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Welcome to Parkland School District Athletics - The Parkland School District participates in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference and is a member of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association in District XI.

College Athlete Recognition Day - April 16, 2019
The Athletic Department will be holding College Athlete Recognition Day on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019. This will be for any athlete going on to play at a 4-year college next year.  To be recognized, student athletes must have played for a PIAA Parkland Varsity Team in their respective sport during the 2018-2019 school year.  This will replace the National Letter of Intent (NLOI) signing days held in the past.  See the full list here.

Multiple Sport Participation
The Parkland School District Athletic Department encourages students to participate in a variety of sports.  This aligns with the recommendations from NCAA coaches and the philosophy that the best high school athletic experience places athletes in a wide variety of situations and a broad spectrum of peers and coaches. Unfortunately, many student athletes are misled into thinking that “more is better” and attempt to participate in club sports or other activities at the same time they are on our Parkland athletic teams.  We urge parents to check with Parkland coaches BEFORE allowing children to participate in multiple sports or activities in the same season.  With very few exceptions, it is not feasible to do so and those young athletes who do, find that they cannot perform at the level required.  Further, the potential for injury due to fatigue and overuse becomes greater.   Finally, Parkland sports are tied directly to academic achievement and appropriate behavior in school and during our athletic activities.  Overloading a child’s schedule with more than one sport a season can have serious negative impact on both academic achievement and social behavior due to fatigue and stress. While we offer a wide range of opportunities at Parkland and know there are many other quality athletic experiences available outside our offerings, we ask that students pick one activity per season and strive to be the best they can during that time!

Alumni Recognition
The Parkland Athletic Department recognizes current NCAA Division I and II Parkland alumni by placing signed photographs of them in our cafeteria lobby trophy case.  These pictures stay there until graduation from the students’ respective colleges and are then permanently displayed on the walls of our ticket taking area at PHS. If you are a current college athlete or have a child who meets the criteria for recognition, please send us an 8” x 10” autographed, glossy action photo from their college media guide or action shot from a game.  The photo can be dropped off at PHS or mailed to us at:  Parkland High School Athletic Office, 2700 North Cedar Crest Blvd. Allentown PA 18104

Interscholastic Athletic Opportunities Disclosure Reports

NO DRINKS (open or closed), NO BACKPACKS will be allowed in any athletic events!!! You will be asked to return your item to your car, or to discard your drink into the trash cans located at the entrance gate.

ATTENTION STUDENTS: Dress code requirements are in force at ALL athletic events.  Students must wear clothes that cover their entire TORSO!!


Parkland School District Alumni Page


Athletic Director
William J. Dreisbach
phone: 610-351-5600

Assistant Athletic Director
Robert Tice
phone: 610-351-5900 ext. 75587

Assistant Athletic Director
Mike Dobil
phone: 610-351-5900 ext. 75551


Ticket Prices

Parkland Athletic Event Ticket Prices:
$5 – adults

$3 – students in grades 1-12

Senior Citizens (62 years and older) and Military with current ID admission is free.

Click here for flyer: PARKLAND HIGH SCHOOL  Athletic General Admission Event Ticket

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