Greetings Parlier Unified Families,
Despite the ongoing warm temperatures, Tuesday, September 23, 2014 marks the first day of fall. Soon enough, many of us will find ourselves celebrating such traditional events as harvest, Halloween, and the Big Fresno Fair. Major League Baseball’s World Series is right around the corner and college and NFL football games are lighting up televisions in many of our homes. Whether you are a Dodger or Giants fan, a Raider, 49er, or Cowboy fanatic, a Benavidez Bengal, Martinez Jaguar, Chavez Wildcat, Brletic Cougar, Parlier Jr. High School Tiger, San Joaquin Valley High School Lion, or Parlier High School Panther, the common thread that bonds us together is that we desire the absolute best opportunities for the young people that call Parlier Unified their home. Read More
Parlier Unified School District is nestled in the heart of the California San Joaquin Valley and neighbors the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountain range. Our service area spans 49 square miles of Fresno County and encompasses a population base of nearly 15,000.
Historically, Parlier schools have educated our diverse community since 1874. Parlier School District was established for the 1903-1904 school year, later incorporating as a unified school district on July 1, 1955. Our outstanding certificated and classified workforce comprises over 280 employees.
Our district features four elementary schools, one junior high school, one high school, and one alternative education school. In addition, the District offers our high school students participation in Valley Regional Occupational Program (VROP), a career technical education program that focuses on preparing students for the global economy workforce. We continue to grow, with the planned construction of a new gymnasium at Parlier High School the most recent development.