Osteen Nominated for U.S. Military Academy

Osteen Nominated for U.S. Military Academy

Hannah Avondet, Staff Writer
March 1, 2017
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Every year the Sixth District Service Academy Nomination Board recommends several applicants to attend the United States Service Academy. This year one of the 20 North Carolina nominated students is our very own William “Bill” Osteen III. Osteen applied for a spot for the United States Military Academ...

Mr. Wood Retiring After Long Tenure At PHS

Mr. Wood Retiring After Long Tenure At PHS

Rae Gordon, Staff Writer
February 16, 2017
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Mr. Roger Wood, one of the Assistant principals here at Page High School, is retiring on February 17th. I recently sat down with Mr. Wood and talked to him about his time here at Page. Mr. Wood has been an educator for almost 27 years with 10 of those being here at Page.  Since he has been here, Page ...

Pirates Win Guilford County Track Championship!

Jacob Ludwig, Staff Writer
February 7, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

After two hard fought days, our boys won the GCS championship on January 31st at the JDL Fast Track in Winston Salem with 97.5 points total, which is 30 points better than any other team. Key performances by the boys were:  Garrett Willett (5th in 300 meter dash), Zach Wynn(5th in high jump), Tr...

Page Basketball Encourages Learning Next Door

Spencer Harris, Staff Writer
February 2, 2017
Filed under News, Sports

 Since early in the school year, the men's varsity basketball team has gone on Wednesday mornings, before school, to Cone elementary. There, the team reads and hangs out with the students. Junior guard, Sam Floyd says, "The kids love us, they get really excited when we come and it's a good feeling t...

The Stress of High School

The Stress of High School

Ashley Yates, Staff Writer
January 31, 2017
Filed under News, Student Life

Tests, projects, quizzes, homework, classwork, sports, extracurricular activities; these are all things that lead to the cause of stress for average high school students. Students are expected to not only maintain an average GPA, but as well be involved in activities outside of school. With only 24...

Page Yearbook Earns Top Honors

Lydia Whitesell, Staff Writer
January 27, 2017
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Let’s us give our props to our 2015-2016 Page yearbook and their many impressive achievements. As a whole, they were recognized for their hard work on many different occasions. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded them with a silver medalist certification and the NSPA (National Scholastic Pres...

Dr. Faison to Become Superintendent of Thomasville City Schools

Dr. Faison to Become Superintendent of Thomasville City Schools

Spencer Harris, Staff Writer
January 27, 2017
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As many of you may know, our principal of almost five years, Dr. Patrice Faison will be leaving Page High School and Guilford County. She has been hired as the new superintendent of Thomasville City Schools, in Thomasville, North Carolina. Dr. Faison says that she “Always wants to continue climbing...

McGugin Named Assistant Athletic Director

Branch Bobbitt, Staff Writer
January 27, 2017
Filed under News, Sports

Last summer Page High School received their first Assistant Athletic Director in the past decade. Ben McGugin, a social studies teacher at Page for the past four years, is now also the Assistant Athletic Director for Page. Ben said, “I love my new job and role for the Page High School Athletic departm...

“Welcome To The Brotherhood Of Team Voyage”

“Welcome To The Brotherhood Of Team Voyage”

Hannah Avondet, Staff Writer
January 6, 2017
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Captain Jordan Smith was asked what does Team Voyage mean to him and he replied, “Team Voyage means a way to change stereotypes given to young African American men and also to better myself in the process.” Team Voyage is a group to promote academic investment and social capital with African Amer...

Pirates Benefit From Junior Achievement Program

Pirates Benefit From Junior Achievement Program

Morgan Craddock, Staff Writer
December 8, 2016
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The Junior Achievement program is an organization in Greensboro that partners with businesses and schools to help teach students workforce development, career readiness, and financial literacy. For the past couple of years Page’s Career Development Coordinator, Latasha Yancey has worked with the Junior A...

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