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Proud Home of the Sand Devils

Page High School is located in Page, Arizona, a city born just over 50 years ago with the creation of the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. We serve over 1000 students in grades 9-12. Our school offers a diverse selection of educational and extra-curricular opportunities for our students. We're proud of our dedicated staff and the success of our students.

We welcome you to our website and hope that you'll find it useful and informative. Be sure to see what's planned by visiting our school calendar, enjoy the many Web resources on our Helpful Links page, meet our staff , and learn about our school by visiting the About PHS page. Want to know how you can help our students and our schools? Read about Arizona School Tax Credits and learn how you can commit your tax dollars to the activities of your choice. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

Mission Statement

The Mission of Page High School is to empower students through a rigorous and relevant education to meet future challenges.

Vision Statement

Every Page High School graduate is college, career, and community ready.

Belief Statments

  • Community
    • Education is a shared responsibility among staff, students, families, and community.
  • Future
    • Our students' learning impacts the future of our society.
  • Learning
    • People learn to think critically and evaluate information effectively when they are invested in the process.
  • Passion
    • Best learning occurs when there is a positive environment.

A Message from our Principal

Greetings to all students of Page High School, 

I want to say welcome and let you know how excited we are for the upcoming school year. There have been quite a few changes in the school over the summer. You have hired a new principal, and my name is Greg Stanfield. I am looking forward to getting to know and work with each of you. We also have a new assistant principal, Mrs. Martin, a new dean of students, Mr. Smith, and a new athletics director, Mr. Rivers. We have also hired some new teachers who I feel are great and will continue to provide you a quality education along with the rest of our previous staff members.

As we begin this new year I would like to challenge you as students to follow these things. I call them the three 'r’s which stand for rights, respect, and responsibility.

The Personal Responsibility of Page High School Students

As a student of Page High School, you are expected to be aware of and to accept your individual responsibilities in the following areas:

  1. The Teaching/Learning Process
    You deserve the best instruction that Page High School is capable of providing. For the efforts of the teachers to be successful as possible and for you to work and achieve to the best of your abilities, you must cooperate with the teachers. Like farming and healing, teaching is a cooperative art because it involves cooperation with nature to help produce results. Teachers help the activity of learning that goes on in the minds of students. Learning is a natural process and unless students work at gaining knowledge and understanding, “no genuine learning ever occurs, no matter what teachers try to do to make it occur” (Alder).
     
  2. Respect for the Rights of Others
    Every right you have has an obligation attached to it. Your right must also be balanced against the rights of others, and their rights must be balanced against yours. Also, the purpose of the school and the requirements of the educational process must be weighted in deciding who has a right to do what and what behavior needs to be punished. That is why our society has laws and why a school has rules. However, if you are one of those students who want to take full advantage of all of your rights and opportunities at this school while at the same time respecting the rights of others, we at Page High School will support and help you.
     
  3. Responsibility for Your Own Actions
    You will be held responsible only for the things you do or fail to do. What others do or do not do, are of little importance in determining whether or not you have accepted your responsibility as a student citizen at Page High School. If you choose to follow bad examples set by a few of the students at Page High School, you will be held responsible for your actions and your actions only. The decision will be yours, and so will the consequences. Your first responsibility, then, is to decide how you should conduct yourself while you are at school; your second responsibility is to be prepared to accept the consequences of your actions.

If you will follow these items we will have a great school year. I encourage each of you to get involved in school activities, to show your school spirit, and take pride in being a part of the Sand Devil nation. We have a strong tradition as a school, but we do want to raise the bar in academics, arts, athletics, and attitude.

Again, welcome to Page High School, and let’s make the 2016-2017 the best school year ever.

Principal Greg StanfieldYours in Education, 

Greg Stanfield

Mr. Greg Stanfield
Principal

 


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Activities and Athletics Programs

Page High School is proud of their robust and successful athletic and activity programs. If you are interested in participating and would like to know what it takes to get involved, review the Activity/Athletic Requirements below:


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After School Programs

Students enrolled in extended day, library use, or tutorial may stay Monday through Thursday from 3:30-4:45 p.m. for academic assistance.

Students who wish to take advantage of our extended hours services must arrive at the appointed service area by 3:30 p.m. and must, because of safety reasons, remain in that area until 4:45 p.m.

Late buses run only for students who are involved in extended day programs, library use, or tutorial programs.