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Page High School is located in Page, Arizona, a city born just over 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.

A Message from our Principal

Greetings to the students, parents, and patrons of Page High School:

Congratulations! You have finished the first semester of the 2016-2017 school year. I hope it was a good semester for you and that you are reaching the goals you set for this school year. If you didn’t quite reach your goals, I challenge you to look at how you can make some changes so that you can and will be successful in your school endeavors.

One thing that we are going to do as a school is introduce how one word can change your life. This comes from Jon Gordon. This one word will serve as your vision or theme for the entire year. Every new year, 87 percent of adults, more than 206 million people, create new goals and resolutions only to experience the same frustrating results: false starts and failure. In fact, 50 percent of resolution makers will fail by the end of January.

The One Word process has created laser-like focus throughout the year. This process has become a driving force and stretches us in all six dimensions of life: spiritual, mental, relational, emotional, and financial. It has a three step process:

  1. Prepare your heart by looking in.
  2. Discover your word by looking up.
  3. Live your word by looking out.

Truthfully, there is only one thing you need to put One Word into practice - if you’re breathing; you qualify! You must have a desire to live life to the fullest and become the best you. There is no secret recipe, no hidden tricks. One word for one year of your life.

Step one: When we talk about preparing your heart, we mean by getting your heart ready by looking in. Failing to prepare is preparing to fail. You need to answer these three questions.

  1. What do I need? What areas of your life need the most change, and why?
  2. What's in my way? Looking for obstacles or things that are preventing personal growth is a powerful process.
  3. What needs to go? Sometimes, our past mistakes or pain hold us hostage. Other times, the words should have prevented us from moving forward.

Step two: Once you have prepared your heart, you are ready to receive your word. There is a word meant for each of us - a word based on where we are in our lives.

Step three: When your word comes to you, it may come in the form of a character trait, discipline, a person, a spiritual focus, an attribute, or a value. Some examples could be love, joy, patience, health, discipline, commitment, positive, inspire, integrity, etc.

Once you discover the word meant for you, then it's time to live it out. Keep your one word front and center throughout the year. Post it in many prominent places so you see it regularly. What gets attention, gets your focus: what gets your focus gets done. When you come back in January, your teachers will share this process and you can hang your one word along with your fellow students and staff.

Some other tips that I would like to share for a positive new year are:

  1. Stay positive. You can listen to the cynics and doubters and believe success is impossible or you can trust that with faith and an optimistic attitude all things are possible.
  2. Remember that outside circumstances and events have no power over you. You create your world from the inside out.
  3. Talk to yourself instead of listen to yourself. Instead of listening to your complaints, fears, and doubts, talk to yourself and feed your mind with words of truth and encouragement that you need to keep moving forward.
  4. Post a sign that says "No Energy Vampires Allowed." Gandhi said, "I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet."
  5. Get more sleep. You can't replace sleep with a double latte.
  6. You don't have to be great to serve but you have to serve to be great. Look for opportunities to love, serve, and care.
  7. Live your purpose. Remember why you do what you do. We don't feel burned out because of what we do; we feel burned out because we forget why we do it.
  8. There's no such thing as an overnight success. Anything worthwhile takes time to build.
  9. Don't seek happiness. Instead, decide to live with passion and purpose and happiness will find you.
  10. Focus on "get to" vs "have to." Each day focus on what you get to do, not what you have to do. Life is a gift, not an obligation.

Finally, I would encourage you all to smile and laugh more. I wish you success as you start out this new semester and a new year.


Principal Greg StanfieldSincerely, 

Greg Stanfield

Mr. Greg Stanfield


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Activities and Athletics Programs

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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After School Programs

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.