at 7701 NW Barry Rd, Kansas City, 64153-1731 United States
Park Hill High School is one of two high schools in the Park Hill School District in Kansas City, Missouri. The current principal is Dr. Brad Kincheloe. The school is located on Barry Road in southern Platte County. The school was founded in 1952 with the original building located along 72nd street near Platte Woods. When the enrollment grew too great, the district built Park Hill High School's current building on Barry Road, and the 72nd Street building became Park Hill Junior High. It is now Plaza Middle School, the district's sixth-grade center. The current building at the intersection of Congress Avenue and Barry Road opened in 1967.FacilitiesThe Park Hill campus has undergone a series of remodeling efforts within the last decade or so to upgrade or replace many of its aging facilities. In the late 1990s a new gymnasium was built on the west side of the building to replace the original gym, which is now used mainly for practices and school dances. Around this same time an auditorium was built adjacent to the new gym.The Park Hill Aquatic Center is located next to the football complex. Along with serving various community needs, it houses the Park Hill and Park Hill South boys' and girls' swim teams, the Park Hill club waterpolo team, KC Sea Sprites synchronized swim team, and the Northland United club swim team.AthleticsSince 1998, Park Hill has won five wrestling state championships, two volleyball state championships, and the 2003 football state championship. It was also featured on an episode of the MTV show, High School Stories.
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