Parkville High School
|Parkville High School|
|2600 Putty Hill Avenue
|School district||Baltimore County Public Schools|
Parkville High School (PHS) is a four-year public high school in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. The school was originally established in 1953 on what is now the location of Parkville Middle School. The current high school building opened in 1964. Area middle schools include Parkville Middle, Loch Raven Academy, and Pine Grove Middle. 
About the school
The school is located just northeast of Baltimore City. It is on the inside of the Baltimore Beltway, on Putty Hill Avenue, just west of Harford Road Maryland Route 147, and east of Old Harford Road. The school boundaries border Towson High School, Loch Raven High School, Perry Hall High School, and Overlea High School.
In 2007, Parkville High School was named one of the best 1300 schools in America. An extensive, $40 million renovation project began in 2014 to air condition the building, refurbish the exterior, and remodel much of the interior space.
Parkville has a magnet program for mathematics, science, and computer science. It is also the only high school in Baltimore County and Baltimore City that has German World Language classes.
Student population 
- 2011 1,616
- 2008 - Boys Basketball
Clubs and organizations
- Michael G. Comeau - member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 1997–99
- Guy Guzzone - member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 2007-
- Dan Keplinger - artist who was featured in Oscar-winning documentary King Gimp
- Rusty Gerhardt - a former professional Baseball pitcher for the San Diego Padres and current Texas Rangers Scout
- Kevin Palmer - a former NBA player for the Washington Wizards and current international player
References and notes
- Parkville-Carney Business Association - Meetings
- High School Boundaries, Baltimore County Public Schools - Office of Strategic Planning (August, 2004)
- America's Top Public High Schools - Newsweek America's Best High Schools - MSNBC.com
- Pash, Barbara. "$40M Pikesville High School renovation set to begin in July", The Baltimore Sun (March 13, 2014).
- Maryland State Department of Education[permanent dead link]
- MPSSAA Girls Basketball Archived August 7, 2004, at the Wayback Machine.
- MPSSAA Archived March 8, 2005, at the Wayback Machine.