Park View High School (Loudoun County, Virginia)
For schools of a similar name, see Park View School (disambiguation).
|Park View High School|
|400 West Laurel Avenue|
Sterling, Virginia 20164
|School type||Public, high school|
|School district||Loudoun County Public Schools|
|Principal||Mr. Kirk Dolson|
|Color(s)||Red, White, and Blue|
|Athletics conference||Dulles District|
|Rival||Potomac Falls High School|
Dominion High School
|Communities served||Sterling Park|
|Feeder schools||Forest Grove Elementary School, Sully Elementary School, Guilford Elementary School, Rolling Ridge Elementary School, Sterling Elementary School, Sterling Middle School|
Park View High School is a public secondary school in Sterling, an unincorporated area in Loudoun County, Virginia, United States. The school is part of Loudoun County Public Schools and is located at 400 West Laurel Avenue in the Sterling Park community.
Park View High School opened in 1976 and served the entire Sterling Park and Sugarland areas. When Richard Bonieskie opened Park View, it offered state of the art facilities, including a large auditorium and a two-level library, which gave the school the nickname "University of Park View" during the years following its opening.
As eastern Loudoun County began to experience high growth in the 1980s and 1990s, a considerable portion of its student body was fed into Potomac Falls High School, which opened in 1997. In 2003, more of Park View's student body were fed not only into Potomac Falls, but also into Dominion High School which opened that year.
Park View was extensively renovated between 2002 and 2004. The renovations included moving the library to the first floor, expanding it, adding classrooms on the second floor, reconstructing the main offices and guidance offices, the Senior courtyard, and constructing a foyer on the front of the building. In 2005, the auditorium was also renovated and features new seats, a new curtain, and new theatre systems. In 2017, furniture was added around the school as well charging stations.
In 2015, Park View student Danny Centeno-Miranda was shot and killed while on his way to school. Three people were caught and charged with crimes after the murder. Following Danny's death there was an outpouring of support for not just his family, but students and staff at the school. Other local High Schools rallied around Park View sending in notes of encouragement, and refreshments. 
Enrollment by grade
Enrollment by race/ethnicity
Enrollment by gender
Total Students: 1304
Accreditation and test scores
Park View High School is a fully accredited high school based on the Standards of Learning tests in Virginia. The school recently went through SACS accreditation in November 2009.
The average SAT score in 2015 for Park View was 1,420. The Loudoun County average was 1,612. 
|School Year||Mathematics||Critical Reading||Writing||Total|
|2005–2006||489||488||475||1,452 (977 M & CR)|
|School Year||Number of Students|
- Jeff Lageman, Class of 1985, Former NFL defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New York Jets
- Hilarie Burton, Class of 2000, former MTV TRL VJ, actress, former star of One Tree Hill, starring in White Collar
- Avery Clyde , Class of 1991, actress starring in Dawson's Creek
- Allen Pinkett, Class of 1982, Former running back for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Houston Oilers
- Billy King, Class of 1984, Former basketball player and winner of the Henry Iba Corinthian National Defensive Player of the Year award with the Duke Blue Devils, former General Manager and team President of the Philadelphia 76ers and former General Manager of Brooklyn Nets
- Drew Howe , Class of 1988, created and starred in Suddenly Royal
- Kurt "Weak3n" Schray , Class of 2009, Professional Smite eSports player for Team Allegiance
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