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Page High School is located in Page, Arizona, a city born just under 50 years ago with the creation of the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. We serve over 1000 students in grades 9-12. Our school offers a diverse selection of educational and extra-curricular opportunities for our students. We're proud of our dedicated staff and the success of our students.

We welcome you to our website and hope that you'll find it useful and informative. Be sure to see what's planned by visiting our school calendar, enjoy the many Web resources on our Helpful Links page, meet our staff , and learn about our school by visiting the About PHS page. Want to know how you can help our students and our schools? Read about Arizona School Tax Credits and learn how you can commit your tax dollars to the activities of your choice. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

Mission Statement

The Mission of Page High School is to empower students through a rigorous and relevant education to meet future challenges.

Vision Statement

Every Page High School graduate is college, career, and community ready.

Belief Statments

  • Community
    • Education is a shared responsibility among staff, students, families, and community.
  • Future
    • Our students' learning impacts the future of our society.
  • Learning
    • People learn to think critically and evaluate information effectively when they are invested in the process.
  • Passion
    • Best learning occurs when there is a positive environment.

Paul GagnonDear PHS Sand Devil Families,

Another month has been crossed off the calendar at Page High School. October brought many events including Parent/Teacher Conferences, Homecoming, and Freshman Focus. We certainly hope that you took advantage of the time to visit with your child’s teachers during Parent/Teacher Conferences and get acquainted (or re-acquainted) with the Page High School staff and the wonderful services we provide our students. Survey data is being tabulated by our secretarial staff so we look forward to examining that survey data about the Parent/Teacher Conference experience you all had and where we can improve our service to our community. 

It’s hard to believe but Finals Week will be here in just a few short weeks. Class finals will take place during the week of December 15th, concluding at the end of the week. Please make sure to look carefully at the finals schedule present in our newsletter and understand that we will not release students to be checked out during their class finals. The only exceptions to this are an unplanned medical emergency or the graduation of an immediate family member. Approval for being gone during a final must be granted through myself. Once approval is given, it is up to your student to make the arrangements with his/her teacher(s) to take the final at a different time during Finals Week. If you have any questions or need to schedule an appointment for an exception, please contact me at (928) 608-4133. 

On November 25th, the Navajo Youth Risk Behavior survey will be given to all students who return a permission slip sent out during the week of November 3rd. Over the last 10 years, we have given the survey at least three times, which has given our counselors and student support services team good information about our students’ behaviors in and outside our campus. This survey helps measure students’ attitudes toward substances and at-risk behaviors. If you have any questions about the survey after you receive the permission slip, please feel free to contact me at (928) 608-4133. We would like to have as many students take the survey as possible, so please return the permission slips promptly. 

November is Native American Heritage Month. The UNITY Club, led by Mrs. Stahl, and our Indian Education Council have worked hard to provide events in support of this month, culminating with a presentation by a guest speaker during the week of November 24th. For more information about the events taking place, please feel free to contact Mrs. Stahl at (928) 608-4170. 

Finally, one of the three A’s I always talk to students about is Attendance. It is vital for all students to be present at school and ready to learn each and every day. One of the attendance thresholds that we must hit is 90% of the student body has to be in attendance throughout the school year. With cold and flu season upon us, it won’t be easy; however, Mr. Lomeland, Ms. Tate, and I want to personally encourage you to remind your student of the importance of being in class, ready to learn every day. Attendance greatly impacts one of the other A’s - Academics, so it is vital that your student is present every day. 

Here’s to another great month of education at Page High School.

Yours in Education,

Paul Gagnon
Mr. Paul Gagnon

What's New
AzMERIT Assessment Information

The Arizona State Board of Education has adopted a new statewide achievement test, AzMERIT. Students in grades 3 through high school will take AzMERIT in English language arts and mathematics. Read more>>>


Page High School is proud of their robust and successful athletic and activity programs. If you are interested in participating and would like to know what it takes to get involved, review the Activity/Athletic Requirements below:

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Students enrolled in extended day, library use, or tutorial may stay Monday through Thursday from 3:30-4:45 p.m. for academic assistance.

Students who wish to take advantage of our extended hours services must arrive at the appointed service area by 3:30 p.m. and must, because of safety reasons, remain in that area until 4:45 p.m.

Late buses run only for students who are involved in extended day programs, library use, or tutorial programs.