Mark Leviton
Coaching Duties
Junior Varsity Girls and Varsity Assistant
Additional Information

Coach Mark Leviton

JV Girls and Assistant Varsity


    * National Soccer Coaches Association of America East Region Assistant Coach of the Year- 2009

    * 8-AAAA Sub-Region Champions - 1994, 1998

    * Georgia State Champions: Shiloh High School - 1990, Ranked 6th nationally
    * Georgia State Coach of the Year - 1990
    * Gwinnett County Coach of the Year - 1988, 1989, 1990
    * Region 8-AAAA Champions - 1989
    * Head Coach of Georgia High School All-Star team - 1983,1989
    * DeKalb County Girls Coach of the Year - 1983

    * Varsity Girls                    20-7-3
    * Varsity Boys                123-69-6
    * Junior Varsity Boys         44-9-9
    * Junior Varsity Girls        89-16-19


Coach Leviton is an Atlanta native. He attended high school and played soccer at Westminster. He has a BBA degree from Emory University and Masters and Specialist degrees in Education from Georgia State University. He taught Social Studies for six years at Columbia High School in DeKalb County and then for 15 years at Shiloh High School in Gwinnett County. He is in his 11th year at Parkview teaching senior level Social Studies and coaching JV Girls soccer.

He played for many years in the Atlanta Amateur League. He earned a NSCAA National Diploma in 1988, the equivalent of a USSF National "C" license. He coached for three years in the Olympic Developmental  Program, coaching the U13 boys and girls.

His high school coaching career includes three years as Head Girls Coach at Southwest DeKalb High in Decatur; three years as Head Boys Coach at Peachtree High in Dunwoody; eleven years as Head Boys Coach at Shiloh High in Snellville and two years as Junior Varsity Boys Coach at Brookwood High in Snellville.  At Shiloh, his boys became the first Gwinnett County school to win the State Championship.

Mark and his wife, Mary Ellen, have been married for 30 years. They have one daughter, Ginny (23), who resides in Denver and works for Americorps,  and a son, Danny (17), a senior at Parkview.