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Moana Movie night

Moana Movie night

Thuy Pham, Editor in Cheif

September 22, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Anticipation rises. Even as people begin to line at the gate, the tension continues to build. “In the beginning, there was only ocean…” the movie continues to roll as everyone on the student council committee stops to look around. The reality had sunken in; Parkview’s student council has officially...

Hurricane Irma encourages an extra three days off of school

Hurricane Irma encourages an extra three days off of school

Anika Akbar, Editor in Cheif

September 22, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Be it heavy rain or a sunshine so scorching, snow days up to the heights of Kanye West’s ego or even acquiring the fame of Twitter, the Gwinnett County Public School system is notorious for abiding by a strict enforcement of 180 school days (even when the governor says it is not necessary). However,...

Moon named Teacher Of the Year

Moon named Teacher Of the Year

September 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

    Matt Moon was named the teacher of the year at a ceremony at Parkview on Tuesday, September 5. Moon Teaches math and was recently named the Department Chair of the Mathematics department. The two other finalist this year were Heather Buag and Ali Scott....

PHS students take on Dragon Con

PHS students take on Dragon Con

September 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

  PHS students get into this weekend's Dragon Con festival in Atlanta. The Princess Bride characters were there- Jackson Crean dressed as Dread Pirate Roberts and  Jessie Hurst was the lovely princess' Buttercup!...

Mohammad Makhmudov is Parkviews STAR student

Mohammad Makhmudov is Parkviews STAR student

Danielle Franklin, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Each year an exceptional student is chosen for the star student award. The star student is determined solely by SAT score. This year’s star student is Parkview senior Mohammad Makhmudov. Mohammad scored an almost perfect score of 2380 on the old version of the SAT; an outstanding accomplishment.  ...

Rifle team welcomes five new shooters

Rifle team welcomes five new shooters

Marie Stanford, Business Manager

January 20, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Fourteen Parkview students are competing in what happens to be the quietest sport our school has to offer. With all the loud hustle and bustle that goes along with the majority of high school sports like soccer and football, rifle team is on a whole different playing field. Shooting at targets that are...

Smart cars now hit Atlanta

Smart cars now hit Atlanta

Miroslav Georgiev, Staff writer

January 18, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Atlanta is not the first city one considers when discussing driverless cars. But ever since the White House launched the "Smart Cities" program last September, of which Atlanta is a member city, there is a very real possibility that what some consider to be the future of cars will come sooner rather...

Governor’s Honors program offers more opportunities

Governor’s Honors program offers more opportunities

Jenny Nguyen, Copy Editor

January 17, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

As students dive into the monotonous rigors of school, other students prepare for an especially promising and prestigious prospect—the Governor’s Honors Program. Parkview students Ryan Tay (10), Amy Wang (10), Grace Hu (11), Jeremy Levin (11), Frank Tang (11), Jordon White (11), Karen Ye (11), Maya...

Wisecracks in the pavement

Karen Ye, Editor-in-chief

October 25, 2016


Filed under Centerspread, Showcase

Helicopter Parents

SAVE/SADD explains the goal behind the 89%

Karen Ye, Cartoonist/Copy Editor

April 27, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

Throughout the buildings and hallways of Parkview, one might see the many signs advertising different clubs, events, and other activities. Some of the more intriguing signs hanging on the walls are the ones depicting “89%” with a plain blue background, revealing nothing more about its message. This...

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