Patrick Mitchell inspired greatness in the Parker community By Matthew PiechalakThis story...Read More
Parker alumna seeks to bridge the information gap between culture & medicine By Matthew...Read More
Entering Alan Johnson’s art studio was a welcomed reprieve from the daily academic rigors experienced by all Parker students.
The double doors were always wide open to a room both bright and welcoming. It was a space to find inspiration––to create.Read More
Fran Styles was a pioneer for the advancement of girls’ athletics across San Diego.
Fran, a former physical education teacher, coach, department chair, and athletic director at Parker, died on December 15, 2020. She was 93-years-old.Read More
It is with great pride that I write to you today to inform you that Parker has been granted the maximum seven-year status of accreditation by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).Read More
Wayman Yeldell ’09 was one of four alumni featured earlier this month during the Upper School fall interim, “The Common Ideal of Character.” Wayman spoke in a prerecorded interview with Social Justice teacher Phil Trotter, Parker Director of Community Engagement Kevin Dunn, and Grade 12 student Eleni Stavros, Class of 2021.Read More
Parker Coach Dave Glassey, parent and Los Angeles Dodgers Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations Josh Byrnes, professional baseball player Nick Noonan ’07, and coach Erick Threets discuss changes to baseball and what effects the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the future of the sport.Read More
“We walk boldly and humbly toward a racially just future where each one of us feels like we belong...Read More
Francis Parker School alumnus Jeff Silberman ’75 will become the fourth recipient of the School’s Distinguished Alumni Award.
Jeff was unanimously voted as the next honoree by a group of his peers for embodying the essence of a Parker education: intellect, initiative, and social responsibility.Read More
By Matthew Piechalak Author Scott Hylbert ’87 believes there is a golden rule that applies to all...Read More