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June 2, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the official last Big Dreamers of the week:

9th: Lola Vanore
10th: Kennadee Morehead
11th: Kaden Backhus
12th: Angel Woods
Staff: Peter Martinek-Jenne

The final Underclassman GCS final exams and Teacher-Made exams will be administered on Monday and Tuesday on a modified schedule. Underclassmen will only attend two periods a day on Monday to complete their exams and only one period on Tuesday. The morning exam session is scheduled for 9:25AM to 12:25PM, and the afternoon exam session is scheduled for 1:15PM to 4:20PM, with lunch in-between. If Underclassmen arrive after 9:45AM, for the morning session, or after 1:40PM, for the afternoon session, they will not be permitted into the testing room. If students miss their scheduled exams, they MUST contact their teacher or the Local Assessment Coordinator, Mrs. Cromartie (cromarm@gcsnc.com), to reschedule.

Students MUST have a laptop device and charger to complete GCS Final Exams. If students do not have a laptop device to complete their exams, one will be provided.

There is NO EARLY RELEASE for Underclassman exam days. Student MUST remain in their classrooms until the bell rings to end the testing period.

Make-up GCS Final Exams will begin on the afternoon of June 4th and will continue on June 5th. More information will be posted on Canvas and the Page website in the coming days. No make-up sessions for GCS Final Exams will be given after June 5th.

The plan for returning Chromebooks is as follows:

If your last exam takes place during period 5, 6 on June 3rd or during 7th period on June 4th, please return your device and charger to your teacher after your last exam. Be sure to keep your receipt!

Please join us Tuesday, June 4 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium to celebrate our 9th, 10th, and 11th graders at our annual Underclassman Awards Ceremony. We are looking forward to celebrating the accomplishments of our students and would love for you to be a part of the celebration!

What are your student's plans this summer? Remember to check out this link for the GCS Summer Opportunities page.  There you will find a list of camps, service projects, internships, and more! Many registration deadlines are fast approaching.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

May 29, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information.

Tomorrow, Thursday May 30th, we will administer 1st and 2nd period GCS Final Exams and Teacher-Made Exams. Only students taking a GCS Final Exam or Teacher-Made Exam should report to campus tomorrow. A list of GCS Final Exams and students' test room locations can be found on Canvas and will be posted as students enter the main building.

All students must bring a charged laptop to school in order to access GCS Final Exams. If your student's Chromebook is lost or stolen, one will be provided.

We will operate on two-period modified schedule, split into an AM testing session and a PM testing session. The AM testing session will be from 9:20AM – 12:25PM, and the PM testing session will be from 1:15PM – 4:20PM. Students MUST arrive at their testing location no later than 9:45AM for the AM testing session, and 1:40PM for the PM testing session. Students who arrive after these times will not be permitted to enter the testing room.

There is no early release. Students will remain in their testing locations until the bell rings to transition to lunch or dismissal.

If students only have one exam to complete on a testing day, they are not required to remain the full school day. If a student only has an AM exam, then they are permitted to leave during the lunch period. If a student only has a PM exam, then they are permitted to arrive to campus in time for their PM exam. If a student is not able to leave or arrive later to campus, they will stay on campus until they have been checked out or ride the bus home that afternoon during normal dismissal time. We look forward to seeing all students complete their GCS Final Exams and Teacher-Made exams tomorrow. As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do. 

May 27, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.  I hope each of you are enjoying the Memorial Day holiday and honoring the soldiers who have served our country.  Thank you to all veterans who have served and continue to serve. We are grateful for your service. 

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:
 
9th- Kyle Cooper
10th- Indigo Stephens
11th- Kendyl Wright
12th- Jennel McKenzie
Staff- Charles Parker

End of Course testing will continue thru Wednesday, May 29. The Biology EOC exam will be administered on Tuesday, May 28. The English 2 EOC exam will be administered on Wednesday, May 29. Students MUST use a Chromebook device to complete EOC exams. Please remember in order to be released after the testing sessions has been completed, you must bring a note from your guardian. If you do not bring a note, you must wait until checked out or until the normal bus run time.
 
Underclassman GCS final exams and Teacher-Made exams will be administered on Thursday, May 30 thru Tuesday, June 4 on a modified schedule. Underclassmen will only attend two periods a day to complete their exams. The morning exam session is scheduled for 9:25AM to 12:25PM, and the afternoon exam session is scheduled for 1:15PM to 4:20PM, with lunch in-between. If Underclassmen arrive after 9:45AM, for the morning session, or after 1:40PM, for the afternoon session, they will not be permitted into the testing room. If students miss their scheduled exams, they MUST contact their teacher or the Local Assessment Coordinator, Mrs. Cromartie (cromarm@gcsnc.com), to reschedule.
Students MUST have a laptop device and charger to complete GCS Final Exams. If students do not have a laptop device to complete their exams, one will be provided. There is NO EARLY RELEASE for Underclassman exam days. Students MUST remain in their classrooms until the bell rings to end the testing period.
 
Each evening prior to testing, you will receive a short ConnectEd reminding you what is happening the next day. This will also happen this evening.

Attention Underclassmen!
 
If your last exam takes place during period 1, 2, 3 or 4 on May 30th or 31st, please return your device and charger to the Media Center after your last exam.   
If your last exam takes place during period 5, 6 or 7 on June 3rd or 4th,  please return your device and charger to your teacher after your last exam. Be sure to keep your receipt!

Looking ahead, Undergraduate Awards will take place Tuesday, June 4 at 6pm in the Auditorium.

Page Graduation will be on June 8th at 12:30 p.m. Seniors must arrive at the Greensboro Coliseum by 11:45 a.m. and must have their Page Cap and Gown, solid white 2024 tassel, and Page High Stole. Seniors are only permitted to wear stoles and cords from official Page High School Honor Societies and activities.

This fall, new transportation changes will be in effect. Due to the large number of families who registered for transportation and did not use it, all students who need transportation will have to re-register for the 2024-2025 school year (even if you currently ride a bus/have a bus stop). The transportation window opened online at www.gcsnc.com and closes on May 31. You are encouraged to register as soon as possible. Registration forms submitted after the deadline are not guaranteed to be routed in time for the first day of school.

What are your student's plans this summer? Remember to check out this link for the GCS Summer Opportunities page.  There you will find a list of camps, service projects, internships, and more! Many registration deadlines are fast approaching. 

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

May 12, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week. Happy Mother’s Day to all our Pirate moms! We hope you have a wonderful day celebrating with your family!

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:
9th- Rowan Davis
10th- Serenity Lee
11th- Latrese Allen
12th- Zamiya Ford
Staff- Adam Clay

Monday and Wednesday are the last two days of our Learning Hub for the school year.  Please encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity to get additional support as they wrap up the instructional year and prepare for end of year testing.  Learning Hub will run from 4:30-6:00pm. 

Also don’t forget that every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your students to take advantage of this time and to finish the year strong.

The registration window for transportation is now open. This year, all students who need school bus transportation are required to re-register. The deadline to register is May 31st. Registration forms received after the deadline are not guaranteed to be routed in time for the first day of school.

Attention Seniors! Please plan to return your Chromebook and charger to your English teacher after your last Senior exam. Your teacher will give you a receipt which you will need to get your graduation tickets, so be sure to keep the receipt. If you don't take your English class at Page, you can return your device to Mrs. DeLellis in the Media Center.

Also Seniors – have you ordered your cap and gown for graduation?  Please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Do not delay!

What are your student's plans this summer? Remember to check out this link for the GCS Summer Opportunities page.  There you will find a list of camps, service projects, internships, and more! Many registration deadlines are fast approaching.

Looking ahead:

On Monday May 20, Seniors will visit elementary schools for the annual GCS Graduation Walk tradition at 9:00am.

May 20th is also Senior Fest on the Page football field from 11-1. This FREE carnival style event will start after seniors return from Senior Walks at their elementary schools. Encourage all seniors to come and check out the fun!  Food, drink, games, DJ, and tons of prizes!!!
Visit this link  https://pirates.memberhub.com/store/items/840155

Senior Exams will be held May 21-23.  We will start EOC  exams on the 24th.  Students only come to school on days that they have an exam beginning on the 24th.  Math I and Math III EOC will be held on May 24th.  Biology EOC will be held May 28th, and English II EOC will be May 29.  Students will need to bring their charged Chromebook and their Chromebook Charger each day. If your student wishes to be dismissed for early release once testing is complete, they must bring a written note from their parent or guardian that will be used to release them each day. Please encourage your student to get a good night’s rest and eat a good breakfast in preparation for testing. There will be a grab-and-go lunch available at the end of each test day. There are a lot of factors that influence the exact start and end times of testing, so we do not have exact end times.  Please be patient with us each day.

Senior Awards Night will be May 22 at 6pm in the Auditorium and Undergraduate Awards will take place Tuesday June 4 at 6pm in the Auditorium.

The last day of school for students is Friday, June 7 and Page Graduation will take place Saturday, June 8.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Women’s Varsity Soccer will travel to Charlotte Catholic HS for the first round of the NCHSAA State Playoffs.  Kickoff is at 6pm. 

Men’s Varsity Golf will compete in the NCHSAA Individual State Championships on Monday and Tuesday at Pinehurst #9.  Tee times are 8am both days. 

On Friday and Saturday track will compete in the NCHSAA 4A State Championship Meet at NC A&T.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

May 5, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

This week we are celebrating all of our remarkable Page Pirate Staff members for Staff Appreciation week. Thanks to our PTSA for helping with a great week and be sure to thank all of our staff when you see them!

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:

9th: Jensu Rmah

10th: Dekai Crosby

11th: Allie Mahoney

12th: Isoken Obasogie

Staff: Mr. Irwin, Mr. Massey and Mrs. Hillebrand (3 teachers who have consistently helped at Senior Hub)

Also. a special congratulations to Ms. Hackney, English teacher and our AP/IB coordinator who was awarded The Travelers Insurance Award for Teaching Excellence  for the state of North Carolina over the weekend in DC.

May 15th is the last day of our Learning Hub.  Encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity to get additional support as they wrap up the instructional year and prepare for end of year testing.  Learning Hub will run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm. 

The Biology Department will continue to offer after-school review sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays through May 15 to help students prep for the End of Course exam.  Encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity and sign up with their Biology teacher.  4th quarter Extra Credit incentives are being awarded for attendance. 

Also don’t forget that every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time and to finish the year strong.

Attention current Juniors and their families - Can you believe it's already time to start working on your College Applications? The Class of 2025 College Info Night is scheduled for Thursday, May 9th at 6pm in the Page Auditorium. Come out to learn more about the college application process, including what to work on now, what to knock out this summer, and what to expect in the fall.

The Principal’s Council will be sponsoring a Movie Night on Friday May 10  at 6:00 p.m. in the main stadium for elementary aged students and they will view Finding Nemo. There will be free snacks and drinks. Parents are expected to be in attendance with their child for the duration of the movie.

What are your student's plans this summer? Remember to check out this link for the GCS Summer Opportunities page.  There you will find a list of camps, service projects, internships, and more! Many registration deadlines are fast approaching.

Want to get more involved at Page High School? Join our fantastic group of PTSA parents and help support the teachers, staff and students here at Page. PTSA has board positions available. Please attend our final school wide PTSA meeting in the media center on Wednesday, May 8th at 6:30PM for updates and information. We hope to see you there!  Please reach out to Carrie Baird carrierbaird@gmail.com, Jenny Kemp pageptsatreasurer@gmail.com , Robin Pegram rchanelno5@gmail.com or Claire Cooke  ccooke1976@gmail.com for more information. 

Looking ahead:

On Monday May 20, Seniors will visit elementary schools for the annual GCS Graduation Walk tradition at 9:00 am.

May 20th is also Senior Fest on the Page football field from 11-1. This FREE carnival style event will start after seniors return from Senior Walks at their elementary schools. Encourage all seniors to come and check out the fun!  Food, drink, games, DJ, and tons of prizes!!!

Visit this link to donate and help support the fun  https://pirates.memberhub.com/store/items/840155

Senior Awards Night will be May 22 at 6pm in the Auditorium and Undergraduate Awards will take place Tuesday June 4 at 6pm in the Auditorium.

The last day of school for students is Friday, June 7.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Men’s Varsity Tennis will compete in the 2nd round of the Dual Team Playoffs @ TC Roberson, Varsity Golf will compete in the 4A Regional Championships at Skybrook Golf Club and Women’s Varsity Soccer will  host Southeast Guilford at 6pm.

On Wednesday, Women’s Varsity Soccer will host Southwest Guilford at 6pm for Senior Night.

On Friday and Saturday, Men’s Varsity Tennis will compete in the NCHSAA 4A Individual State Championships.

And on Saturday, Varsity Track will run in the 4A Mid-West Regional Meet at Davie County High School.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

April 21, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Thanks to all that attended Page Prom 2024. It was a great night and fun was had by students and staff. A special thank you to Student Council and Ms. Abell for hosting a great event.

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:

9th- Ali Al Badri
10th- Kaaliyah Williams
11th- Yekta Kasimi
12th- Isaiah Van Eaton and Malachi Williams
Staff- Shaquana Parham

Please remember that doors open at 9:00am and students must be in their 1st period class by 9:20am or they will be marked tardy.  Student attendance is very important so please help your student have a great end to this school year by being on time and in class every day.

Spring is here which means AP and IB Exams are right around the corner! IB Exams begin this Friday, April 26th and AP Exams begin Monday, May 6th. Our teachers will work each day in class to support our students, but you can also find reminders about exams on the Page website. You can find the full Exam Schedule and helpful test day reminders on the AP/IB Section of the Page Website.

Page is proud to offer so many different AP and IB exams over the course of our testing season, but we need your help to be successful! You can help out in two ways.
1.    Volunteer to proctor an exam (or two). Visit https://bit.ly/Proctors24 or email Ms. Hackney to sign up.
2.    Help Power Up our Pirates by donating snacks and computer chargers. Visit https://amzn.to/3CRxtGo for our list.
Thank you for your support in another successful testing season and supporting all our students taking these important exams.

The Biology Department will continue to offer after-school review sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to help students prep for the End of Course exam.  Encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity and sign up with their Biology teacher.  4th quarter Extra Credit incentives are being awarded for attendance. 

Come out to support our incredibly talented Page musicians this week.  The Spring Orchestra Concert will be Tuesday at 7pm and the Spring Band concert will take place Thursday at 7:30pm.  Both performances will be held in the Auditorium.

An interest meeting for Page’s inaugural season of Women's flag football in the Fall of 2024 will be held on Monday at 4:30 pm in the media center.

Seniors who haven’t yet ordered their cap and gown, please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Prices for these essential graduation items increase each month leading up to the big day, so don’t delay—order yours today and save money!
Don’t forget that our Learning Hub continues to run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Varsity Golf takes on Northwest Guilford at 3:30pm.  Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Bartlett Yancey HS for a 6pm first pitch.  Men’s Varsity Volleyball travels to Lexington HS for a 6pm match and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse visits Lake Norman Charter for a 6pm start time.

On Tuesday, Men’s Varsity Tennis will compete in the Metro 4A Conference Championship at Northwest with a start time to be announced.  Varsity Golf will play in a Conference match at Bryan Park at 4pm.  Men’s JV and Varsity baseball travels to Southeast Guilford for games at 4:30 and 7pm.  Women’s and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse will host Grimsley for Senior Night with games starting at 5:30 and 7pm.  Women’s Varsity Softball will host Grimsley for Senior Night with a 6pm first pitch and Women’s Varsity Soccer travels to Northwest Guilford for a 7pm kickoff. 

On Wednesday, Men’s Varsity Golf will compete in the Pinehurst Invitational at Pinehurst starting at 12:00pm.   Men’s Varsity Tennis will continue to compete in the Conference Championship at Northwest with a start time to be announced.  Varsity Track will travel to Grimsley at 5pm.  Women’s Varsity Soccer will visit Western Guilford for a 6pm kickoff and Men’s Varsity Baseball will take on Thomasville HS at Finch Field.

On Thursday Women’s and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Southeast Guilford for games at 5:30 and 7pm

On Friday Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball will host Southeast Guilford for games at 4:30 and 7pm and Women’s Varsity Softball will host Southeast Guilford at 6pm.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

April 14, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the Big Dreamers of the week:
9th: Jose Suarez Torres
10th: Nathan Hughes
11th: Donovan Neal
12th: Maurice Andrews
Staff: Heather Carter


Spring is here which means AP and IB Exams are right around the corner! Our teachers will work each day in class to support our students, but you can also find reminders about exams on the Page website. You can find the full Exam Schedule and helpful test day reminders on the AP/IB Section of the Page Website.

Page is proud to offer so many different AP and IB exams over the course of our testing season, but we need your help to be successful! You can help out in two ways.
1.    Volunteer to proctor an exam (or two). Visit https://bit.ly/Proctors24 or email Ms. Hackney to sign up.
2.    Help Power Up our Pirates by donating snacks and computer chargers. Visit https://amzn.to/3CRxtGo for our list.
Thank you for your support in another successful testing season and supporting all our students taking these important exams.

The Biology Department will be starting after-school review sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to help students prep for the End of Course exam.  Encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity and sign up with their Biology teacher.  4th quarter Extra Credit incentives are being awarded for attendance. 

The Visual Arts classes are excited to announce the opening of our 11th annual art show this week.  We will be exhibiting the works of students of all levels but we will highlight the portfolios of IB, AP, and Honors Art 4 students.  The opening reception will be in the auxiliary gym Tuesday (4/16) starting at 6:30 and ending with our NAHS inductions at 7:15pm.  You can enjoy the sights AND sounds as we are honored to have jazz band perform at our event this year.  This event is free to all.

Mark your calendars for our Spring Chorus Concert this Thursday April 18 at 7pm in the Auditorium.

Page HS International Club will host their annual International Night this Friday April 19 in the G-Wing lobby from 6-9pm.  Please join them for a night of dancing, music, delicious food and culture from around the world!

Page Prom - The Masquerade at Midnight is scheduled for Saturday April 20 from 8pm-12am at the Downtown Marriot.  Tickets will be $55 and can be purchased on the K-12 Payment Center.  Tickets will also be on sale during lunch periods this week.  Any non-Page students attending the Prom must fill out a Guest Application form.  This form is due by Wednesday April 17 and no late applications will be accepted.  The Guest Application form can be found attached to this email or can be picked up in the Front Office.
Chorus will hold their final  concert of the year on Thursday, April at 7:30.
Come play in the 2nd Annual Page tennis tournament, Sunday April 21 at 1:30.
Registration is now open.
All proceeds benefit the PTSA.
Parents students & Alumni.
Only $25 per player.
Door prizes, food & fun.
See the link for information & registration.
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Any questions please email jennykemp@surgidat.com

Seniors who haven’t yet ordered their cap and gown, please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Prices for these essential graduation items increase each month leading up to the big day, so don’t delay—order yours today and save money!

Don’t forget that our Learning Hub continues to run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Varsity Golf takes on Ragsdale at Jamestown Park starting at 5pm.  Men’s Varsity Tennis will host Grimsley with matches starting at 5pm and Men’s Varsity Volleyball travels to East Forsyth for a match starting at 6pm.

On Tuesday, Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Reagan HS for matches starting at 4:30pm.  Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball travels to Grimsley for games at 4:30 and 7pm.  Women’s Varsity Soccer visits Southwest for a 6pm kickoff.  Men’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Western Guilford at 6pm and Women’s Varsity Softball also hosts Western Guilford for a 6pm first pitch.

On Wednesday, Men’s Varsity Golf takes on Greensboro Day at Greensboro Country Club’s Farm Course at 4pm. JV and Varsity Baseball heads to Eastern Randolph for games at 4:30 and 7pm.  Varsity Track travels to Southwest Guilford for a meet starting at 5pm.  Men’s JV Lacrosse will host Reagan HS at 5pm and Men’s Varsity Tennis will host Southeast Guilford for Senior Night with matches starting at 5pm.

On Thursday, Women’s and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to Northern Guilford for games at 5:30 and 7pm.  Men’s Varsity Volleyball also will visit Northern Guilford at 6pm and Women’s Varsity Soccer hosts Ragsdale for a 6pm kickoff.

On Friday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball will host Grimsley for games at 4:30 and 7pm and Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Northern Guilford for a 6pm first pitch.

And on Saturday, Varsity Track will run in the GCS Championships at Northern Guilford.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

April 8, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:

9th- Keayana King

10th- Elaysia Walker

11th- Alexandra Mahoney

12th- Trinity Wilson

Staff- Dana Roberts

We’ve had a great start to the 4th quarter.  Students and teachers are getting ready to prepare for exams at the end of the year.  Please see the attached Page Exam Schedule.  Senior Exams begin May 21 and EOCs and Guilford County Final Exams begin May 24.

Please remember that doors open at 9:00am and students must be in their 1st period class by 9:20am or they will be marked tardy.  Student attendance is very important so please help your student have a great end to this school year by being on time and in class every day.

The Biology Department will be starting after-school review sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to help students prep for the End of Course exam.  Encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity and sign up with their Biology teacher.  4th quarter Extra Credit incentives are being awarded for attendance. 

Page Play Makers’ Spring Musical Little Women will run April 12-14.  Tickets are $5 for students, $10 for adults and FREE for faculty and staff.  The show starts at 7pm on Friday, Saturday showtimes are 2pm and 7pm, and Sunday the matinee starts at 2pm.  The cast has been working extremely hard and can’t wait to share their performances with the Page Community.

Page Prom - The Masquerade at Midnight is scheduled for Saturday April 20 from 8pm-12am at the Downtown Marriot.  Tickets will be $55 and can be purchased on the K-12 Payment Center.  Tickets will also be on sale during lunch periods the week of April 15.  Any non-Page students attending the Prom must fill out a Guest Application form.  This form is due by Wednesday April 17 and no late applications will be accepted.  The Guest Application form can be found attached to this email or can be picked up in the Front Office.

The 2nd Annual Page Tennis Tournament will be held Sunday April 21 at 1:30pm for any students, parents, and alumni. Registration is now open and all proceeds benefit the PTSA. There will be 3 brackets: 4.0+, 3.5 and under 3.0. Cost is only $25 per player.  There will be door prizes, food, fun, and some great tennis.  Please see the link for information and registration.

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Looking ahead:

The Page Art Show will take place April 16 and 17.

Page HS International Club will host their annual International Night April 19 in the G-Wing lobby from 6-9pm.  Please join them for a night of dancing, music, delicious food and culture from around the world!

The Page Band Spring Concert will be held on April 25 at 7:30pm

Seniors who haven’t yet ordered their cap and gown, please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Prices for these essential graduation items increase each month leading up to the big day, so don’t delay—order yours today and save money!

Don’t forget that our Learning Hub continues to run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Varsity Golf takes on Northern Guilford at Bryan Park with a start time to be announced.  Men’s Varsity Tennis will host Western Guilford for matches starting at 5pm and Men’s Varsity Volleyball travels to Northwest for a match starting at 6pm.

On Tuesday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball will host Northern for games at 5 and 7pm.  Women’s JV and Varsity Soccer travel to Grimsley for 5:30 and 7pm kickoffs.  Women’s and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse host Ragsdale for games at 6pm and 7:30pm.  Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Ragsdale for a 6pm first pitch. 

On Wednesday Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Northern for matches starting at 5pm.  Varsity Track will run at Northwest at 5p, Women’s Varsity Lacrosse will travel to RJ Reynolds for a 6pm game.  Men’s Varsity Baseball will host Thomasville HS with a 6pm first pitch. And Women’s Varsity Soccer plays at Southeast at 6pm.

On Thursday Varsity Golf will play in the Wesleyan Invitational at Grandover at 12:30.  Women’s and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse will head to Northwest  for games at 6 and 7pm and Men’s Varsity Volleyball travels to Tri-City Christian Academy at 6pm. 

On Friday Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball will travel to Northern for games at 4:30 and 7pm and Women’s Varsity Softball heads to Northwest for a 6pm first pitch. 

And on Saturday, Men’s Varsity Baseball hosts Parkland at 11:00am and Men’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse will host Myers Park for games at 2 and 3:30pm.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

April 1, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:
9th- Virginia Carpenter
10th- Riley Price
11th- Nick Oldis
12th- Carolina Lazzarotto da Silva
Staff- Kareem Alston

We hope that everyone had a great Spring Break and had time to rest and recharge with family and friends. Tomorrow, Monday April 1 is a Teacher Workday and NO school for students.  Students should return to school Tuesday, April 2 as we begin the 4th quarter. 

Please remember that doors open at 9:00am and students must be in their 1st period class by 9:20am or they will be marked tardy.  Student attendance is very important so please help your student have a great end to this school year by being on time and in class every day.

The 4th quarter is also a busy and important time for students as they continue to prepare for exams at the end of the year.  Please see the attached Page Exam Schedule.  Senior Exams begin May 21 and EOCs and Guilford County Final Exams begin May 24.


We are excited to announce that Page Prom - The Masquerade at Midnight is scheduled for Saturday, April 20 from 8pm-12am at the Downtown Marriot.  Tickets will be $55 and can be purchased on K-12 Payment Center starting Wednesday, April 3.  Tickets will be on sale during lunch periods the week of April 15.  Any non-Page students attending Prom must fill out a Guest Application form.  This form is due by Wednesday, April 17 and no late applications will be accepted.  The Guest Application form can be found attached to this email or can be picked up in the Front Office.

Seniors who haven’t yet ordered their cap and gown, please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Prices for these essential graduation items increase each month leading up to the big day, so don’t delay—order yours today and save money!

Don’t forget that our Learning Hub continues to run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Varsity Golf takes on Western Guilford at Starmount at 4pm.

On Tuesday, Men’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to Forsyth Country Day with a start time TBA.  Men’s Varsity Tennis hosts Ragsdale with matches starting at 5pm.  Women’s Varsity Soccer hosts Western Guilford with a 6pm kickoff.  Men’s Varsity Baseball travels to Western for a 6pm first pitch.  And Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Southeast Guilford for a 6pm first pitch. 

On Wednesday, Men’s Varsity Golf takes on Northwest Guilford at Greensboro National at 4pm. Varsity Track travels to Southeast Guilford for and Women’s Varsity Softball will take on Grimsley High School at Rankin Elementary Field at 6pm.

On Thursday, Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Northwest Guilford for matches starting at 5pm.  Women’s JV Soccer will host Northern Guilford at 5:30pm. Women’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to Southwest Guilford at 5:30pm.  Men’s Varsity Baseball hosts North Hills Christian for a 6pm first pitch.  Women’s Varsity Soccer hosts Northern Guilford for a 7pm kickoff and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to Southwest Guilford for a 7:15 start.

On Friday, Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Southwest Guilford for a 6pm first pitch and Men’s Varsity Baseball hosts Western Guilford at 6pm.

And on Saturday, Varsity Track will run in the Panther Invitational at Dudley and the Men’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Apex High School at 12:00pm.

Looking ahead, The Page Art Show has been rescheduled for April 16 and 17.  More info to come as we get closer to the date.


As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

March 18, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:
9th- Katherine Koch
10th- Fatima Yusif-Gbandi
11th- Jacob Bahlke
12th- Carlos Guardado-Mendoza
Staff- Meaghan Vaslow

Thank you to all Page students and staff for working extremely hard this quarter.  Friday, March 22 is the last day of the 3rd quarter and last day for students before Spring Break.  Spring Break will be March 25-29.  Monday, April 1 is a Teacher Workday and no school for students.  Students will begin the 4th quarter on Tuesday April 2.

This week is The Week to Be Sincere.  The Week to Be Sincere began 5 years ago after we tragically lost a student (Sincere Davis) to gun violence.  Through the years, the week has evolved to be a celebration of the entire Page community as well as an opportunity to honor ALL whom we have lost.  Additionally, this year, The Week to Be Sincere will also pay homage to our own Russell Mills.  As you know, Mr. Mills was a devoted leader and founder of Team Voyage, and this week also meant so very much to him.  Here are the highlights:

Monday – Campus Clean Up Day/Marvel Day
Tuesday – Dress for Success/Lip Sync Battle in the Media Cener after school
Wednesday – Jersey Day/Staff vs. Students Basketball Game in gym after school
Thursday – Purple and Gold Day (to honor Mr. Mills and his fraternity Omega Psi Phi)/ Poetry Slam in the media center after school
Friday – Page Pride/Sin City 7-on-7 in the football stadium after school
Saturday – Sunset Memorial for Mr. Mills – stadium gates open at 6:30pm

We are excited to announce that Page Prom - The Masquerade at Midnight is scheduled for Saturday April 20 from 8pm-12am at the Downtown Marriot.  Mark your calendar and start planning.  Tickets will be $55 and go on sale after Spring Break.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Men’s Varsity Golf takes on Southwest Guilford at 4pm at Jamestown Park.  Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Southeast Guilford for matches starting at 5pm.  And Women’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Mount Tabor HS at 6pm.

On Tuesday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball hosts Northwest Guilford with games at 4:30 and 7pm.  Men’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse travels to Chapel Hill HS for games at 5 and 6:30pm.  Women’s Varsity Soccer travels to Ragsdale for a 6pm kickoff. And Women’s Varsity Softball hosts Northern Guilford for a 6pm first pitch.

On Wednesday Varsity Track takes on Southwest and Northern at Southwest Guilford at 4:30pm.  Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Southwest for matches starting at 5:00pm.  And Women’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to West Forsyth starting at 6pm.

On Thursday, Men’s Varsity Golf will play in the Northwest Invitational at Deep Springs at 12:00pm.  Women’s JV and Varsity Soccer will host Northwest Guilford with games at 5:30 and 7pm. Men’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to RJ Reynolds for a 6pm game.  And   travels to Wesleyan Christian Academy for a 4:30 kickoff and Women’s Varsity Soccer hosts Southern Guilford at 6pm.

On Friday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball travels to Northwest Guilford for games at 4:30 and 7pm.  And Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Grimsley for a 6pm first pitch.

And on Saturday, Varsity Track will run in the Mount Tabor Mile and Throwing Thunder event.

Looking ahead, mark your calendars for the Page High School Art Show which is Friday April 5.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

March 4, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the Big Dreamers for the week:

9th- Isabelle Lockwood
10th- Mysur Teia
11th- Terry Taylor
12th- Racquel Spencer
Staff- Heather Amick

Congrats to Page DECA who had a successful competition with many awards in their competition at the Koury Convention Center Thursday-Saturday this week and to our Page Quiz Bowl team who based upon their event this weekend will move on to the state competition.  We are proud of our students and staff who participated!

This Tuesday, March 5, is the statewide primary election, and our school will be used as a polling location. To avoid any potential safety issues, students will learn remotely on Tuesday, March 5. Students will log in to Canvas on Tuesday for the day’s lessons. We will follow the normal bell schedule. Each period will start with 25 minutes of live instruction and then students will be released for the remainder of the period to work on an assignment for 1-15 minutes. They will then log back in to their next period class once that period begins.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided for pickup using a drive-through process on our campus from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. We will return to the building the following day, on March 6.

Also on Tuesday March 5th, the Page Orchestra will perform its Winter Concert at Greensboro College.  Come hear some talented musicians with concert beginning at 7pm.

This week is SEL Week and International SEL Day is Friday March 8.  SEL stands for Social and Emotional learning and is an integral part of education and human development. SEL is the process through which all young people and adults acquire and apply the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions. Students should listen for announcements every day this week about SEL and self-care and on Friday, March 8th we will have an information table set up in the commons as well as Yoga for students and staff in Treasure Island during 1st and 2nd lunches provided by Radiance Yoga Greensboro.

Rising IB Juniors
Parents and Families of our rising IB Juniors are invited to a Pre-Registration parent meeting tomorrow Monday, March 4th at 6pm in the Page Media Center. At this meeting, we will review the requirements for the IB Programme and get a look at what to expect over the next two years. If you are unable to attend the meeting, a copy of the presentation will be available on the IB Section of the Page Website.

Attention SENIORS – A Senior Breakfast is scheduled for this Wednesday March 6. Breakfast for all seniors will be served from 8:15-9:15am in Media Center.  We will have Biscuitville, Chick-Fil-A, bacon, donuts and much more! Door Prizes will be given away too!

Seniors who haven’t yet ordered their cap and gown, please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Prices for these essential graduation items increase each month leading up to the big day, so don’t delay—order yours today and save money!

Don’t forget that our Learning Hub runs Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your students to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday, Men’s Varsity Tennis hosts NW Guilford with matches starting at 5:00pm.

On Tuesday, Men’s JV baseball hosts SW Guilford at 4:30.  Men’s JV Lacrosse hosts Lake Norman at 5:00, Women’s Varsity Soccer hosts Providence Day at 5:30.  Women’s Varsity Softball will have its home opener at 6pm, Men’s varsity lacrosse will host Lake Norman at 7pm and Men’s Varsity Baseball will host SW Guilford at 7. 

On Wednesday, Men’s Varsity Golf takes on Cuthbertson HS at Stone Ridge at 3:30 and Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Western for matches starting at 5pm.

On Thursday, Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Hanes Park in Winston to take on Elkin at 4:30, Women’s JV Soccer travels to NW Guilford for a 5:30 kickoff, Men’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse visit Reagan HS for games at 5:30 and 7. Men’s Varsity Baseball hosts Greater Vision Academy at 6:00, and Women’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Reagan HS at 6pm.

On Friday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball travels to SW Guilford for games at 5 and 7:30 and Women’s Softball hosts Ragsdale for a 6:00 first pitch.

And on Saturday, Varsity Track will run in the Alton Tyre Invitational at SW Guilford with a time to be announced.

Looking ahead, the last day of school before spring break is Friday, March 22nd.  This is also the last day of 3rd quarter.  Students will return to school on Tuesday, April 2nd. 

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week. 

March 11, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are the Big Dreamers for the week:
9th- Jasmine Greene
10th- A'Zia Greene-Robinson
11th- Allison Kinlaw
12th- Alexandra Jones
Staff- Chadrick Winkle


Our Counseling team will host, “Paying for College Night on  Wednesday,  March 13 from 6-7pm.This will cover everything you need to know about the FAFSA, how financial aid works in college and scholarships to apply for now. Come enjoy the session along with free pizza. 

Seniors who haven’t yet ordered their cap and gown, please visit www.highschool.herffjones.com and place your order online. Prices for these essential graduation items increase each month leading up to the big day, so don’t delay—order yours today and save money!

Don’t forget that our Learning Hub runs Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday Men’s Varsity Golf takes on Southeast Guilford at Forest Oaks starting at 4pm. The  Women’s JV and Varsity soccer teams travel to East Forsyth for games at 5:30 and 7pm,  Men’s Varsity Tennis hosts Northern Guilford for matches beginning at 5pm and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Mooresville Senior HS at 6pm.

On Tuesday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball travels to Ragsdale for games at 5:00pm and 7:00pm, Men’s JV Lacrosse hosts West Forsyth at 5pm, Women’s Varsity Softball hosts Northwest Guilford at 6pm and Women’s Varsity Lacrosse hosts Weddington HS at 6:30pm.

On Wednesday, Men’s Varsity Golf takes on Grimsley at Starmount starting at 4pm, Men’s Varsity Tennis travels to Grimsley for matches beginning at 5pm, Varsity Baseball travels to Southern Guilford for a 6pm first pitch and Women’s Varsity Lacrosse travels to West Forsyth for a 7pm game.

On Thursday Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Wesleyan Christian Academy for a 4:30 first pitch and Women’s Varsity Soccer hosts Southern Guilford at 6pm.

On Friday, Men’s JV and Varsity Baseball hosts Ragsdale for games at 5 and 7pm, Men’s JV and Varsity Lacrosse host Ardrey Kell for games at 5 and 6:30pm  and Women’s Varsity Softball travels to Western Guilford for a 6pm first pitch.

And on Saturday, Varsity Track will run in the Clash of the Carolinas Invitational at Cuthberson HS and Men’s Varsity Lacrosse takes on Top Sail HS. 

Looking ahead, Page High will have Prom 2024 on Saturday, April 20th from 8-12 at the Marriott Downtown. Tickets will be $55 each and will go on sale upon our return from Spring Break. Additionally, the last day of school before spring break is Friday, March 22nd.  This is also the last day of 3rd quarter.  Students will return to school on Tuesday, April 2nd.   

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

January 1, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.I want to begin by wishing all of our Page community a very Happy New Year.  We hope you have had a chance to rest and spend time with family and friends during this Winter Break.  School will resume for students on Wednesday, January 3rd. The new year is a perfect opportunity to set some goals for 2024. Students, consider setting personal and academic goals as we look towards the second half of our school year.  Tell someone at home and at school what you hope to accomplish in 2024 so we can support you!Here are some important dates for the month of January:There will be no school on Monday, January 15 for the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.  The second quarter ends on Friday, January 19 and Monday, January 22 is a Mandatory Teacher Workday with no school for students.   As a reminder, there will be no Learning Hub this week.  Our Learning Hub will resume on Monday, January 8 and run Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  Our Learning Hub is a chance for students to get support as they work towards their academic goals.Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week:On Wednesday, Varsity Wrestling visits Western Guilford for a match starting at 6pm.On Thursday, Varsity Indoor Track will run in the Southwest Invitational at JDL Fast Track starting at 5pm.On Friday, Varsity Wrestling travels to RJ Reynolds for a Women’s Quad meet starting at 6pm. The Women’s and Men’s JV basketball will host Western Guilford with the Women’s game starting at 5p and Men’s game to follow and Varsity Women’s and Men’s basketball will travel to Western Guilford with the Women’s game starting at 6pm and Men’s game to follow. And on Saturday, Varsity Wrestling will participate in the Crosby Invitational at Dudley.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing you in the New Year. 

February 19, 2024

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Here are our Big Dreamers for the week:

9th- Shalise Penn
10th- Benjamin Butang
11th- Kaleah Stephens
12th- Aaliah Goods
Staff- Belinda Pridgen

Congrats to each of you on this recognition!

Page High School is transporting eligible voters on an Early Voting Field Trip this Tuesday, February 20 at 10:00am.  Your student will have the opportunity to cast ballots to determine party nominees for state and federal offices for the general elections in November.  If your student is already 18 or will be 18 by November 5, then they can vote in this year’s NC primaries. If you are not yet registered to vote, you can register on site.  Permission slips are required if you are currently under 18.  Please encourage your student to sign up at the front office and help them become a responsible citizen of North Carolina.     

The Aubrey Lee Brooks Scholarship is available and applications are due by March 1. 

If your student ordered a class ring, Page letter jacket, or any other Senior products, all outstanding balances are now due.  You should have received a letter last week. Balances can be paid online by visiting www.highschool.herffjones.com or by calling 336-228-7770.  Herff Jones will be at Page on Thursday for CASH ONLY payments as well for those of you that have not yet ordered your cap and gown. These will be $100 each.

On February 27th, all 11th graders will be taking the ACT Test at Page.  On this day, all 9th and 10th grade students will not come to school and will learn online via Canvas.  12th grade students will use this day as a Senior Opportunity Day to visit colleges and universities or job shadow.  Senior Career and Technical Education students who have finished a full course pathway, will be taking the ACT WorkKeys Assessment on Tuesday February 27 as well.  Letters will be sent home for students with more information.  Please contact Ms. Bryant, the Career and College Manager, if you have any questions or concerns.

Page will hold our Registration Curriculum Fair on Monday, February 26th from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. Meet us in the media center to learn about the 90+ electives offered to students. Hear about the classes directly from teachers and students and walk around to learn more about our arts, athletics, and more.  We will also have two concurrent information sessions at 6PM - one for Rising 9th Graders and students new to Page, and one for students interested in the Career and College Promise partnership with GTCC. We look forward to seeing you then!

Tuesday, March 5, is the statewide primary election, and our school will be used as a polling location. To avoid any potential safety issues, students will learn remotely on Tuesday, March 5. Students will take home devices on Monday and will log in to Canvas on Tuesday for the day’s lessons. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for pickup using a drive-through process on our campus from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. We will return to the building the following day, on March 6.

The Spring Malik Ramirez Learn to Swim Program is right around the corner.  Page students will have the opportunity to visit the Greensboro Aquatic Center for swimming lessons beginning March 4.  Pick up a Permission Slip from the front office and return no later than Friday, March 1.  We will only be able to accept 30 students on a first come first served basis.  See Mr. MJ with any questions.   

Student travel is so much more than just planes and trains! Students gain new perspectives, develop a sense of independence, and build skills for the future through these experiences. Want to travel to Belize in Spring 2025 with other Mrs. Blevins and other Page Students?? Join us for a parent/student informational meeting Tuesday, February 20th at 6pm in the Cafeteria – registration for the meeting is on Canvas and the school webpage. https://bit.ly/3Oru5HZ

Don’t forget that our Learning Hub runs Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm.  The Learning Hub is a chance for students to get additional support as they work towards their academic goals. Also, every teacher has morning and afternoon tutoring hours for any student that needs to meet about classroom instruction, assignments, or questions about course content.  We encourage your student to take advantage of this time to get support with their learning.

Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week: 

On Monday Men’s Varsity Basketball will host the 1st Round of the Conference Tournament at 6:00pm and Women’s Varsity Basketball will hit the road for their 1st Round Conference Tournament game at 6pm. Depending on the outcomes of each game, both teams will play on the road if they win.

On Saturday, the Women’s Varsity Soccer team will host Butler HS and Woods Charter for scrimmages starting at 2pm.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing all of you this week.

December 17, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:9th- Preston Miller10th- Jackson Marriott11th- Rhonda Campbell12th- Emily OwenStaff- Emilie McGehee

Congrats to each of you on this recognition!Shout out to our Chorus and Orchestra programs.  These performances were outstanding last week.  Our last holiday performance will be the Band Concert on Tuesday, December 19 at 7pm. Student council is sponsoring a Pirate Holiday Spirit Week.Monday- Holiday PajamasTuesday- Holiday Movie CharacterWednesday- Candy Cane (Red/White)Thursday- Ugly SweaterThere will be no Learning Hub this week.  Our Learning Hub will resume on Monday, January 8.Tomorrow is the last day to support the Pirates on the Run Winter Clothing Drive for our friends at Cone Elementary School.  All sizes of hats, gloves, and socks are needed to help keep our Kindergarten through 5th graders warm at Cone this winter.  Please bring any donations to Mrs. Amick in Room 208 by the end of the day tomorrow.The annual HAECO Invitational starts this week.  Tickets are now on sale. Our Pirates play Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the Greensboro Coliseum.  When you purchase tickets directly from Page, we receive 100% of the funds.  See Coach Johnson, Coach Harris, or Coach McLaurin or purchase tickets from the front office.  We look forward to seeing you at the Coliseum this week.We want to congratulate our Assistant Principal Mrs. Hudson as she was named Principal at CJ Greene Education Center.  Mrs. Hudson will start her new position January 2.  Please join me in thanking Mrs. Hudson for her many years of service and tremendous leadership at Page High School.  She will be dearly missed. Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week:On Monday, the Varsity Swim Team hosts Northern Guilford at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.  The meet begins at 6pm and it is Senior Night. On Tuesday, Varsity Wrestling visits Eastern Guilford for a Quad match starting 6pm and the Men’s Varsity Basketball team takes on Grimsley in the first round of the HAECO Invitational at 7:30 at the Greensboro Coliseum.On Wednesday, Women’s Varsity Basketball takes on Dudley in the first round of the HAECO Invitational starting at 6:00pm at the Greensboro Coliseum and Varsity Wrestling hosts Northwest Guilford and McMichael for a tri match also starting at 6:00pm.On Thursday, Men’s and Women’s Varsity Basketball will play in the HAECO Invitational with time and opponent to be determined.  Varsity Swimming and Diving will compete in the Robert Sawyer Invitational at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The last day of school before Winter Break will be this Thursday, December 21.  School will resume Wednesday, January 3rd, 2024.  We hope you will all spend some quality time with family and friends and get some rest.  We look forward to starting the new year rejuvenated and ready for more great learning.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.  We look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

December 10, 22023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.Here are the Big Dreamers of the Week:9th- Kylie Akouegnon10th- Joseph Kirkpatrick11th- Aryssa Denton12th- Nariah McKinnonStaff- Susan Hurley, EC teacherDon’t forget to mark your calendars for our holiday performances from the Page Arts Department:  The Winter Chorus Concert is Tuesday December 12, the Orchestra Concert is Thursday December 14 and the Band Concert is Tuesday December 19.  All performances begin at 7pm.Our Learning Hub runs Mondays and Wednesday from 4:30-6. If you have questions about this opportunity for your student to get academic support, please reach out to your student’s school counselor.  Please note, there will be no Learning Hub the week of December 18. As 2nd quarter interim reports were sent last week, please remember that every teacher has one morning and one afternoon set aside for tutoring.  This is a great time for your student to ask questions, work on assignments, and prepare for a strong finish to the quarter.   Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week:On Tuesday, the Varsity Women’s and Men’s basketball teams travel to Southwest Guilford with games starting at 6:00pm.  The JV Women’s and Men’s basketball teams host Southwest Guilford for games starting at 5:00pm.On Wednesday Varsity Wrestling will visit Ragsdale for their matches starting at 6pm and  Swim will take on Western at 6pm at Smith pool.Friday Women’s JV basketball will host Eastern Guilford at 5pm and Men’s JV and Men’s and Women’s Varsity basketball will travel to Ragsdale for a triple header starting at 5pm.And on Saturday Varsity Wrestling will take on Smith at Smith HS and Men’s Freshman Basketball will travel to Andrews HS for a 7pm tip-off.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

November 26, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.Welcome back to all of our Page community.  We hope you’ve had a great break and we look forward to a great few weeks of learning before Winter Break.You may have heard that some school nutrition staff may be planning a walkout on Monday, November 27. We are aware of the concerns raised by our school nutrition employees, and we are actively working to address these issues across GCS.Our top priority is the well-being of our students, and we want to assure you that students will be served meals tomorrow.Our Learning Hub resumes tomorrow and runs Mondays and Wednesday from 4:30-6. If you have questions about this opportunity for your student to get academic support, please reach out to your student’s school counselor.Here is the Page Athletics schedule for this week:On Tuesday the Men’s JV and Men’s and Women’s Varsity Basketball teams travel to Southern Guilford for a triple header starting at 5pm.On Wednesday the Women’s JV Basketball team visits Uwharrie Charter Academy for a 4:30pm tip-off.On Thursday, Varsity Wrestling visits Smith HS for a tri-match with Carver at 6pm, Men’s Varsity Basketball hosts Smith in the Big Four Tournament at 6:30 and Women’s Varsity Basketball takes on Dudley at home at 8.On Friday Varsity Wrestling will participate in the Mike Raybon/Kathy Dick Tournament at Southwest at 6:30p and Varsity Swimming takes on Ragsdale at the Jamestown YMCA at 6pm,On Saturday, Varsity Wrestling competes in the Mike Raybon/Kathy Dick Tournament at Southwest at 9am, Women’s JV Basketball plays East Forsyth at Andrews HS at 11:30am, Men’s Varsity Basketball takes on Dudley at Grimsley at 3:30 and Women’s Varsity Basketball takes on Smith at Grimsley at 5:00 in the Big Four Tournament. Additionally, our cheerleading team travels to compete in the state tournament in Raleigh and our band will participate in the Greensboro Holiday parade.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

November 20, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week. As a reminder, there will be no school on November 22nd, 23rd, and 24th for the Thanksgiving holiday.  On behalf of our entire staff, we want to share how grateful we are for every member of our Page community.   Thank you for your support and for working together to help all our students grow.   Please enjoy this time with family and friends and we look forward to continuing this great work after the Thanksgiving break.Student attendance is very important. As of Friday, Nov. 17th students who have missed 6 or more days of school are considered chronically absent. It is very important that students are in school each day and that they are on time and prepared to learn. Please remember that students need to be in 1st period each day by 9:20. Due to the short school week, we will not host Learning Hub on Monday November 20.  Our Learning Hub will resume Monday November 27 and run Mondays and Wednesday from 4:30-6. If you have questions about this opportunity for your student to get academic support, please reach out to your student’s school counselor. This week’s Big Dreamers:9th- Thomas Smothers10th- Elijah Sherman11th- Krys Branch12th- Chance AmakerStaff- Betsy EberhardtCongratulations to each of you on this recognition!Winter sports are in full swing at Page High School:On Monday, the Men’s and Women’s Varsity Swimming hosts Southwest Guilford at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.On Tuesday, the Men’s JV and Men’s and Women’s Varsity Basketball travels to Eastern Guilford for a triple header starting at 5:00pm, Varsity Wrestling visits Dudley and the Indoor Track team will run in the Turkey Invitational at the JDL Fast Track in Winston Salem.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

November 13, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.As a reminder, the end of the quarter was Nov 1st.  Report Cards will be emailed to all parents and guardians this Tuesday, November 14th.   Academic Warning letters will also be sent out on Thursday, November 16th from our Counseling Department if your students did not pass a class this quarter. This outlines a plan for support during the 2nd nine weeks for success.This week’s Big Dreamers:9th: Kennedy Johnson10th: Benafsha Farahi11th: Gladis Zahinda12th: Cecilia McDowellStaff: Betty BellCongrats to each of you on this recognition!The 2023-2024 Clubs list is now live on the Page website under Students > Clubs & Activities. Please check it out for meeting dates, contact information, and descriptions about how to get involved at Page.DECA, Skills USA/Photography Club, LUX, Team Voyage, Psychology Club, SAVE Promise, and National Technical Honors Society are sponsoring a food and clothing drive to help stock the Pirate Pantry and Closet.  Food items and clothing items can be dropped off Monday to Friday in the front office, room 301, and Quad 3.  Items can also be dropped off on Saturday, Nov. 18 from 10-12 at the Quads.  Please consider helping us to restock our pantry and closet for the winter months. 

Seniors will be treated to cookie on Friday, November 17th during the last 10 minutes of first lunch and the first 10 minutes of second lunch depending on their lunch time. Please make sure you go by the Senior  parking lot  so that we can continue to celebrate you throughout your Senior year.Tomorrow, Monday Nov 13th, please bring in items for the Page Pantry. Non perishable food, gently used clothing, shoes, and new socks & underwear can be dropped off from 9:00-11:00 am in the first mobile units of the bus lot. Volunteers will be available to help unload during that time. Afterwards, from 11:00- 4:00pm, bring items directly to the front office collection boxes.  Thanks for your donations!If you’d like to volunteer in our pantry this year please see the link in this week’s email:Page Cares Volunteers: Pirate Pantry and Treasure ChestTuesday, November 14th will be our Fall Family Engagement Night from 5:30-7:00pm.  There will be great information for ALL grade levels on determining your Post-Pirate Plans!  We'll have a presentation on Paying for College from CFNC, time to speak with representatives from GTCC, Greensboro College, NC A&T, GuilfordWorks and others!  Dinner from Salsarita's and other free giveaways are available for the first 50 attendees.  Check out the Counseling Canvas course for more information!GAP Community Night is Thursday, November 16th from 6-8pm at the Terrace at the GSO Coliseum Complex. It is open to both students and parents to meet employers and learn about apprenticeships.Please remember that Learning Hub continues this week. Any student that did not pass a class last year, should have been invited. LH will run on Mondays and Wednesday this year from 4:30-6. If you have questions about this opportunity for your student, please reach out to your student’s school counselor.Looking ahead, there will be no school on November 22nd, 23rd, and 24th for the Thanksgiving holiday.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

 

October 29, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.The end of the quarter is on November 1st. Please make sure your student has completed all of their assignments.  There will be teacher workdays this Thursday and Friday on November 2nd and 3rd.  There will be no school those days. During this time, teachers will be working towards finalizing grades for the quarter.Makeup pictures for all underclassmen will be Tuesday, Oct. 31 during English classes. This will be the last chance to have your portrait included in the yearbook. Students should not be in costume or Halloween makeup for their portrait. Anyone wearing a costume or Halloween makeup will not be pictured in the yearbook.Our big dreamers of the week are:9th- Samantha Maley10th- Lesly Jose11th- Addison Farris12th- Zuhura NjenjimanaStaff- Katie RichCongrats to each of you on this recognition!Please remember that Learning Hub continues this week. Any student that did not pass a class last year, should have been invited. LH will run on Mondays and Wednesday this year from 4:30-6. If you have questions about this opportunity for your student, please reach out to your student’s school counselor.On Monday, Varsity soccer plays on the road at Cuthbertson High and Varsity field hockey plays on the road against RJ Reynolds in the first round of the NCHSAA playoffs.On Friday, our Varsity Football team will travel to East Forsyth to participate in the first round of the NCHSAA playoffs.On Saturday, the cross-country team participates in the 4A NCHSAA State championship at Ivey Redmon in Kernersville.Looking ahead to next week, school will not be in session and the front office will be closed on Friday, Nov. 10th in observance of the Veteran's Day holiday.As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

October 16, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Our big dreamers of the week are:

9th- Kamya Evans-Stevens

10th- Alex Domachowski

11th- Yeidi Gueuare-Lopez

12th- Deven Barnett

Staff- Esperanza Wilkerson

College Foundation's "College Application Week" is here! It begins this week October 16-20, and we are excited that during that week, our seniors will have the opportunity to apply to many colleges without paying the application fee! Counselors will be going into English IV classes on Monday and Tuesday to share important information with seniors about applying to college and navigating the process. Counselors will also be available in the media center all day on Thursday for students to get assistance with their applications.

We are also excited to share that we have partnered with the Motivational Foundation to assist our students with college tours to select HBCU schools on Nov. 8-11. We will be hosting multiple informational sessions to share specifics and this tour is for Juniors and Seniors. Please find attached the flyer with more information and to sign up. An interest meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 18th at 3:30 in the Media Center.

As the parent of a high schooler it can be hard to know how to support your child's teachers, classmates, and school. That's why the PTSA has started its fall fundraiser! You can help "Raise the Sales" on our Page Pirate Ship by donating online.

Through an easy experience, with no products to buy or deliver, your donation will support teacher funding, technology updates, teacher appreciation events, the Page Cares permanent campus food and clothing pantry, and more. Visit https://app.memberhub.gives/f8da39 to learn more and donate through October 28!

PTSA’s  Page Vs Grimsley ladies tennis tournament is coming Oct 29. Ladies, teachers, & Alumni come play.  Just $30 per player, all proceeds go towards both schools PTSA. Come enjoy a fun afternoon of tennis, with prizes & food. All skill levels welcome. Register with the link below. 

https://grimsleyhighschoolptsa.memberhub.com/store/items/679111

On Monday, our Women’s Varsity Golf participates in the conference tournament at Bryan Park, JV and Varsity field hockey hosts Grimsley and our volleyball team competes in the first round of the conference tournament.

On Tuesday our JV and Varsity soccer teams travel to SW and our Varsity field hockey team travels to Mt. Tabor.

On Wednesday, our cross-country team participates in the Metro 4A conference tournament at Ivey Redmon, our JV and Varsity field hockey teams host Reagan and our Varsity tennis team will participate in the first round of the team NCHSAA playoffs.

On Thursday our JV and Varsity soccer teams travel to Ragsdale and our JV football team hosts Grimsley. Immediately following this game, we will host the annual Page-Grimsley bonfire in the Sophomore parking lot.

On Friday, our Varsity Football team will travel to take on Grimsley.  

Looking ahead, PreAct will take place on Tuesday, October 24th.  Only 10th graders will take the test. 9th and 11th graders will have an online learning day and Seniors will have a Senior Opportunity Day.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

October 9, 2023

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with a reminder about tomorrow. Our 10th and 11th grade students will take the PSAT. These students must bring a signed note in order to be released after the exam. All students should also bring their charged Chromebook  for the testing session.  Additionally, on this day our 9th Grade Students will have an online learning day and our seniors will have their first Senior Opportunity Day. Freshmen can find their assignments for the day on their class Canvas pages, and seniors can use this day to visit colleges and universities, job shadow, or volunteer. As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High, where we dream big in all that we do. 

October 8, 2023

Good evening, Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Please remember that on Tuesday, October 10th, 9th grade students will learn online, Seniors will have Senior Opportunity Day and our 10th and 11th grade students will take the PSAT. Be sure to bring your charged GCS Chromebook to access the test.

Our big dreamers of the week are:

9th Grade- Charles Disney

10th Grade- William Garner

11th Grade- Dionicio Garcia Lopez

12th Grade- Akeem Kaiuway

Staff- Kelly Kramp

Congrats to each of you on this recognition!

This past week our school was recognized as a gold level AP School. This is a huge recognition, and it is due to the dedication of our students, staff and families. Everyone should celebrate this and share this news with families and friends. Let’s keep up this great momentum.

Ladies, our fall tennis tournament vs Grimsley is coming Sunday Oct 29. Just $30 per player, all proceeds go towards both schools PTSA. Come enjoy a fun afternoon of tennis, with prizes & food. Get your playing partner and come join us while benefiting our school. Register with the link below. 

https://grimsleyhighschoolptsa.memberhub.com/store/items/679111

Senior families- did you miss the ordering day 2 weeks ago? You can now order your cap and gowns online! Go to www.highschool.herffjones.com to order your senior materials. Order by December 15th  before prices go up. If you have questions, you can call Herff Jones at 336-228-7770.

Attention Juniors and Seniors

The following college representatives will be on campus this week.

October 10th  – Queens University - Charlotte – 10:05 – 11:05

October 11th  – Dennison University – 12:15 – 1:30

Students, If you have not accepted your invitation to receive notifications from the counseling department’s canvas page, please do so as soon as possible.  Our counseling department uses the canvas page to communicate important information and important messages with our students. 

Attention 9th graders!

We will have a representative from the SEO Scholars program visiting our school on Friday, October 13. The national SEO Scholars program is a free, eight-year academic program for selected 9th graders that helps to get them to and through college – with a 90% college graduation rate. SEO Scholars are committed to their personal growth, building successful futures and creating a more equitable society for generations to come. 

All 9th graders are encouraged to stop by the table on Friday to get more information about this awesome opportunity!

On Monday, our Women’s Varsity Golf participates in the conference tournament at Bryan Park and the Women’s Varsity Tennis will also participate in their conference tournament at NW High.

On Tuesday our JV and Varsity Volleyball and Soccer teams host Grimsley and our women’s varsity field hockey team travels to Greensboro Day. The women’s varsity tennis team continues to participate in the conference tournament at NW

On Thursday our JV and Varsity Volleyball teams and our varsity soccer teams host SE and our  JV Soccer team hosts Greensboro Day. Both varsity teams will have Senior Night.  Additionally, our JV football team travels to play Northern.

On Friday, our Varsity Football team will host Northern for both Senior Night and our Hall of Fame game.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

October 2, 2023

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Our big dreamers of the week are:

9th Grade- Mikael Nay

10th Grade- Shamya Richmond

11th Grade- Lizbeth Munoz

12th Grade- Anne Ellis

Staff- Sheri Sims

Congrats to each of you on this recognition!

Interims are Tuesday the 3rd.  Please check Powerschool to see your students' current progress.  You can also check attendance and tardies.  It is important for students to maintain good attendance; please encourage you  student to be present daily. 

The Page PTSA will have its first general meeting of the year on Tuesday, October 3 at 6 p.m. in the media center. We invite you to stop by to learn how the PTSA plans to support our students and staff in the 2023-24 school year. It's also a great time to become a member -- you can join for as little as $10 or make a larger donation. You can join online at https://pirates.memberhub.com/

The annual Page Pirate Fund helps to provide teacher mini-grants, technology, classroom supplies, testing fees, hospitality, campus beautification, arts support, graduation events, and more. The fund welcomes business and corporate donors.In 2022-23 we helped teachers fund classroom projects, we hosted the annual SeniorFest on campus, and we connected every teacher with a Page Pal parent that reached out to them every month to show their appreciation.We want to show our teachers how much their dedication means to our students -- this year we plan to give them surprise snacks on Wednesdays, bring in lunch several times throughout the year, and other displays of appreciation

We invite anyone who may be interested in volunteering with the PTSA to come by! The meeting is Tuesday, October 3 at 6 p.m. in the media center.

SAVE THE DATE. Sun Oct 29, is our 4th annual Grimsley vs Page Women's Tennis tournament at Grimsley High school.  Registration opens October 9. Start to find your tennis partner now. There will be 3 brackets, $30 per player, and prizes, food & fun. All proceeds help fund our PTSA.

Senior families- did you miss the ordering day this week? You can now order your cap and gowns online! Go to www.highschool.herffjones.com to order your senior materials. Order by December 15th  before prices go up. If you have questions, you can call Herff Jones at 336-228-7770.

Attention Juniors and Seniors,

The following colleges will be on campus this week.   Please make sure your register to attend these sessions.

October 2nd – Christopher Newport University – 12:15 – 1:30 – Click Here to Register

October 3rd – Lenoir-Rhyne – 10:15 – 11:05 – Click Here to Register

October 4th – UNC – Charlotte – 12:15 – 1:30 – Click Here to Register

October 4th – Hollins University – 12:15 – 1:30 – Click Here to Register (In the Common Area)

October 5th – Virginia Tech – 2:00 to 2:45 - Click Here to Register

October 6th – Roanoke College – 12:15 – 1:30 – Click Here to Register

Also as a reminder for the Seniors, On Monday, October 2nd, Guilford County Schools and CACRAO organization will host a College Fair at the Greensboro Coliseum from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.  Page High School will provide transportation to Greensboro Coliseum for 120 students on Monday morning.  The bus will leave Page at 9:30 am and return to Page between 11:30 – 12:00 (bus lot).  All interested students must register by the end of tonight and have a signed permission slip.   Please check the Counselor Canvas page for more registration link and the permission slip.

Please bring in your donations tomorrow, Monday Oct 2nd, for the Page High School food pantry and clothing closet. Non perishable food as well as gently used clothing, shoes, and new socks & underwear can be dropped off from 9:00-11:00 AM at the first mobile units in the bus lot. Volunteers will be available to help unload during that time.  Afterwards, from 11:00- 4:00pm, bring items directly to the front office collection boxes.  Your donations help families in need at our school and Cone Elementary.  

Parents still wishing to register for the pantry can either do so in the front office or come to the mobile units this Tuesday, Oct 3rd from 2:30-4:30. The Pirate Pantry and Treasure Chest are open every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month throughout the year.

On Monday, our Women’s Varsity Golf takes on NW at Greensboro National, Women’s Varsity Tennis will host Grimsley,  and our varsity field hockey team travels to Forsyth Country Day.

On Tuesday our JV and Varsity Volleyball and Soccer teams host Western and out women’s varsity tennis teams travels to Jordan High School.

Join Page Volleyball at their game on Tuesday, October 3rd vs. Western Guilford as they show their support for breast cancer awareness.  The team will be collecting donations for earlier.org, Friends for an Earlier Breast Cancer Test®, a local 501(c) 3 organization.  Cash and smart phone donations can be made at the game.  Wear your pink, pack out the gym and come out to support Page Volleyball in their effort to raise funds for earlier.org.

On Wednesday, our Women’s Varsity Tennis hosts SE Guilford, our cross country team travels to take on SW and our varsity field hockey team hosts Mt. Tabor.

On Thursday our JV and Varsity Volleyball and our  JV and Varsity Soccer teams travel to Northern and our JV Football team hosts Western.

On Friday, our Varsity Football team will travel to play Western.

Looking ahead, on Tuesday, October 10th, 9th grade students will learn online, Seniors will have Senior Opportunity day and our 10th and 11th grade students will take the PSAT. Be sure to bring your charged GCS Chromebook to access the test.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

9/24/23

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.

Our big dreamers of the week are:

9th Grade- Elizabeth Hoyle

10th Grade- Ziyah Rivera

11th Grade- Cortayvis Moss

12th Grade- Malachi Williams

Staff- Zach Creech

Congrats to each of you on this recognition!

Please remember that tomorrow (Sept. 25th) is a teacher workday and school will not be in session.

Don’t forget that Picture Day for all underclassmen is this Tuesday and make up for Senior portraits are on  Wednesday Sept. 27 and Oct. 2. All pictures are during the students’ English class.

Our 2023 HOCO dance will be held this Saturday Night from 8-11. Tickets will go on sale this coming Tuesday during both lunches. Tickets are $15 each which can be paid in cash or you can purchase through the K12 Payment center. We hope to see you there to experience the Candyland experience.

Attention Class of 2024!

Herff Jones will return this  Tuesday, September 26, 2023 from 4–7pm in the school cafeteria to assist seniors with their ordersSave time and money by ordering your cap and gowns early.

Attention Juniors and Seniors, the following college representatives will be on campus this week.  Please be sure to pre-register for these visits on the Page HS website or through Canvas. 

September 26th – University of Chicago – 10:15 – 11:05

September 27th – Binghamton University – 12:15 – 1:30

September 27th – Catawba College – 12:15 – 1:30

September 28th – Delaware State University – 2:00 – 2:45

Page High School will also hosting our 2nd Annual Historically Black Colleges and University (HBCU) college fair on September 27th from 5:00 to 7:00pm in the Media Center.   College representatives from over three states will be on campus to answer questions regarding their institutions and admissions requirements. 

Mark your calendar: A collection for Page High School’s food pantry and clothing closet will be held Monday, October 2nd.  Non-perishable food as well as gently used clothing, shoes, and new socks & underwear can be dropped off from 9:00-11:00 am in the first mobile units of the bus lot next Monday. Volunteers will be available to help with unloading during that time.  Afterwards, from 11:00- 4:00pm, please bring items directly to the front office collection boxes.  Your donations help families in need at our school and Cone Elementary.  

Registration forms for families interested in enrolling in the food and clothing pantry program are still available in the front office and from the school social worker.  THE PIRATE PANTRY & TREASURE CHEST are offered free of charge to families at both Page High and Cone Elementary. The pantries contain food from BackPack Beginnings in addition to clothing and hygiene products collected through school-wide donation drives. 

 

Please see this week’s email for additional information and links to the volunteer sign-up calendar. 

To register, families can download a request form here and return to front office.

We also need volunteers to maintain our Food, Clothing and Hygiene Pantries for the year. 

Please join us!

Page Cares Volunteers: Pirate Pantry and Treasure Chest

On Monday, our Women’s Varsity Golf takes on Ragsdale at Grandover, Women’s Varsity Tennis will host Western Guilford,  Varsity Field Hockey will visit Northwest Guilford and our JV/ Varsity Volleyball, and Soccer teams host Northern Guilford.

On Tuesday our JV and Varsity Volleyball and Soccer teams host Ragsdale.

On Wednesday, our Women’s Varsity Golf Team takes on Southwest Guilford at River Landing and Women’s Varsity Tennis travels to Northern Guilford.

On Thursday our JV and Varsity Volleyball, JV and Varsity Soccer and JV Football all travel to Northwest Guilford.

On Friday, our JV and Varsity Field Hockey teams play at Forsyth Country Day and our Varsity Football team will host Northwest Guilford for our Homecoming Game.

Looking ahead, on Tuesday, October 10th, 9th grade students will learn online, Seniors will have Senior Opportunity day and our 10th and 11th grade students will take the PSAT.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

9/17/23

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.
 
Our big dreamers of the week are:

9th: Zion Zah
10th: Nara Adams
11th: Christian James
12th: McKinley Crowder
Staff: Summer Hunter
Congrats to each of you on this recognition!

Please remember that tomorrow night (Sep. 18), we will host Walk the Schedule night starting at 6:00 p.m. Each family in attendance will follow their student schedule and visit each teacher. Prior to this event for Seniors and their families, we will host college info night at 5:30 in the Page Auditorium. We'll review the college application process, sending transcripts, applying for scholarships, and more!

Attention Class of 2024!
Mark your calendars and get ready to make some great senior year memories! Herff Jones will be on campus this Tuesday, Sept 19th during 6th period. This exciting presentation will tell you all you need to know about purchasing caps and gowns as well as other senior class accessories. Parents, your seniors will come home with a brochure of all available merchandise as well as ordering information.  Herff Jones will return Tuesday, September 26, 2023 from  4–7pm in the school cafeteria to assist seniors with their orders. Save time and money by ordering your cap and gowns early.
Registration is now open for the the Pirate Pantry & Treasure Chest, which are food and clothing pantries offered free of charge to families at both Page High and Cone Elementary. The pantries contain food from BackPack Beginnings in addition to clothing and hygiene products provided by Page PTSA.

We open this Tuesday, SEPT 19 from 2:30-4:30, and every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month throughout the year. Parents may either come this Tuesday to register at the mobile units or complete a form located in the front office. All information is confidential.

For additional information and links to the volunteer sign-up calendar, please see this week’s email.

To register, families may also download request form here

We also need volunteers to maintain our Food, Clothing and Hygiene Pantries for the year. 

Please join us!

Page Cares Volunteers: Pirate Pantry and Treasure Chest

Page Cares:BackPack Beginnings Drivers

On Monday, tennis plays on the road at Ragsdale and our golf team plays Northern at Bryan Park.

On Tuesday our JV and Varsity volleyball and soccer teams all travel to SE and our tennis team travels to RJ Reynolds.

On Wednesday, our cross-country team travels to SW, our tennis team plays at NW, and our JV and Varsity soccer teams host SW.

On Thursday our JV and Varsity volleyball teams travel to SW, Varsity field hockey hosts NW and our JV football team hosts Ragsdale.

On Friday, our varsity football team plays on the road at Ragsdale.

Looking ahead, please remember that next Monday (Sept. 25th) is a teacher workday and school will not be in session.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

9/10/23

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for the upcoming week.
 
Back again this year are our Big Dreamers that will be awarded each week. Students are nominated by their teachers and staff are nominated by colleagues.
9th: Grayson-Ann Saunders
10th: Jada Warren-Fitts
11th: Joseph Wharton
12th: Kymani Hightower
Staff: Mr. Heard (Math teacher)
Congrats to each of you on this recognition!

Please remember that next Monday night (Sep. 18), we will host Walk the Schedule night starting at 6:00 p.m. Each family in attendance will follow their student schedule and visit each teacher. Prior to this event for Seniors and their families we will host college info night at 5:30 in the Page Auditorium. We'll review the college application process, sending transcripts, applying for scholarships, and more!

All schedule change requests were to be submitted by Wednesday September 6 at 4:30. If approved, these changes will be processed by this Tuesday, September 12 by 5:00. The new classes will start Wednesday, September 13.  No schedule changes will occur after this deadline.

On Monday, tennis plays on the road at SE and our JV football teams hosts Reidsville.  On Tuesday our JV and Varsity volleyball and soccer teams all host Northern.

On Wednesday, our cross-country team travels to Northern, our golf team plays at SE, our tennis team plays at SW, and our JV and Varsity field hockey teams host Grimsley.

On Thursday our JV and Varsity volleyball and soccer teams travel to Grimsley, Varsity field hockey hosts NW and our JV football team travels to SW.

On Friday, our varsity football team host SW and on Saturday our cross-country team participates in the Adidas XC Challenge at Wake Med Park.


As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

9/3/23

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for our second week of school. We had an outstanding first week of school and I know this will continue this week.

Don’t forget there is no school tomorrow as we observe the Labor Day holiday.

As a reminder, 1st period begins at 9:20. Students may enter the building starting at 9:00. However, students will need to arrive to school by 9:15 in order to walk through the  screeners in order to be in 1st period on time at 9:20.  Please remind students to take out any metal items such as laptops, spiral notebooks, 3-ring binders and metal water bottles as they walk through the scanners so we can keep the lines moving and keep our campus as safe as possible.

We will also begin recording tardies this week.  Students have 5 minutes between classes which is plenty of time to get to their next class.  Students who accumulate 3 or more tardies will be assigned In School Suspension beginning this week.   

Parking Permits will also be checked each day.  If your student parks in a spot without a Page Parking Permit displayed in the car, the vehicle will be towed.     

All schedule change requests must be submitted by Wednesday September 6 at 4:30. These changes should be submitted using the QR code on flyers around the school.  If approved, these changes will be processed by the following Tuesday September 12 by 5:00 and the new classes will start Wednesday September 13.  No schedule changes will occur after this deadline.

On Thursday September 7th, Page HS DECA will host their first Annual Membership Kickoff Event in the Media Center at 4:45. If you are interested in learning more about DECA and how it can benefit you, join us on September 7th at 4:45 and bring a friend.

On Tuesday September 5 our JV Women’s Field Hockey team hosts West Forsyth at 5:30pm and our varsity Field Hockey team hosts West Forsyth at 7:00pm.  Our Varsity Women’s Tennis team hosts Northern HS at 5:00pm and our Women’s JV volleyball team hosts Northwest at 5:00pm with varsity following at 6:30pm.

On Wednesday September 6 our Men’s and Women’s Varsity Cross-Country teams travel to Southwest Guilford for a 5:00 start.

On Thursday our Women’s Varsity Tennis team travels to Grimsely at 5:00.  Our Women’s JV Volleyball team travels to Western at 5:00 with Varsity following at 6:00.  And our Women’s JV Field Hockey team travels to RJ Reynolds for a 5:00 start followed by the Women’s Varsity Field Hockey game at 6:30.


On Friday September 8 our Men’s and Women’s Varsity Cross Country teams travel to Ivey Redmon.  Our men’s JV soccer team hosts Mount Tabor here at Page at 5:30 followed by the Men’s Varsity Soccer game at 7:00.


Don’t miss out on the chance to buy your yearbook for the lowest price of the school year! The Buccaneer is on sale for the $60 until Sept. 8. Go to the Page Yearbook Instagram for a link to purchase. Additionally, Walk the Schedule Night will take place on Monday, September 18th. A few minutes will be spent by our families in each room with your student’s teacher. 

We look forward to seeing each of you Tuesday morning. We will continue to have a great school year working together. As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

8/27/23

Good evening Page Pirate students and families. This is Erik Naglee, principal of Page High calling with important information for our first week back at school. Thanks to all our students and families that were able to come out to Page Fest last week.  We are so excited about welcoming all students back tomorrow morning! 
As a reminder, 1st period will begin at 9:20. Students may enter the building starting at 9:00. However, students will need to arrive to school by 9:15 in order to walk through the  screeners that GCS has put in all high schools and middle schools in order to be in 1st period on time at 9:20.  The screeners assist us with keeping our campus as safe as possible, and all students who attend will have to be screened.  There are three locations across campus that students will enter. These are located in the G-Wing, at the front office area and in front of the gym.
Students will go to first period upon entry to the building. If your student doesn’t have their hard copy schedule or can’t access their schedule through PowerSchool, we will have lists posted around the school that will be listed by student last name that gives them their first period with the appropriate room number.   Once students arrive to first period, they will receive a copy of their schedule for the day. This will be the schedule students should follow. We will have two lunches again this year depending on students 4th period class.  Seniors and Juniors may leave for off campus lunch. 9th and 10th graders must remain on campus for their lunch. For tomorrow, Weaver students will remain on campus at Page as they report to Weaver on day 2. During their Weaver time, they will report to the Media Center.
Seniors need to make sure their immunizations are up to date before they return to school.  12th-grade students are required to receive the booster dose of the Meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV).
Appointments can be scheduled through the Guilford County Health Department:

Greensboro Office
1100 E. Wendover Avenue
(336) 641-3245

High Point Office
501 E. Green Drive
(336) 641-7571

In other exciting news, we are thrilled to announce that our new playing surface has been completed in Marion Kirby Stadium. This is a state of the art surface and we are incredibly thankful to the many donors that made this happen which was led by our booster club. Page student-athletes, Page students and our community will benefit from this for years to come. We are the first school in the county to be able to complete such a project and all of us should be proud.
On Monday, August 28th our JV and Varsity women’s field hockey teams will play on the road at Reagan, women’s golf will play Grimsley at Starmount and women’s tennis will host SW. On Tuesday, Our JV and Varsity Volleyball teams will host SW. On Wednesday, women’s varsity tennis will play on the road at Western Guilford and our JV football team will play at Mt. Tabor. On Thursday, our varsity football team will host Mt. Tabor with kickoff set for 7:00, JV and Varsity volleyball will play at Ragsdale and our JV field hockey teams will play at the Summit School.
Don’t miss out on the chance to buy your yearbook for the lowest price of the school year! The Buccaneer is on sale for the $60 until Sept. 8. Go to the Page Yearbook Instagram for a link to purchase. Additionally, Walk the Schedule Night will take place on Monday, September 18th. A few minutes will be spent by our families in each room with your student’s teacher.
Lastly, If you're the parent of a senior -- we have a special treat in store for your student! The Page PTSA will be sharing donuts with members of the Class of 2024 in the senior parking lot at 8:45 am on Monday, August 28th. We want to welcome our seniors back to Page with this sweet treat. Here's to a great year!
We look forward to seeing each of you tomorrow morning. We will have a great school year working together. As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

 

8/13/23

Good evening Page students and families. This is Erik Naglee, Principal of Page High School calling with important information about upcoming dates.  I hope you are continuing to enjoy your summer, and we can't wait to see many of you this week!  The first day of school will be here before we know it.

For our incoming Freshmen- you are invited to attend Freshmen Night  this Thursday, August 17th from 5:30-7:00 in the auditorium.  We will be welcoming our incoming Pirates and their families as we provide important information about the transition to high school which includes their schedules. 

On Tuesday, August 22nd from 5:30-7:30, we will be hosting our annual Page Fest for all of our Page Pirates.  There will be food trucks, community organizations and student clubs at this event.  We really encourage our students and families to come out and enjoy this special event before our school year kicks off.  

Beginning on August 17th students can request a schedule change online. Please remember that these are not guaranteed and must be approved by administration and are based on space available in the requested class.  Schedule change requests can be honored if it is a duplicate course (such as two periods of Math) or if you do not meet the pre-requisites for the course.  Please note that we do not make class changes based on teacher requests. 

 If you need to request a change, please submit the online schedule change request form.  Should you need further assistance, there will be two opportunities on August 21st from 2-4 and August 22nd from 10-12 with counselors to discuss schedule changes only. Counselors will work through schedule changes only submitted through the form.

Fall athletics start this week with both our football and soccer teams kicking off their seasons.  On Thursday, August 17th, men’s varsity soccer will play in the Triad Cup at Bryan Park and our JV football team will host Dudley High at Mendenhall Middle. On Friday, August 18th, our varsity football team will travel for an away contest at Dudley High. On Saturday, our varsity soccer team will again play in the Triad Cup and will play Calvary Day School.

In other athletic news, our main stadium playing surface is in the final stages of construction and the turf playing surface will begin to be laid down this week. Until it is completed, we will host many of our  contests on the Cone Field which is adjacent to our softball field. Junior Varsity football games will be played at Mendenhall and if we are unable to host our home opening football game at Marion Kirby Stadium, the Mt. Tabor football game will be played at North Carolina A&T University in their home football stadium. We are extremely grateful to them for allowing this incredible experience for our athletes as our home surface gets finished.

Our official start date for 23-24 school year is on Monday, August 28th.  I hope each of you continue to enjoy the last few days of your summer.  As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.

8/6/23

Good evening Page students and families. This is Erik Naglee, Principal of Page High School calling with important information about upcoming dates.  I hope you are enjoying your summer, and we can't wait to see you all very soon!  We are busy planning for a fabulous 2023-2024 school year. The first day of school will be here before we know it.
Parking passes will be on sale again this Thursday, August 10th from 10-1 in the senior parking lot.  This is a drive-thru event so please remain in your cars. Students must bring a completed parking pass form which will be available on the Page website, copy of their driver’s license and the $50.00 fee.  The fee can be paid online at the K-12 payment center or it can be paid in cash.  We will not be accepting checks for payment or be able to make copies of forms and driver’s licenses.  Students must bring these items with them.  Any outstanding school fees will need to be cleared before a parking pass will be given.
For our incoming Freshmen- you are invited to attend Freshmen Night on Thursday, August 17th from 5:30-7:00 in the auditorium.  We will be welcoming our incoming Pirates and their families as we provide important information about the transition to high school which includes their schedules.  On Tuesday, August 22nd from 5:30-7:30, we will be hosting our annual Page Fest for all of our Page Pirates.  There will be food trucks, community organizations and student clubs at this event.  We really encourage our students and families to come out and enjoy this special event before our school year kicks off.   
Beginning on August 17th students can request a schedule change online. Please remember that these are not guaranteed and must be approved by administration and are based on space available in the requested class.  Schedule change requests can be honored if it is a duplicate course (such as two periods of Math) or if you do not meet the pre-requisites for the course.  Please note that we do not make class changes based on teacher requests. 
If you need to request a change, please submit the online schedule change request form.  Should you need further assistance, there will be two opportunities on August 21st from 2-4 and August 22nd from 10-12 with counselors to discuss schedule changes only. Counselors will work through schedule changes only submitted through the form.

The Transportation Department spent the summer preparing for buses to hit the road to provide safe, efficient and reliable transportation this school year. In order to prepare you for your student’s transportation needs, we encourage all parents and guardians to claim their PowerSchool Parent Portal account. The PowerSchool Parent Portal will serve as a valuable resource to access essential transportation information for your child and you may access directions on our website at  www.gcsnc.com/Page/17246. You are also encouraged to download the Here Comes the Bus app for real-time tracking, allowing you to monitor your child's bus location and estimated arrival time conveniently from your smartphone. The app can be found in the App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android) and will be available on August 28. If you have questions or concerns about transportation, please contact our Transportation Call Center at (888) 511-4GCS (4427).
Our official start date for 23-24 school year is on Monday, August 28th.  I hope each of you continue to enjoy the rest of your summer.  As always, we appreciate your ongoing support of Page High where we dream big in all that we do.