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Welcome Dr. Sharon L Contreras to the Pirate Ship!

Dr. Contreras and Dr. Faison visiting Ms. Popovich's English class!

Tori Morehead, Staff Writer

September 29, 2016

    The Page Pirates were proud to host our new Guilford County Schools superintendent, Dr. Sharon L. Contreras on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 as a part of her Listening and Learning tour of GCS. She was greeted immediately at the entrance by our very own senior members of our non-profit orga...

Longtime Principal Mr. Clendenin Passes

Longtime Principal Mr. Clendenin Passes

May 11, 2016

Former Page High principal Mr. Robert Clendenin passed away last night. "Mr. C", as he was affectionately known, was the Captain of the Pirate ship from 1971-1991. We mourn the loss of this LEGEND. ...

Dodgeball Tournament

Dodgeball Tournament

Ellis Hunter, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

Right before Spring Break the Page faculty and students had a Dodgeball tournament that was used as a “Spring Break kick off” and took place on March 24th after school. It was $2 to get in or 3 canned foods which could be used to replace a $1.  The money went to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society...

Aniya’s Angels

Aniya's Angels

May 2, 2016

The Page family sends out their condolences to the Gemmill family as they mourn the loss of their daughter, Aniya Gemmill, who was a senior at Page. Aniya departed last week while surrounded by her family. She was in the IB program, a football manager and was accepted to UNCG. Friends and families joined...

All-County Jazz Band Clinic

Micah Owensby, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016

Auditioning for a limited space at any time in life can be quite stressful and hectic with other possible occupants auditioning for the same job, but these few students happened to defy the odds being granted a spot in the All-County Jazz Band this year. These students were selected to attend and perform...

Lea and Auberry Selected for Governor’s School

Liza Bobbitt, Staff Writer

April 19, 2016

Two Page students have been invited to attend Governor’s School this year: Caroline Lea (in dance) and Laura Auberry (in Social Science). The Governor’s School of North Carolina is the oldest statewide summer residential program for gifted and talented high school students in the nation. This program...

Page Musical

Ellis Hunter, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

The Playmakers will be putting on Thoroughly Modern Millie the Musical on Thursday, the 21st, through Saturday, the 23rd, at Page. The shows on Thursday and Friday will start at 7 and the show on Saturday will start at 2. If you buy your tickets in advance they are $8 and at the door they are $10. If you ...

Band and Orchestra Spring Concerts

Band and Orchestra Spring Concerts

Harrison Kiser, Staff Writer

April 4, 2016

The Page High School band played the spring concert on March 3rd and orchestra performed their Spring concert on March 8th. One of the band members, Ashton Harnage, stated that her favorite song was “Witch and the Saint,” because “We worked as a group to make the song the best and fixed any pr...

Superintendent Mo Green Resigns

Superintendent Mo Green Resigns

Ellis Hunter, Staff Writer

March 24, 2016

On March 17th, Superintendent Maurice “Mo” Green resigned from his position with Guilford County Schools.  He has worked with the GCS system for 7 plus years, but has now decided to work at the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in Winston-Salem. Mr. Green made equal importance on academic achievemen...

Congratulations to the NJROTC Marksmanship Team!

Congratulations to the NJROTC Marksmanship Team!

Micah Owensby, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

Marksmanship is a sport of precision and discipline. In order to advance one must be on marl in the marksmanship sport. The marksmanship team at Page High school shoots pneumatic air rifles and competes in the sportier class division. The rifles used shoot a small caliber (.177 cal) lead pellet which...

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