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Zain Charaniya is Parkview’s Career and Technical Education Student of the Year

Zain Charaniya is Parkview’s Career and Technical Education Student of the Year

Thuy Pham, Business Manager

May 21, 2016

Among the collection of technological prodigies at Parkview, Zain Charaniya is the epitome of excellence. With the conclusion of his senior year, his legacies and significant feats will leave a lasting impression on Parkview. His academic and extracurricular accomplishments serve as the foundation for...

Ryan Queen embodies the principles of a principal

Jenny Nguyen, Staff Writer

May 21, 2016

The core services of a principal extend well beyond the visible maintenance of his school—principals are endowed with the responsibilities of managing the daily activities of their schools, organizing the school staff, and disciplining the student body, all while coolly upholding the reputable legacies...

Muslim students of Parkview speak out against Islamophobia

Muslim students of Parkview speak out against Islamophobia

Anika Akbar, Business Manager

April 19, 2016

With terrorist organization Al Qaeda absent from recent news comes a more deadlier one called the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). But is ISIL truly, well, Islamic? There are those who believe that ISIL is conveying legitimate Islamic values, while those who are actual follower of Islam seem...

Impact Teens looks to build new relationships

Impact Teens looks to build new relationships

Grace Kim, Editor-in-Chief, Columnist

December 2, 2015

Every school year, dozens of new clubs spring up throughout Parkview, inviting students to get involved in a fresh and welcoming community. One club in particular, Impact Teens, looks to make a difference throughout the school by closing the gap between special needs students and the rest of the Parkview...

Mr. Murphy inspires students to teach

Mr. Murphy inspires students to teach

HongDuyen Pham, Centerspread Editor

December 2, 2015

Having devoted his time and effort to the American people for twenty years in the Coast Guard, Mr. Murphy, Language Arts teacher, now devotes his time and effort to his students. In the classroom, he aims to inspire students to achieve their goals rather than limiting their education to just the curriculum....

Parkview Cluster Foundation hosts an awesome 5k fun run in Lilburn

Parkview Cluster Foundation hosts an awesome 5k fun run in Lilburn

Anamika Sharma, Beats Editor, Staff Writer

December 2, 2015

Sunday October 18th, the Parkview Cluster Foundation held their first 5K and 1 mile Fun Run. This race took place on the Greenway Trail at Lilburn City Park. Kona Ice, Papa Johns, and 1910 Public House were sponsors who sold food at the event. The event was held to support the Parkview Cluster Schools....

Visually impaired students benefit from PHS vision center

Thuy Pham, Co-business manager

December 2, 2015

For over half the population, the fundamental idea of learning ties in with their vision. The realm of visual learning is meaningless for the visually impaired students at Parkview who progressively adapt to their environment in order to accommodate their loss of sight. As a result, some blind students...

Five Forks Scarecrow safe and sound

Madison Johnson, Staff Writer

October 9, 2015

     Born on a sunny spring day back in 1992, the Five Forks Scarecrow, better known as Mr. Crowe, sprung to life from the imaginations of the two daughters of Ms. Jetha Brooks. According to the Lilburn celebrity’s Facebook page, the scarecrow’s seasonal wardrobe change began with a rain coat. ...

Gladiator Pugnat

Gladiator Pugnat

Deepansha Chadha, Staff Writer

September 21, 2015

Est Victor! This is something you hear often in Parkview’s cafeteria after school. Gladiator fights are hosted at Parkview on every other Wednesday by the Junior Classical League (JCL) and National Latin Honor Society (NLHS). They were started awhile back so the members of the club can get their point...

The Re-emergence of the Prime Time Panthers

The Re-emergence of the Prime Time Panthers

Kaylah Edwards, Staff Writer

September 17, 2015

Many high schools have dance teams that are a very important part of school sports, with some performing in place of, or along with, color guard teams at football games, and also as the main entertainment at basketball games. However, with the introduction of two new dance teachers over the past four...

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