The community portfolio is responsible for and in charge of all clubs available at Parel Vallei High School. We are the link between students and staff. We aim to create new opportunities and give the learners a chance to air their opinions and ideas, while improving the community and its wellbeing


Interact is a service club with a main focus on the community, people and animals included. By joining, you will be able to experience the joy of helping others and giving back to the community.


Parel Vallei offers first-aid classes under the guidance of Mrs. Marais. Exams are conducted upon completion of each course, and certificates are also awarded. Learners do first aid
duties at organized sports events at the school. The aim is to shape students’ self-confidence, acquire first-aid skills, and gain medical experience.


GiG (God is Good) offers all Christian learners the opportunity to express themselves in their beliefs, enrich themselves through the Word of God, and provide support to one another. Everyone is welcome! Meetings are held regularly. It is a lot of fun and organizes activities for the benefit of PV.


The Eco Club aims to help and create awareness about issues that affect nature, animals, and climate change as well as address them.


The ATKV (Afrikaanse Taal- en Kultuurvereniging) is an Afrikaans, Christian youth club whose focus is to help and serve people in the community. The Parel Vallei ATKV club is proud to be one of 89 youth branches in South Africa.


The Blue Thread Online Magazine is a student-led initiative that strives to celebrate the talent that was and still prevails in Parel Vallei. It is based on the principle that there is a thread running through the school that binds all individuals together – that thread is excellence! The magazine is for the students, by the students.


The Crafts Club is a place to share skills, learn some new ones and meet new people who become friends. Our projects benefit the school and the broader community.


The Robotics Club is for you if you want to explore technology. There is a variety of projects you can experience and it gives you an opportunity to express your creative ideas around technology.


The Investors Club is a club where like-minded people come together with the main objectives of  learning the basics of finance, business management and investing, to be ready and responsible to invest and partake in other financial investments after completion of high school.


Parel Vallei is honoured to be part of The President’s Award for ‘Youth Empowerment’ which is a full member of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. It operates in over 140 countries around the world and is therefore recognised internationally. 

Blue Thread

PV’s first ever online magazine hit the digital stand in September 2010, then known as Ultimate PV.

Recently the project has been resurrected. The magazine underwent a name change and is known today as Blue Thread. Along with the name change, the magazine now boasts a new sleek look, proudly reflecting a school like Parel Vallei.

As the name states, it resembles the blue thread that is woven through each facet of our school and binds all pupils, past pupils, staff and parents. The first issue of this refurbished magazine was published in 2015 and since then a new issue is released once a term.

Who takes part?
A few student editors keep the magazine going with the help of teachers and the approval of the principal. Any student who feels enthusiastic about writing, editing, designing and/or photography is encouraged to contribute to this project.

What do we do at Blue Thread magazine?
Blue Thread is a celebration of the very best Parel Vallei has to offer – covering each dimension of the school. It is a record of pride experienced at PV. 

Activities throughout the year:
The main objective of this magazine is to cover all aspects of the school: sport, culture, academics and other extra-mural achievements as well as the social plane. The magazine provides the readers with up-to-date articles on health, lifestyle, leisure and trends, keeping them in the loop with the latest events.

The Blue Thread strives to develop the skills of student editors, writers, photographers and designers in showcasing the school’s current pupils, staff, as well as the old dogs’ greatest achievements.

Attendance policy:
There will be a strict attendance policy, which is strongly monitored. Full attendance will be expected from all team members.  

Contact details:
Mrs. C. Isaacs:

The Award is available to all 14 to 24 year olds and is regarded as the world’s leading youth achievement award. It equips young people for life regardless of their background, culture, physical ability, skills and interests. Doing the Award is a personal challenge and not a competition against others; it pushes young people to their personal limits and recognises their achievements.

The aim of The President’s Award is to empower young people, by providing a balanced, non-competitive framework for self-development that will increase their self-esteem and enhance their capacity to achieve in whatever context they find themselves; enabling them to become responsible active citizens within their communities.