Parkview Jr./Sr. High School
- 408 West Beloit Street
- Orfordville, WI 53576
- Phone: (608) 879-2994
- Fax: (608) 879-9375
Beginning August 1, families will be able to register their students for the upcoming school year by going to the Parkview School District website at www.parkview.k12.wi.us. Through your Family Access (Skyward) account; you can follow the tutorial which will take you through the necessary steps of completing the registration process.
The online payment system (RevTrak) will accept all school fees; which allows families to eliminate the need of having to write numerous checks. In order to encourage families to complete the Registration in a timely manner; the usual online payment fee of $2.00 per transaction (through RevTrak) will be waived August 1-18, 2015. Don’t wait, beginning on August 19 the $2.00 RevTrak fee will be charged.
Don’t have a home computer? The Orfordville Public Library offers the option of using their patron computers. Sarah Strunz, Library Director, is trained on the Online Registration process and can assist you. Please call ahead to the library for their hours of operation (879-9229).
On-Site District Registration
Parkview Jr./Sr. High School
Thursday, August 18 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
You are also welcome to come to Parkview Jr./Sr. High School to use the computers for Online Registration. Assistance will be available, as needed.
Registration and Food Service Fees may be made online with a debit/credit card. Cash or Check payments will be accepted at the On-Site District Registration.
School pictures will be taken during the On-Site Registration on August 18 (11 a.m. - 7 p.m.). It is requested that you register your children for the upcoming school year before pictures are taken.
If you would like to take care of your paperwork ahead of time; please go to the Lifetouch website at www.mylifetouch.com or click on the Lifetouch link, on the Parkview website, at www.parkview.k12.wi.us. You may view the available photo packages, place your order and make your payment.
Please use the following Picture Day I.D. (as it applies):
Order forms will also be available in the PES and PJHS/PHS offices; as well as on our Registration Day.
Grades 7 –12 are also offered the option of having their school pictures taken on September 1. This is only for Grades 7-12. Parents/students will be in the building for conferences with the homeroom teacher.
The Parkview School District has seen the number of students attending the District increase since the start of the school year. Each year, every school district in the state of Wisconsin must conduct a pupil count in September and January. From the pupil count that was completed in September to the most recent count that was held this month, the enrollment at Parkview has increased by 12 students. The total number of students attending Parkview is now 782. New families that have come to Parkview have mentioned that the new facilities and the academic awards the District has received have been major factors in their decision to attend Parkview.
In addition to enrollment increasing, the Parkview School District saw improvement in their open enrollment numbers as well. While the number of students open enrolling into the District decreased by three, the number of students open enrolling out of the District decreased by eleven resulting in a positive gain for the District of eight students since September. For each student that open enrolls in or out of the District, Parkview either receives or must pay another district $6,639 in 2015-2016. Parkview experienced a similar type of improvement to open enrollment between September to January last year when the District experienced a positive gain of seven students.
The improvement in enrollment and open enrollment at Parkview will have a positive impact on the financial outlook in the District for this year and beyond. The District hopes to build on these gains as more and more families realize how attending Parkview can benefit their children and the community as a whole.
On November 4, 2015 the Parkview High School Student Council organized and filmed a "lip dub" to represent the school. The lip dub is a great way to show off our beautiful new building, and highlight all of the sports, clubs, and organizations that students are a part of throughout the junior high and high school. It also unified the whole school and showed off how much great spirit Parkview Vikings have!
Below is a link to the video:
ACT released the ACT scores for the Class of 2015 and the Parkview graduates scored well. The composite score for the Parkview Class of 2015 was 22.1. This score matched the State average for WI and was the highest score for a Parkview graduating class dating back prior to 2006.
Wisconsin as a state had the second highest average ACT score in the country so the fact that Parkview matched the State average reflects positive results by students and their teachers.
Over the past several years the Parkview teachers and administration have used the ACT test results to determine where more intensive instruction is needed and coursework has been revised to address these areas. The school district also provides a low cost ACT prep class, taught by Mr. Schullo and former Parkview teacher- Nancy Nettesheim, to students that want to increase their knowledge prior to taking the test. Many of our students have completed the prep class and found it to be beneficial.