Vision Statement 

"Our schools are passionate about the learning-for-all and understand that every student matters.  We are responsible and accountable for the education of every student that walks through our door every day."



"Collectively Committed to
Every Student 
Every Day
Every Minute"

Mission Statement

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


Belief Statement 

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.
Find Out More: Our School

Page, Arizona became the youngest city in the nation when the Glen Canyon Dam began construction in 1957. The city of Page, once just a housing camp for the construction workers, grew to become home to a population of more than 8000. Page also plays host to millions of visitors annually because of its beauty and proximity to so many natural and recreational attractions. Although Page has only been a city for a short time, the adjacent Navajo Nation and nearby Hopi Reservation offer cultures rich in ancient traditions and unique heritage.

All of this fascinating geology, culture, history, and technology is right here in our backyard to explore, and we at Page High School are proud of the diverse and high-quality learning opportunities available to our students.
The quartz crystal is an appropriate symbol for this award:

Quartz crystals are widely available, thereby representing accessibility to all.
Quartz crystals have a strong underlying structure, which determines their external shapes. Good websites are also well-structured, with a design appropriate to the content.
Quartz crystals have clean lines and the elegance of simplicity, making them aesthetically pleasing.
Quartz crystals come in an almost infinite variety of sizes, shapes and colors, but (although quartz is the most common mineral on the face of this planet) a perfect crystal is a rare thing indeed, and many need polishing to bring out their true beauty. This is true of websites also.

Their award to us went on to say, "I found your site to be user-friendly, excellently written, easy to navigate, and well laid out with an attractive design which makes it a pleasure to view."

We are proud to display this award on our website.

Annual Public Notification of Nondiscrimination

Page Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. Page Unified School District Career and Technical Education department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available Graphic Communications, Culinary Arts, Education Professions, Information Technology, Computer Maintenance, Network Technology, Draft/Design Technology, Architectural Drafting, Construction Technology, Automotive Technologies, Welding Technology, Nursing Services, Accounting, Marketing Management and Entrepreneurship. The Page Unified School District also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices.

This notice is provided as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Forward any questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws to the designated compliance coordinator:

Bryce Anderson

500 South Navajo Drive
Page, Arizona