Grandparents Day

We are looking forward to celebrating our grandparents and our grand friends on Friday, October 11, 2019!

We are looking forward to celebrating our grandparents and our grand friends on Friday, October 11, 2019! Check back on this page closer to the time for more details!

Thanksgiving Chapel

Our Thanksgiving elementary chapel program will be held on Friday, November 22, 2019 at 11 am. We look forward to expressing our thankfulness and praise to God as we sing, recite verses, and present our Thanksgiving story!

Our Thanksgiving elementary chapel program will be held on Friday, November 22, 2019 at 11 am. We look forward to expressing our thankfulness and praise to God as we sing, recite verses, and present our Thanksgiving story! Our Thanksgiving chapel will be followed by a traditional Thanksgiving feast that can be shared by family and friends.

Christmas Concert

Join us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus! Parkway students look forward to presenting our Christmas concert on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7 pm.

Join us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus! Parkway students look forward to presenting our Christmas concert on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 7 pm. The end of the program marks the beginning of Christmas vacation.

SSACS Fine Arts Competition

At the end of April, Parkway students (4-8th grades) will participate in the Sunshine Association of Christian Schools annual fine arts competition.

At the end of April, Parkway students (4-8th grades) will participate in the Sunshine Association of Christian Schools annual fine arts competition. Students will compete in the areas of speech, art, choir, and band. The competition will be held at Land O Lakes Christian School in Land O Lakes, Florida.

Discipleship

How do we disciple our students?

In order to provide transformational discipleship, we use God’s Word as our guide for teaching, mentoring, and training.

We TEACH.

Parkway was founded on the premise that the Bible is essential for all of life, including academics.

Parkway was founded on the premise that the Bible is essential for all of life, including academics. As a result of this belief, we are very intentional about teaching our students the facts of the Bible, core doctrines, and the principles of Christian living. These subjects are specifically taught in Bible class and chapels, but we also integrate Bible teaching in all of our classroom environments.

We MENTOR.

All of our teachers are Christians who value the opportunity to educate in their subject area of expertise and help students grow in their faith in Christ.

All of our teachers are Christians who value the opportunity to educate in their subject area of expertise and help students grow in their faith in Christ. Teachers and staff are intentional about building relationships with students. Doing so facilitates natural opportunities to teach character, model a Christian lifestyle and train them to serve God and others.

We TRAIN.

Our classrooms and extra-curricular activities provide opportunities for our students to develop leadership skills, identify their gifts, articulate the gospel, and practice serving others.

Our classrooms and extra-curricular activities provide opportunities for our students to develop leadership skills, identify their gifts, articulate the gospel, and practice serving others. These opportunities are a direct result of our commitment to mentor our students both in an out of the classroom.

Before & After School

Our before and after care program is a place where education can be furthered through meaningful activities and recreation for younger students while providing an environment where older students can complete their homework or study.

    • HOURS
    • Morning: 7:00-7:50 am
    • Afternoon: 3:15-6:00 pm
    • COST
    • $3.00/ hour per child

Dress Code

K4-8th Grades

General

  • Uniform t shirts or polo shirts which display the school logo are required. The shirt must be a solid color and may not have any brand logos.
  • Sweaters and PCA sweatshirts may be worn but only over a dress code shirt.
  • Jeans and Bermuda or long shorts to the top of the knee are allowed.
  • If sandals are worn, they must have a heel strap. Backless footwear of any kind should not be worn.
  • Students must wear tennis shoes on PE days.
  • Skirts, capris, slacks, and to the knee Bermuda shorts are appropriate for school.
  • Elementary students should not wear make-up or acrylic/gel fingernails.
  • Leggings or jeggings may only be worn under an appropriate length skirt; not as a substitute for pants.
  • Long pants and to the knee Bermuda shorts are permitted. Hair must be neatly trimmed and be no longer than a dress shirt collar.
  • When combed straight down, it may not extend below the bottom of the ear or the bridge of the nose.

Young Men and Women
(9-12th grades)

General

The high school dress code is business casual. Young men and young women may wear the shirts and pants of their choice adhering to the following guidelines.

  • Pants must be loose fitting and reflect a business casual look. Khakis and cargo pants are acceptable. Jeans are not permitted in any color. Shorts are not permitted.
  • Shirts may have a small logo on them such as the Polo horse or the Nike swoosh. Shirts with writing on them are not permitted.
  • Only shirts with a collar may be worn.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times and pants must be worn with a belt.
  • Long pants must be neat and a solid color. All pants must be worn at the waist.
  • Casual loafers and dress shoes are permitted. Tennis shoes / athletic shoes are not permitted.
  • Long pants and capris are acceptable. Pant wear that is not acceptable includes: bib overalls, warm-up pants, sweat pants, athletic pants, leather, leggings or jeggings. Leggings or jeggings may be worn under an appropriate length skirt.
  • Skirts and dresses may be worn to school. The hemline must be touching the top of the knee.
  • Casual loafers and dress shoes/sandals may be worn. Tennis shoes / athletic shoes are not permitted.

First Offense

Teacher notifies parent

Second Offense

Administrative referral sent home and parent notified by the administrator.

Third Offense

Student will be sent to the office and parents will be notified to bring clothing or a uniform replacement

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