkview XC Qualifies for State

The Parkview Cross Country Teams wrapped up regular season running with the boys team qualifying for the State championships while Claire Mills will represent the girls as an individual at State in two weeks.  Claire finished 10th overall in the girls' race to lead the girls team while Tristan Autry took 5th place overall and led the boys to a team qualification.
The Parkview XC team will compete on Saturday, November 3rd in Carrollton.
Coach: Mike Demerast

Football Win over Brookwood Rival

Parkview 31 - Brookwood 2

Read more here online about the games.

Parkview ACT Scores

Good news to report regarding our 2018 ACT scores. Our school composite score increased a full point (1.0) to 23.8. This is the highest score we have achieved in the last five years. Our average score in each area - English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science - all increased. 

ACT Scores for 5 years indicating Parkview progress.

Parkview Cross Country/Track Teams

The Parkview Cross Country teams competed well this past Saturday at the Coach Wood Invitational.  In a loaded field, the boys took 16th place overall while the girls finished in the top 25.  Tristan Autry led the way for the boys while freshman Caden Hall established himself as one of the top 9th graders in Georgia as he broke 17 minutes and was Parkview's #2 runner.  On the girls' side, Claire Mills ran the race of her life and ran her best 5K by over a minute, running 20:24.  The JV boys were led by Heyabel Tekle and Yonatan Tekle while the JV girls were led by Kelsey Watkins.
Both teams look to qualify for the State championships this Saturday at their Area Qualifier.  Wish these kids luck as they look to continue their season to the State Championsihp!
ALSO:  WE WON THE CANNED FOOD DRIVE!  We donated over 500 cans to the cause, so THANK YOU to everyone who donated; families across our community will feel the love and servant's heart that Parkview has.  You guys are awesome!

Football wins again over Berkmar, 56 - 7

Congratulations to players and coaches!

Foreign Language Students in Competition - Oct. 8

The following Foreign Language students are advancing from the local to the district level competitions for spots in the Governor's Honors Program:






Football vs. Lake Side - Oct. 5

Parkview 59 - Lake Side - 0

in5ive News Highlighting Parkview HS

We want to let you know that Parkview High is featured in our latest edition of in5ive, our five-minute news program highlighting people and events in Gwinnett County Public Schools.

To watch the program, click the link below. The segment begins 4:02 minutes into the program.

Student G Suite (Google) Changes

Students will not be able to access G Suite from October 3rd at 5PM thru Friday at 11:45PM.

A new naming convention is being put in place to replace the current naming convention using student ID's.
The new naming convention will be (First Name or Nickname).(Last Name + Last 4 digits of the student ID)

Canned Food Drive - Cross Country

Parkview Cross Country has participated in a canned food drive as part of our involvement with the Coach Wood Invitational held in October (this year, it's on the 13th).  It is a friendly competition with all teams entered in the meet to see who can collect the most cans.  Last year, we collected the second most cans, only trailing Milton High School.  The goal this year is come out on top and do our best to help those in need.  Cans can be delivered directly to Coach Demarest in room 10.126 or dropped off in the front office.   Last day for collecting cans is Oct. 12th.   Go Pathers!

Scholastic Sales on Campus

Order your Parkview Official Graduation Announcements, Class Ring, and/or Letter Jacket on October 1st and 2nd during lunch. All orders need a $100 deposit each along with proof that you have lettered for a jacket. Whether you lettered in academics, fine arts, or athletics, we encourage you to order your jacket now so you have it for Fall Friday Nights! If you want your class ring or letter jacket delivered BEFORE Christmas, they must be ordered by Wednesday, 10/17! Senior Packages, class ring, and letter jacket information is available at as well as your school’s front office! You can also pay your Parkview senior dues ($130) when we’re on campus with cash/check/MO! Go Panthers and we’ll see you soon!     

Volleyball Invitation

Parkview Volleyball is celebrating their 20th Season!  Please come out on Tuesday, October 2nd as they host Berkmar and Central Gwinnett. They will also be celebrating Faculty Night and Senior Night.  We would appreciate your help spreading the word to any past players and coaches.  

Football Beats Norcross 28 - 0

Parkview Cross Country - Sept. 24, 2018

Parkview Cross Country competed at perhaps the most competitive invitational in the southeast over the weekend.  In a field featuring nearly 100 teams from all over the southeast, the varsity boys took 18th while the girls took 30th.  The boys avenged losses to Mill Creek, Norcross, and Grayson from County one week ago and should find themselves ranked in the top 10 of 7A once more.
The highlight of the day though came from the JV boys who took 2nd place, losing only to a team who ran a partial varsity squad.  Felipe Soares and Yonatan Tekle led the way as both finished in the top 10 in the highly competitive meet.


Football Beats Milton 37 - 356


Coach Godfree - Atlanta Falcons Coach of the Week!


Cross Country/Track - Sept, 17

It was an up and down day for Parkview Cross Country at the County championships.  On the girls' side, the varsity took 7th place while the girls took 5th.  The varsity was led by Claire Mills who had a big day while Kendal Sparks resurrected her season to score for the team.  Kelsey Watkins led the charge for the JV girls.  On the boys' side, the JV upstaged the varsity as the JV took 2nd overall and was led by the overall victory of Felipe Soares in his first ever 5K.  Yonatan Tekle and Heyabel Tekle also ran well for the JV boys.  On the varsity side, Tristan Autry was all-county with his 11th place finish, and Carter Stowell made a name for himself after running JV all season to stamp himself as a scorer for the varsity.
Both teams look to rebound on Saturday at the Atlanta Track Club Wingfoot Invitational.


Football - Parkview 31, Tift County 28 - Sept. 15th

Lit Mag Contest Winners - Sept. 11, 2018

My LIT MAG students entered an art contest-- PRESIDENTS EAT PEANUTS, which encouraged students across GA to enter their best "Peanut Superpower" post cards for consideration. Winners get to march in the Plains Peanut Festival and have monetary prizes! There were close to 2,000 entries, and our students RACKED UP! Please congratulate the following students for placing in this unique contest!

These awards are ALL GEORGIA!

9th grade: 3rd place went to BELLA MARADIAGA
10th grade: 2nd place went to KRISTEN NEWSTREET
11th grade: 3rd place went to CARLYN REMMES
12th grade: 2nd place went to KALEE WILEY
3rd place went to KAREN REYES

Heidi Campbell, M.Ed.


Cross Country, Sept 10, 2018

Coach Demarest:
The #8 ranked Parkview boys cross country team defeated #2 Milton and others over the weekend in Carrollton.  Tristan Autry, Bryce Thomas, Pete FitzSimons, Trey Durden, and Noah Fann scored big for the Panthers who should move into the top 5 in rankings for the first time since 2013.  They took 2nd place overall on Saturday.
The Lady Panthers also had a big day, taking 4th place in their race.  Claire Mills, Elise Musser, and Wendy Jazo led the way.
The JV squads also performed well.  Parkview's JV boys took home 3rd place in the second tier varsity division, defeating multiple varsity squads.  Freshman Caden Hall led the charge for the boys.  The JV girls took 3rd place in the JV Championship race, being led by Gabby Draper and Kelsey Watkins.
Parkview Cross Country returns to action on Saturday at the Gwinnett County Championships.  #HailParkview


Football Win

Boys Varsity beats Lowndes 39 - 27! 

Lauryn Johnson, a sophomore, won a National Student Production Award at the National Academy of Television Arts and Science (NATAS) Southeast competition. NATAS awards encourage the pursuit of excellence in video production and focuses public attention on outstanding achievements produced by high school and college students.  Lauryn won for her documentary "Wonderglass," which was entered in the High School Arts & Entertainment/Cultural Affairs category. We wish Lauryn the best of luck in the next phase of competition, the National NATAS competition in October.


Track/Cross County, Aug 27, 2018

Coach Demarest & staff took the show on the road this weekend to Charlotte, NC, to the Providence Invitational at McAlpine Greenway Park, home of the Footlocker Southeast Regional.  Check out some great highlights from our Parkview XC program who had a great showing with competitive times for a late August XC meet. Click the meet logo to the left for official results for the entire meet.  Parkview TFXC is ready to make some noise in 2018-19!

Ladies Take 2nd Place In Invitational Division

The ladies had a strong showing with big performances and PR's coming from the top three runners who all finished in the top 20 of the Invitational division.
Wendy Jazo, Claire Mills and Elise Musser all went sub 22 minutes, while Emma Geaney (freshman) was right on their heels with her high school debut in a 5k in 22:15.
Official results from the varsity girls are:
1. Wendy Jazo (21:37.82)
2. Claire Mills (21:45.11)
3. Elise Musser (21:53.09)
4. Emma Geaney (22:15.95)
5. Kendal Sparks (23:20.56)
6. Alyssa Charlton (23:32.43)
7. Abby Hall (23:45.42)
The ladies are expecting to continue improving and get a boost from a couple of athletes returning from injuries as they get ready to make a run later in the season. Our JV girls recorded a strong 7th place finish out of 21 teams.

Varsity Boys Compete in Prestigious Championship Division

The varsity men had a strong showing finishing 6th overall--there was only 5 points difference with 3rd place! With 51 teams competing, this is a great day for the program.
Eight of the nine competing today earned PR's (personal records) in their first 5k of the 2018 season.
Here are our finishers in order with their times:
1. Autry, Tristan (16:41)
2. Fann, Noah (16:56)
3. FitzSimons, Peter (17:17)
4. Brown, David (17:19)
5. Durden, Trey (17:33)
6. Talik, Tyler (17:34)
7. Thomas, Bryce (17:34)
8. Todd, Andrew (17:36)
9. Hall, Caden (17:59)
Our JV boys finished a solid 11th place out of 36 teams.


Cross Country, Aug. 20, 2018

Coach Demarest: The Parkview Cross Country team competed well at the stage races this past Saturday.  The boys' JV team took 2nd, and the girls JV took 3rd.  The boys' varsity squad placed 4th overall, and the varsity girls were 6th - all out of 18 teams.  Wendy Jazo had the fastest time of the day for the girls while Noah Fann took top honors for Parkview on the boys' side for the first time in his career, winning his stage.

Parkview is back in action this Saturday in Charlotte, NC as they race at the Providence Invitational.

Football Win, Aug. 17th

Congratulations to the Parkview Football Team for a big win over Mountain View, 42 - 6.