• “Your life does not get better by chance it gets better by change.” - Jim Rohn
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  • "There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs." - Zig Ziglar
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Would You be OK Dying Today? The Answer from Former Victim of School Shooting and Current Page Student

Would You be OK Dying Today? The Answer from Former Victim of School Shooting and Current Page Student

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

May 25, 2020

It was just an average day for Katarina Anthanasiou. Well, more than average, as it was her brother’s birthday, and it was Valentine’s Day of 2018. Her brother was a junior at the time and she was a sophomore. After growing up in Pennsylvania, Kat moved to Parkland, Florida. At 2:20 on that day, h...

Order a Yearbook Today!

Order a Yearbook Today!

April 29, 2020

It is not too late to order a yearbook! If you have already ordered one, be sure to consider donating one to a senior, Class of 2020. More information can be found at https://jostens.com. ...

Cap and Gown Pick Up is Tuesday, April 28!

Cap and Gown Pick Up is Tuesday, April 28!

April 22, 2020

Cap and gown pick up is from 10AM-1PM on Tuesday, April 28. Seniors who want to purchase or have outstanding balances can pay by cash or credit in person (NOT by check). There will also be photo opportunities for students!

Pirates Lead All-County Jazz Selection

Emma Zamani, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

Last week, Page High School had the most students from Guilford County selected to take part in The Clinic event, which is meant for All-County Jazz students. Out of the nine Page students selected, seven of those students were selected to be a part of the eighteen-member top band. This will be held...

Page Hosts Annual Curriculum Fair

Emma Carr, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

On February 10th, Page High School hosted a Curriculum Fair and a IB Open House. The Curriculum Fair and Open House were for students and parents to look at future classes they would want to take. Every department was at the Fair: Math, Art, JROTC, to name a few. Parent Registration was to let parents...

Learn to Swim Program Graduation Highlights

Learn to Swim Program Graduation Highlights

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2020

February 14 was not only Valentine’s Day for almost 100 students from Page, but more importantly it was their graduation from the Malik Ramirez Learn to Swim Program. The Page Alumni and Friends Association that established this program exceeded their goal of helping at least 80 students learn to swim...

Men Swimmers Take Home Second Place Title

Men Swimmers Take Home Second Place Title

Emma Zamani, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

This month we should all be proud of our Pirates more than usual. Last week our swimmers and divers here at Page High had a more than impressive outcome from the NCHSAA 4A State Championships which took place at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Winning second place from the overall state, eight-team r...

Cabaret of Fairytales

Emma Carr, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

     During October 9-11 Playmakers presented “Cabaret of Fairy Tales”. The play was skits students created. Jahcle Swann, playing in several parts, enjoyed all his parts. His favorite part he played was being Sebastian from "The Little Mermaid", because he got to sing. Samaria Etheridge doing h...

Ms. Bailey: A Member of Page’s Pirate Crew of Administration

Mazin Dargol, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

Ms. Bailey our 10th grade administrator here at Page High School has a mind of steel on her values of life and high school education. Ms. Bailey is an administrator who loves the joy of participating in activities such as working out and singing, stating that these activities help her relieve stress...

From the Dance Floors to Our Classrooms

From the Dance Floors to Our Classrooms

Aminata Diawara, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Mrs. Scott, our curriculum facilitator, was born in Kentucky and later moved to south Indiana. Her jobs include observing and training the teachers so they could help students. She grew up as a gymnast and ballerina, and still enjoys ballet and modern dance. She went to the University of Louisville to...

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