News and Features

  •  Jocelyn Lerma, Sullivan Morris, and Jack Davis at the Senior Leadership Conference

    Seniors represent PCHS at Inaugural Supt. Student Leadership Forum

    On March 5, select seniors from across the Manatee County School District got the opportunity to attend the inaugural Superintendent’s Student Leadership Forum at Southeast High School.

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    Exploring Literature with PCHS Media Specialist

    Meet Mercedes Wildman, whose ability to introduce books and interact with students knows no bounds, after all, that is what originally brought her to be media specialist at PCHS. As a former English teacher, Wildman is a beacon of wisdom in the world of literature, as she ensures every reader finds comfort and companionship within a literary masterpiece.

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  •  23-24 Blue Belles Competition Team

    Blue Belles Dance Concludes a Memorable Season

    You may have seen the Blue Belles Dance Team on the sideline or perhaps performing during basketball half time, but did you know they also have a competition season?   The Blue Belles dance team has grown in numbers. This talented group of dancers started the school year with 8 members; now they have 13. The dance team recently finished their 23-24 season and try outs for next year are slated for April 15-17 from 5:00-6:30pm in the school gymnasium.

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  •  Bulls Athletics Logo

    National Signing Day for PCHS Athletes

    For most high school athletes, the opportunity to play a sport at the collegiate level is a dream. For twenty of these student athletes at Parrish Community High School, this dream came true.

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  •  The Bulletin: Music

    Band provides opportunities for students to engage in music

    Music for a lot of people in our community is a big part of them and their life. Any music program is about determination and knowing where one wants to be in their music path. Band, specifically, is a way for some people to connect and learn about their love for music. According to Brooklynn Deckman, “Band takes a lot of effort but it’s a lot of fun. It takes a lot of concentration and practice to get to where we want to be.”

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  •  HOSA Board in advisor April Thornton's classroom

    PCHS Future Health Professionals Going to States

    Parrish Community High School’s HOSA club cleaned up at the recent district competition, claiming the top three places in multiple categories and qualifying for states in Orlando from April 4-7.

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    Turning Pages: PCHS Book Club

    The book club, a recent addition to Parrish Community High School, is in its second year. Sponsored by librarian Mercedes Wildman, the book club is a group of students interested in sharing their passion of reading with others.

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    Finding Their Voices Through Speech and Debate

    Another year for the Speech and Debate club at Parrish Community High School, where students sharpen their communication skills and share their passion for public speaking. With the club’s growth and success, PCHS is now preparing to introduce a new speech class to cater to the new interest in this skill set.

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  •  PCHS JROTC at the Parrish Heritage Parade

    Parrish Community Supports Heritage Festival

    On March 9, the community of Parrish joined to participate in a festival showing their pride in Parrish Heritage. The festival included a parade held along 121st Avenue by US-301 followed by a cook-off. Many organizations joined or volunteered to raise awareness about their programs and support Parrish.

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  •  Projects from Henderson's classes for African American History Month

    PCHS does more to celebrate African American History

    Austin Henderson, a world history and US history teacher, has had students create various projects inspired by black history. Some of those projects can be found in building 6 near his classroom. These projects focus on famous African American artists such as poets, authors, singers, and dancers.

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  •  Students at Blake Hospital

    Parrish Medical Academy Students Gain Inside Knowledge at Blake Hospital

    On February 23, Parrish Community High School medical students got a behind the scenes tour of Blake Hospital to experience what it is like to work in a hospital setting. Blake Hospital CEO Steve Young had a variety of activities planned for the students to participate in.

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    Reinventing Yourself 2024

    We all know about the concept of reinventing ourselves, but it's not always easy to figure out how to do so or where to start, so if you're feeling lost, here are 4 ways to reinvent yourself for 2024!

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    Your College Search Begins with Stress-Free Annual College Fair

    Upperclassmen enjoyed a brief and stimulating break from classes on this past Tuesday, February 28th, bright and early in the morning; as representatives from universities near and far gathered on campus. Ambassadors from schools in-state, out of state, hands-on training programs, military recruitment, and an international school presented insightful information for potential pupils. Preparing our Bulls to take the initiative in having a hand in their careers is a difficult task, but the laid-back and enjoyable event seems to have found the perfect stress-free solution.

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    Parrish Community welcomes new resource officer

    Parrish Community High School welcomed another new face to the campus at the beginning of the semester; School Resource Officer Derek Pepper. In the short time he has been here, he has already impacted those around him.

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  •  Angela Conrad

    Conrad joins the PCHS Family

    Previously teaching at Keiser University, Angela Conrad joined the PCHS family in November to teach Environmental Science! She obtained a background in chemistry and is passionate about teaching science. However, her favorite part about teaching is the students and getting them to understand what they are learning.

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  •  Technology Student Association logo

    Shining Stars: Celebrating TSA Competitors

    TSA, technology student association, is a group of students who all share the passion of technology and explore our interest through competitions and community service.

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    PCHS Offers Pathways to Success

    Parrish Community High School offers multiple avenues for students seeking college-level courses, including Advanced Placement (AP) and Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE).

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  •  African American History Month Photography Project

    PCHS recognizes African American History Month

    Parrish Community High School is participating in the celebration of African American History month and taking the time to spread awareness and learn more about the history, traditions, and cultures of the African American Community.

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  • FFA at the Fair

    FFA at the Fair

    On the evening of January 11th, the Manatee County Fair opened its midway to hundreds of excited men, women, and children. But for the agricultural students at Parrish Community High School, their fair experience is about to end. Starting in the summer and early fall, students have the opportunity to choose and nurture an agricultural project of their liking. These projects range from swine, steer, poultry, rabbits, and even plants. Although it may be a stressful time for these students, the fair is a great way for them to showcase their hard work and talent.

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  •  IND Photo at Hunsader's Farm

    IND program: a beacon of inclusion and empowerment

    The Intellectual disabilities (IND) program at Parrish Community High School provides a specialized educational track for students aged 14-22. This program is designed to offer an alternative route to graduation, culminating in the attainment of a distinctive diploma after the completion of senior year. The IND program is tailored to meet the diverse needs of its student body, ensuring a comprehensive and inclusive educational experience.

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