important information

2017-2018 Yearbooks
To place your order, log on to the secure website and enter Parkville Middle’s School Code: 13011

The deadline for orders is Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Yearbooks On Sale Image 

2017-2018 Yearbook Ads
Click here for information regarding 8th grade yearbook ads.  The deadline is Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

College and Career Workshops

Free College and Career Workshops will be hosted by The Central Church of Christ along with the East Baltimore Church of Christ on Saturday, March 17, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Middle school and high school students and their parents will learn about colleges, careers, and scholarships. Registration is free and breakfast and lunch will be served. See the attached flyer for workshop topics and registration instructions.

Questions regarding this information should be directed to the following individual(s):

Melanie Martin, Coordinator 443-809-0291

Parkville Middle School Welcomes Associate Principal, Mr. Dorian Barnes 

Associate Principal, Dorian Barnes will be with us this spring as he completes his principal internship.  Watch the clip below to learn more about him. 

Student Dress Code Update

Click here for more information regarding Parkville Middle School’s updated student dress code. 

An important message regarding school safety from Mrs. Trivas, School Principal

Maryland 529 College Savings Plan Information Session

Click here for more information and a list of the remaining sessions.

3rd Quarter Interim Reports Were Available Online as of February 22

Rather than send home a paper copy of your child’s interim report, we requested that parents log into for a full picture of their child’s performance and to view all of their child’s scores. 

 Lifetouch Spring Picture Date


  • Preview the Spring picture flyer before picture day.
  • Choose one pose and one background.
  • Present the flyer to the photographer on picture day.
  • A few weeks following picture day, a Family Approval picture package will be sent home for you to make a decision to keep or return the pictures.

Decision Letters for 2018-2019 Rising 6th and 9th Graders

Magnet Decision Letters for Middle School students entering grade 6 in the 2018-2019 school year will be mailed and emailed on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at the end of the day. 

Magnet Decision Letters for High School students entering grade 9 in the 2018-2019 school year will be mailed and emailed on Friday, March 9, 2018 at the end of the day. 

The information will be sent to the email address(es) and physical address listed on the application.

Parents may log in to the Magnet Online Application System to accept or decline seat offers. 

Wait List offers will be made through the email listed on the application or, if an email address is unavailable, the phone number(s) listed on the application.  It is important that Magnet Programs be notified of any changes to email address(s) or phone number(s).  Changes can be provided by email at or by phone at 443-809-4127.

A list of Wait List FAQs is attached for your review.

Click here to access the Magnet Program's Website.

PTSO Scholarship Application for Graduating Seniors

Deadline: Thursday, March 15, 2018

Former Parkville Middle School graduating seniors may apply for the PTSO Scholarship.  Click below for more information regarding the application process.  Completed applications are due no later than Thursday, March 15, 2018.  

PTSO Scholarship Application

BCPS One Parent Updates

As part of Baltimore County Public Schools' (BCPS) continuous improvement process, security enhancements are being made to BCPS ONE ( that will increase the protection of student information.  Click below for more information.

2016 MD Report Card

Click here to find information about Parkville Middle School’s attendance and assessment performance for 2016.

Our mission:

We will provide a quality education for all students that will prepare them for the academic rigor of high school. We pledge to provide quality instruction every day in a safe and secure learning environment.

We believe that:

  • All students should be challenged to reach their full potential
  • Quality education requires an effective teacher in every classroom
  • Families and communities are essential partners in the educational process
  • Students and staff members should act with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner
  • Students benefit greatly from extracurricular activities








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