“If you are a nice person, stay a nice person,” says Harlem Globetrotter Zeus...Read More
This column was originally published in the Fall issue of Parker Magazine. By Ethan Kassar, Class...Read More
This story was originally published in the Fall issue of Parker Magazine. By Matthew Piechalak |...Read More
It’s a sunny fall afternoon on Lauer Field and Upper School student-athletes are hard at work in one of the final sessions of the Next- Level Lancer program for the first trimester.
The students are alternating between relays and conditioning drills, careful to maintain a six-foot distance to adhere to the School’s health and safety protocols. Parker Athletic Trainer Niki Dehner is keeping time on a stopwatch while also shouting encouragement to the teenage athletes.Read More
Linda Vista, Calif. – Former San Diego Chargers linebacker Stephen Cooper has been selected as the next head football coach at Francis Parker School, the School announced Monday.
Stephen comes to Parker after spending four seasons as a linebackers and defensive coach at San Diego High School, where he helped the Cavers win both a CIF championship and a Division 5-A state title in 2018. He has also been active in youth football for the past decade––formerly as a coach with the Balboa Raiders Youth Football and Cheer organization and currently with the San Diego Bolts in Grossmont.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
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
Ever since he was a little kid, Kimo Ferrari has dreamed of playing college basketball.
Earlier this week, that dream became reality when the CIF All-San Diego Section First Team guard accepted an offer to play at Brown University this fall.
“It’s an amazing feeling,” says Kimo, Class of 2020. “Many people have put in their time and sacrifices to help me reach the goal and I’m very grateful for all who helped me along the way.”Read More