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About Parkview School

Parkview School in the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District offers increased flexibility for athletes to balance their academic responsibilities with their training and team practices in several ways:
  • Flexible Scheduling: Students and staff create personalized schedules tailored to their training and competition commitments. Athletes can adjust their study hours to accommodate early morning or late afternoon training sessions, team practices, and competitions without missing important academic deadlines or falling behind in their coursework.
  • Self-Paced Learning: Students have the flexibility to progress through course materials at their own pace. This means that athletes can allocate more time to focus on challenging subjects or assignments when they have lighter training schedules and dedicate additional time to training during periods of intense competition or travel.
  • Remote Learning Options: We offer remote learning options, allowing athletes to complete their coursework from any location with internet access. This flexibility enables athletes to participate in training camps, competitions, or away games without disrupting their academic progress. They can access classroom activities, assignments, and study materials online, submit work electronically, and communicate with teachers and classmates through virtual platforms.
  • Individualized Support: Individualized support is provided to meet the unique needs of each student. Athletes can work closely with teachers, the school counselor, and coaches to develop academic plans that align with their training schedules and athletic goals. Teachers can offer additional assistance, or tutoring, to accommodate athletes' training commitments and ensure they stay on track academically.
  • Time Management Skills: By balancing their athletic pursuits with independent study coursework, athletes develop essential time management skills, organizational strategies, and self-discipline habits. They learn how to prioritize tasks, manage their time effectively, and juggle competing demands, which are valuable skills that can benefit them both in sports and in their future academic and professional endeavors.