College Application Week

Harrison McDowell, News

November 17, 2017


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It's North Carolina college application week! During this week, which is promoted by North Carolina, many NC schools will waive their application fees. Not all of the North Carolina schools waive their fees but there are many which do waive their fees. This promotes more high school students...

New IB Coordinator

Harrison McDowell, News

November 3, 2017


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There is a new IB/AP coordinator for the 2017-2018 school year, Liana Blue. Last year she was a biology teacher here at Page. This year, along with her new position, she is also teaching IB Biology SL, the highest level IB class. We interviewed her and this is what we found out:  How were y...

Homecoming Court 2017

Spencer Harris, News Editor

October 26, 2017


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Congratulations to the ladies who represented Page on the homecoming court on Friday, October 20. Representing the Class of 2021 were Azia Hauser and Dream Jones. Representing the Class of 2020 were Amanda Bestman, Elizabeth Ksor, Mariel McDougall, and Yessica Paz-Ortiz Representing the Class of 2019...

Welcome New Staff Members

Harrison McDowell, News Writer

October 17, 2017


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There is a number of new staff members at Page High School for the 2017-2018 school year. We have a new principal, Eric Hines and two new assistant principals, Lise Timmons-McLaughlin (Juniors) and Charles Carter (Freshman). According to Mr. Carter, "What brought me to Page was that I was at...

Seven Period Day

Harrison McDowell, News

October 2, 2017


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For the 2017-2018 school year, Page High will be using a seven period day instead of our traditional six, and it’s a big change for students and teachers. The school spent numerous hours pondering this change. How will it affect students? How will it affect teachers? There is one more...

Men’s Track Captures All-Metro Conference Crown

Tori Morehead, Sports Writer

May 12, 2017


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On May 3rd 2017, Dudley hosted the All Metro Conference Championship track meet featuring our Pirate boys taking home 1st place and our girls taking home 3rd. The Pirates ran against our 4A conference including Smith, Grimsley, Dudley, Southeast and Southern Alamance. The boys had a total of 171 points...

Successful Night for Open Mic!

Ashley Yates, Staff Writer

May 12, 2017


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Page High School’s Poetic Voices’ open mic was a great success, thanks to the Poetic Voices club led by Mr. Conte. Arthur Jones, a junior officer of the club elaborated on his time at the event. He said, “Open Mic Night was one of the greatest nights of my life. It was such an honor to be a host ...

2017 Jr/Sr Prom!

2017 Jr/Sr Prom!

Ashley Yates, Staff Writer

April 24, 2017


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Break out the dancing shoes and get ready for night under the stars! Page High School’s senior and junior prom will be held on Saturday April 29th from 8pm to 12 am at The Terrace at the Greensboro Coliseum. At 10:30 the doors will be closed, so be sure to arrive prior to 10:30! Tickets are being so...

Mrs. Bowser Wins Rookie Teacher of the Year

Meagan Gutheil, Staff Writer

April 21, 2017


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The winner of the Rookie Teacher of the Year award here at Page has been awarded to Mrs. Bowser, an Earth and Environmental science teacher. According to Mrs. Bowser, winning this award meant a lot. “I am incredibly grateful and appreciative to have been chosen to win. It had to have been a tough d...

Career Fair Bring 30 Potential Employers to PHS

Ahangyibwe Sadock, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017


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The Annual Career Fair was held on March 15th in the auxiliary gym here at Page high.  It was a great chance for students here at Page to learn about various jobs that are available for them to seek here in Greensboro, as there were 30 employers from all over North Carolina here to teach students about what the...

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