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William Murphy, senior, stresses over AP Literature assignment.

How High School Students Can Separate Home Stress from School Stress

Cheikh Toure, Staff Writer March 19, 2024

Hey there, high schoolers! Let's talk about something we all know too well: stress. Between homework, exams, family stuff, and just life in general, it can feel like we're juggling a hundred things at...

Athlete of February

Athlete of February

Jane Cockburn, Staff Writer March 11, 2024

Hello Pirates! Back at it again with another athlete that represents Page High so well. Anika DuPreez, another dedicated Track & Field athlete, is a senior at Page High who is now committed to...

Breaking the Silence: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Breaking the Silence: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Cheikh Toure, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

Eating Disorders Awareness Week (EDAW) is an annual campaign to educate the public about the realities of eating disorders and to provide hope, support, and visibility to individuals and loved ones affected...

Athlete of January: Albert Smelzer

Athlete of January: Albert Smelzer

Jane Cockburn, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

Ahoy Pirates! Get ready as we dive headfirst into another athlete of the month. This student-athlete doesn’t just do well on land, but water as well! Join me as we talk about Albert Smelzer’s commitment...

A Meet to Win. A Meet to Remember.

A Meet to Win. A Meet to Remember.

Addison Farris, Co-editor January 29, 2024

Last Wednesday, January 24th, Page Swim team had their last conference meet of the season. The Pirates swam against their rivals the Whirlies in what seemed to be a competitive yet emotional meet. As of...

Page Exceeds Growth

Page Exceeds Growth

Addison Farris, Co-editor January 25, 2024

As of yesterday Principal Naglee received superlative news in the mail. Page High School was named one of the four schools in Guilford County to have met or exceeded growth academically in 2023. This is...

Life in Thailand

Life in Thailand

Natalie Scott, Staff Writer December 18, 2023

I went to visit my family in Thailand on November 2nd. They live in a city called Khon Kaen. The biggest thing that was hard for me to adjust to was the time difference. It is a 12-hour difference so if...

Doctors of Tomorrow

Doctors of Tomorrow

Libby Hoyle, Staff Writer December 18, 2023

The Doctors of Tomorrow club serves as a place where aspiring med students at Page High School can meet with peers who have similar goals. The club makes sure that it is a safe place and teaches members...

How AI Can Help (Not Destroy) Education

How AI Can Help (Not Destroy) Education

Cheikh Toure, Staff Writer November 20, 2023

In the ever-evolving educational landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a powerful ally rather than a threat. Far from fears that robots will take over classrooms, AI has the potential...

Loneliness Teenage Girls

The Increase in Suicide Rates Within Both High Schools and Colleges

Addison Farris, Co-editor November 14, 2023

Throughout 2023 more than 20% of teens have seriously considered committing suicide within both high schools and colleges. In 2022 the increase in pediatric suicides ranged between 30 and 43 percent, the...

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