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  • Suicide Prevention Week

We are providing students with the opportunity to raise their awareness to the risks, warning signs, and prevention of suicide.  This year’s message is “You Make Today Better..” reminds us of the small things that we do to make someone’s day better.”

  • Dean of Students

We are excited to announce that Sharon Brown will be the Parkville High School Dean of Students.  The Dean of Students will work closely with the principal, assistant principals, school personnel and students to build and maintain a positive, safe school climate.  

  • New Bus Routes

With feedback from our stakeholders, the Office of Transportation partnered with industry experts to assess student transportation in the Northeast area.  This collaboration yielded changes to our delivery of service, efficient use of resources, and routing practices.  As a result, the overwhelming majority of routes in the Northeast area were reconceptualized to improve transportation operations, including consistent AM and PM routing.  We strongly encourage our families to become familiar with their student’s assigned bus stops prior to the first day of school, as it may be a different location than in past school years.
Questions or concerns regarding bus stops should be first directed to the main office of the student’s school.
Other questions or concerns regarding student transportation may be directed to the BCPS Office of Transportation, between the hours of 6:00 AM and 5:30 PM at 443-809-4321.

Con comentario de las partes interesadas, la Oficina de Transportación se asocia con varios expertos de la industria para evaluar la transportación escolar en el Área Noroeste. Esta colaboración produjo unos cambios a la entrega de servicio, el uso eficiente de los recursos, y prácticas de la planificación de las rutas. Como resultado, la gran mayoría de las rutas en el Área Noroeste eran cambiado para mejorar la operación de transportación, incluyendo ser más consistente las rutas en la mañana y en la tarde. Nosotros motivamos que las familias sean familiares con las paradas del autobús asignadas antes del primer día de clases, como es posible que sea un lugar diferente que en los años previos. Las preguntas o las preocupaciones sobre las paradas deben ser dirigidas primariamente a la oficina de la escuela. Otras preguntas o preocupaciones sobre la transportación pueden ser dirigidas a la Oficina de Transportación BCPS, entre las horas de las 6:00 de la mañana y las 5:30 de la tarde en 443-809-4321. 

  • Important Yearbook Dates for Class of 2020

Important Senior Yearbook dates


  •  Free & Reduced Meals

Click here to apply online.  Paper applications are available at the school office.  One application per household.   You can apply for free/reduced meals at anytime during the school year by visiting the link above. 

  • Devices for Students
    Parents/guardians and students, please click here to watch the BCPS Student Device and Loan Presentation.

    Before students are issued a device, they must return the signed loan agreement to their English teacher.

principal's message

Hello Parkville Families,

As we kick off the 2018-2019 school year, we continue to support our mission which is to provide a quality education and a safe learning environment. Our focus is to create lifelong learners who are prepared for post-secondary success and to further prepare our students for a technologically advanced and culturally diverse world.
This year we celebrate increased access to technology as all high school students in Baltimore County receive their own laptop. We look forward to the exciting opportunities that will be made available through the classroom and beyond for your child. As always we encourage you to communicate with various staff when needed as it is our goal to work with you to ensure the success of your child.


Maureen Astarita