Each student. Every day.
Earning hundreds of awards each year, the Park Hill School District and our schools, staff and students are recognized leaders.
Hear about the Park Hill School District from our students, staff, families and alumni, in their own words. Our people tell the real story of Park Hill.
The numbers paint a picture of the Park Hill School District community. From our enrollment to our demographics to our staffing, you get a glimpse of the real Park Hill when you look at our data.
Because of food and labor shortages, our Nutrition Services department can no longer provide birthday treats after Friday, Sept. 17. We will start allowing families to send birthday treats if they want to do so, as long as they come from our list of treats that contain none of the major allergens.
Our teachers, administrators and support staff have gone above and beyond this year, and we want to thank them for everything they do.
We are hiring full-time and part-time support staff positions.Join our team and be a hero for our students. Our pay begins at $14.15 an hour.
We are trying to do the right things to take care of our students, our staff and our community. From our award-winning students and staff to our innovative programs, this report highlights why families continue to move here to join our Park Hill family.
Two Park Hill School District students earned places among the Kansas City Star Scholar Athletes for their academic, athletic and community achievements.
Six students from across the Park Hill School District earned honors in the national SkillsUSA competition through the Northland Career Center.
The 2020-2021 Park Hill High School volleyball team earned the United States Marine Corps’ and the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Team Academic Award.
Our Park Hill School District support services and transportation centers earned an award for sustainability for the architects who designed them.
Renner Elementary English language development (ELD) teacher Marcy Schumacher earned the prestigious WIDA Fellow award for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Walden Middle School building earned major awards for sustainability and for a collaborative design process.