Global Environmental Literacy at John P. Parker School
John P. Parker School is a PreK-6 neighborhood school located in Madisonville, an eastern suburb of Cincinnati. Its state-of-the-art facilities are designed to enhance and support the best practices in education.
The man for whom the school was named, John P. Parker, was an engineer, entrepreneur, inventor, patent-holder and conductor of the Underground Railroad who loved books. Consequently, in the spirit of his legacy, John P. Parker School prepares students for college and careers, knowing that they have the responsibility to make a difference in the world and the ability to do so.
Through our Global Environmental Literacy Program, students build the skills and know-how to claim their place in a global society. Students study real-world problems that impact local, national and global communities using innovative technology, project-based learning and field excursions. By mastering the science of analysis and investigation, our students learn that change is possible and they have the courage to make it happen.