Parkview Village Elementary 

325 Gordon St. |  High Point. NC 27261 | Phone: 336-819-2945

Parkview Village Elementary Expressive Arts Magnet School is a Title One School. As such, we are able to offer our students additional opportunities for intervention and enrichment. In addition to the traditional arts classes, art and music, our students have the unique opportunity to experience dance, drama, and band instruments in music. Through the infusion of the expressive arts with academics, students gain a higher understanding of the curriculum while experiencing a rich learning environment.

Our student population averages 375 students Pre-kindergarten through Fifth grade. Students study the Common Core and the North Carolina Standard Course of Study while experiencing a collaborative teaching effort between classroom teachers, our cultural arts specialists (dance, drama, music, and art) and physical education.

We are an extended day school which allows our students to have an additional intervention and enrichment time during school to help all students meet with academic and social skills growth. Our students are exposed throughout the year to rich and varied programs that support the academic goals while broadening our students’ perception of their role as good citizens. Character education and service-learning are two vital components of our school’s mission. A focus on better communication with parents and support of parenting needs is a major part of our School Improvement Plan for this coming year.


Community service at school (noteworthy programs)

We have strong partnerships with Community Bible Church, Junior League of High Point, Guilford County Foster Grandparent Program, Jamestown United Methodist Church, Hunters Farm, and several local businesses. The in-kind services provided by these partners are invaluable and greatly appreciated by students, parents, and teachers. Many volunteer hours are donated by these and other dedicated community individuals throughout the year.

We invite you to visit our school and to learn more about our ROAR (Respect, Outstanding, Accepting and Responsible) character emphasis from students who strive everyday to become well-informed good citizens of our world.