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Silberman Student Life Center





Welcome to the new home of Lancer athletic competitions.

This 32,000 square foot multiuse facility will propel Parker athletes to new heights, and provide expanded space for health and wellness programming.

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The Silberman Student Life Center is a multi-use facility that will propel Parker’s athletics, physical education programs, and health and wellness initiatives to new heights with expanded, modern spaces that complement the current Field House.

The Silberman Student Life Center will feature:

  • Indoor and outdoor community gathering spaces

  • Professional offices for faculty and coaches

  • Multi-functional classroom with sprung wood floors, mirror, barre, state-of-the-art technology, and Juliet balcony overlooking Lauer Field

  • Multi-purpose room with sliding glass door access overlooking the gym

  • Indoor elevator between the first and second floors

  • Satellite athletic training room

  • Locker, team, and changing rooms for students, faculty, staff, coaches, and visitors


Designed with the environment in mind, it can accommodate solar technology on the rooftop to subsidize the building, pool, and campus power usage.


The Silberman Student Life Center has been named by Parker grandparents and parents of alumni, Jeff and Karen Silberman. Jeff, a member of the Class of 1975, is a former Parker Board Chair and the School’s fourth Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.

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Parker Forward represents Parker’s commitment to the whole child: great academic training, outstanding citizenship, purposeful community service, and excellent physical and mental health. That’s why Parker Forward is more than a building project—it is about mission, vision, strategic direction, and values—and we are excited and honored to be a part of this phase. We also know these facilities will have a tremendous impact on the San Diego community. It will deepen Parker’s partnership with adjacent and broader neighborhoods and under-resourced communities by providing access to facilities from which everyone can benefit.

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