Through difficult times, the Parker community remains steadfast. Scroll to learn more about how Parker is rising to the challenge of learning, teaching, working, and connecting remotely.
Read the latest communications from the School and explore trusted mental health and wellness resources.
Find out more about Parker's new remote learning plan for each division, access weekly schedules, and receive tech help.
Schedule a virtual appointment with a member of the admissions team, take a virtual campus tour, and get a peek into our remote learning spaces.
We're Here for You.
These are unprecedented times, and now is when we need to look to our families, our friends, and our communities for support and for strength. And while Parker is fundamentally a school, at our core we are much more than a school. We are a community. We're committed to staying connected and helping one another. If you need some help or you know someone who does, just ask.
How do you adapt a play’s rehearsals and performances from the theater to a computer screen? Through Parker faculty ingenuity, students were able to sharpen their dramatic craft for a whole new kind of performance venue.
This spring, a beloved Senior Kindergarten tradition continued on through some creative virtual adaptations.
Backstreet’s back, alright! Your favorite boy band tribute group is back to share a special message and performance for our Middle School students. Enjoy!
Join Grade 10 Dean Mr. Losier for a fun and tasty lesson in cooking rosemary chicken at home!
Tune in as Grade 9 students present a live “trial” of a significant historical figure. The prosecution will bring charges, the defense will refute charges, witnesses will present evidence and YOU will decide: guilty or not guilty?
Join Parker’s after school staff for a fun rock-candy crystal experiment!
Small class sizes, state-of-the-art facilities, and curriculum designed to meet different learning styles help our students get the most out of every lesson.
We're committed to nurturing every student's artistic passions and strengths. From Lower to Upper School, students spend multiple days per week in performing and visual arts classes.
Community engagement programming, social-emotional learning, and even trips across the world help develop the whole-student.
Students across all grades learn the value of teamwork and resilience by playing sports. Upper school students can compete on one or more of our 20+ CIF varsity teams.