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How to make the most of your summer

High school students helping out at Childrens Heathcare of Atlanta's Volunteen program.

Grace Kim, Opinion Editor

May 14, 2015

Summer break is blissful. It is a time to decompress from all the stress of the school year. Most students’ first instinct is to forget about all school related thoughts and devote all time to hanging out with friends, catching up on tv shows, and sleeping. Yet, summer is also a very valuable in which...

Gifted Learning: different, not better

Sania Chandrani, Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2014

Starting at age five, students can take tests that will separate them from their peers. If a kindergarten student scores exceptionally, he is ushered into a new cohort of students who also scored well. This is the Gifted program. Gifted used to be classified as a form of special education because of...

FBLA hits the ground running

FBLA officers Maria Ortiz and Judy Liu complete a leadership communications activity.

Fariha Kazi, Guest Writer

September 15, 2014

It is the beginning of another the school year, and Parkview’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)  is once again recruiting its new members. John Quincy Adams once said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” This is the just...

Parkview Golf comes out “swinging”

Parkview's varsity girl golfers celebrate their region win with coach Devon Walker.

Amy Pan, Staff Writer

May 13, 2014

Move over, Tiger Woods! Spring is in the air, and warmer weather is taking hold, which means that Parkview Golf is now in full swing (pun intended). Parkview’s golf teams have had a history of strong finishes in the past couple of seasons, with the girls winning the region championship in 2012 and...

Bronnum’s got a badge

Mrs. Bronnum, Parkview's New AP

Evan Long, Centerspread Editor

February 26, 2014

On the last day of last semester, Mrs. Rebecca Bronnum, Parkview social studies teacher since 2003, officially became one of our assistant principals. “I’ve been doing leadership roles in the school for a while now as gifted coordinator,” says Mrs. Bronnum, “I’ve been working with the county...

Objection, your honor: Parkview’s Mock Trial

Parkview's Mock Trial team attends the region competition in Athens, GA.

Amy Pan, Staff Writer

February 25, 2014

Usually, spending the weekend in a courtroom is not necessarily seen as a “good thing,” but there are a few students who beg to differ. Parkview’s Mock Trial team competed in the District 2 region tournament on Saturday, February 2 in Athens, Georgia. The event took place at the University of Georgia’s...

The sky is falling

Senior Kathryn Craven (center), junior Kimberly Peek (left) and sophomore Kathleen Hudson (right) enjoy the snow.

Sania Chandrani and Amy Pan

February 25, 2014

Chicken Little’s forecast may have been right. Twice. On Tuesday, January 28, Georgia experienced its first substantial snowfall since the infamous blizzard four years ago. The peculiarity only continued with another winter storm exactly two weeks later on Tuesday, February 10. Understandably, Parkview’s...

The cleanest couple at Parkview

Amy Pan, Staff Writer

January 14, 2014

“Have a great afternoon,” custodian Steven Batson enthusiastically tells a passing tenth-grader. School has just let out for the day, and many Parkview students are making their way through the halls, ready to head out to their cars or leave on the bus. Dismissal time can often be loud and chaoti...

Panthers sharpen their skills at Grayson Tech

Kylie Gabrielson, Sports Editor

December 6, 2013

Medicine, law, and education are all fields that many Parkview students have expressed interest in, but some have found that there is one resource that has been discussed in class that will help them get where they want to go. Many students are involved in different extra-curricular activities that...

Teenagers take coffee craze to the max

Niki Nourollahi, Editor in Chief

December 6, 2013

Tis the season for pumpkin pies, family gatherings, and…coffee? Fall and winter certainly bring in colder weather, so maybe that’s why I have seen a drastic increase in coffee drinkers at Parkview this semester. While that could be a plausible answer to this recent caffeine craze, there is a lot...

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