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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 the students, parents, and patrons of Page High School,

I would like to congratulate all of the students who participated in our many fall extracurricular events. We had great success in our sports teams especially the boys cross country team. They are state champions! Our other sports teams represented Page High School well. We had an outstanding play You Can’t Take It with You by Marla McPherson and her drama club. Lynda Nolan gave us a great choir concert. Her students did well at the state choir competition. Our band, under the direction of Kevin Schadel, also did well. We are proud of these students. I would highly encourage all students to do extracurricular activities. Studies have shown that students who are involved in extracurricular activities usually preform at a higher level while they are in school and are more prepared for the future. I also highly encourage you as parents and patrons to come out and support our students in their many activities.

As you have seen in some of my previous letters, I have talked about doing your best and being prepared as a student in high school. We continue to have a high rate of F’s by our students. I would like to provide some tips to help you as students and as parents helping your students be more successful. A lot of this information comes from a pamphlet entitled “Starting High School: What Every Student Should Know.”

Test Taking

  • Before the test:
    • Have several study sessions
    • Don’t cram the night before
    • Get plenty of sleep and eat a healthy breakfast
  • During the test:
    • Relax. Take slow, deep breaths if you need to calm yourself.
    • Read directions carefully, look over the whole test, and plan your time so you can finish all sections.
    • Long-term projects.
    • Be sure to:
      • Give yourself plenty of time, don’t procrastinate.
      • Divide your work into parts. Set a deadline for each part. Use a planner or a calendar to help you stay on track. Try to finish your work early.
  • Studying
    • When you study, be sure to:
      • Avoid distractions. Study in a quiet place, preferably in a room where you can shut the door.
      • Have plenty of light. Have all needed materials at hand, paper, notebooks, etc.
  • Taking class notes
    • Write clearly, so you can read your notes later.
    • Note key terms. Write down important ideas, not every word your teacher says. Review your notes after class. Fill in any important details you missed writing down.
    • Use your notes to help you study.
  • Writing assignments
    • Make sure you:
      • Know your subject, do your research, and reading.
      • Make an outline. Write a first draft.
      • Review and revise the draft. Proofread your final copy carefully.

Some other things to look at are:

  • Don’t let peer pressure ruin your file. Try to find friends who share your values like honesty, respect, etc. Walk away from situations that can get you or others in trouble.
  •  Learn to make wise decisions. Don’t let others make up your mind or decisions for you.
  • When it comes to relationships make sure you communicate what you do and don’t want in a relationship and dating. Remember you don’t have to date to fit in.
  • Since we just finished red ribbon week remember to stay away from drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. They could take away many of your choices and privileges.
  • Remember you are not alone in your quest for success you have a great staff that is here to help you succeed.

In closing, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving season. I hope we can look back and reflect on the many blessings we do have.

Principal Greg StanfieldSincerely, 

Greg Stanfield

Mr. Greg Stanfield
Principal

 


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Upcoming Concerts

Please join us for our orchestra concert on November 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the CAB. Read more >>>


 
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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.