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Page High School6

Greensboro, NC | Guilford County

October 29, 2014


School is just okay-here are some issues that I've seen: 1. Teachers should be REQUIRED to update PowerSchool weekly. Not doing so hinders any ability a parent might have to help their child improve study habits. None of my son's teachers update in a timely manner, with one of them waiting 3-4 weeks on average. 2. There needs to be more communication between the administration and teachers. There have been a couple of times where my son was out of class due to a meeting with admin or testing and I found unexcused absences in those classes. It wasn't until I called in to question it that they went through the process of changing it in their system. 3. We had a horrible mess at the beginning of the first year with his schedule. He didn't have a proper schedule until late the first week of school and ended up missing assignments in each of his classes. I heard from several staff as we wandered around aimlessly at orientation that this is a frequent occurrence. While you may not bat an eye at this, starting a new school with no idea of what to do is VERY stressful for a child. 4. Please don t use orientation/walk the schedule night to endlessly ask for donations.

Submitted by a parent

April 9, 2014


The principal is deplorable. She doesn't communicate effectively or use proper English. When you try to discuss any issue you have, she just talks over you and never really addresses the issue. I think her leadership has disenfranchised and set a negative tone many good teachers.

Submitted by a parent

November 16, 2011


Page continues to get worse each year. The administration is a joke. They cannot even speak proper English. The lack of communication is unacceptable. The leadership team and administration continue to create rules that are not explained and they do not give reasons for many decisions made (dress code). It is a shame that they continue to harass good students about their wardrobe when they are making the school look better by our test scores. Some teachers are very passionate, but others take their job as a joke and prefer handing out packets rather than teaching the class. What happened to the need for education? Why pay teachers if the students are just expected to teach themselves. It is so surprising that Page has so many smart students. The parents and the students deserve most of the credit. The teachers are too opinionated about sensitive subjects and do not seem to truly care about the feelings of the students. The administration is the worst. They take weeks to reply to emails and phone calls. When they finally get back to you, expect to wait 30 minutes to meet with them. The parent's and student's time is not valued. The office staff is unprofessional.

Submitted by a student

September 8, 2010


We have two children at Page. For those serious about getting a quality education, Page is there to make it happen. Most of the teachers care about the quality of the educational experience. The sports program is committed to excellence. As with all large, public schools, Page is forced to deal with an element that does not value education (and with parents eager to blame the school rather than their student), but the administration is committed to trying to motivate these students. So if your child is willing to pursue the accelerated track, Page has an excellent track record of success going back decades.

Submitted by a parent

October 31, 2009


This school is making it hard for children of a certain genre to thrice and excel. Alot of the teachers are childish and they make it more of a competition to stay out of trouble than they do a learning experience. They sterotype and outcast some children. Very ignorant teaching staff. Cold and desensetized to the learning experience for children,

Submitted by a parent

October 5, 2009


My son is a freshman student, attending this school. He is very enthusiastic about several of his classes. One in particular is, his Drafting Class. He is captivated by the artistic designs, he's creating. And also, the knowledge he's gaining through his Teachers.

Submitted by a parent

October 5, 2009


Excellent Teachers and Administrative Staff, who are Committed to providing, Top Quality Education for all students. As well as , Empowering our children for future growth and deveopment through daily exposure and interaction in a culturally diversed environment.

Submitted by a parent

October 4, 2009


Great teachers, great traditions.

Submitted by a parent

May 6, 2009


I am a parent. Page High School is a place with very caring teachers and a wonderful administration. Because it is a 'city' high school, the student body is quite diverse. This diversity has it's positives and negatives. My children have thrived there - both through the positives and negatives. If you have a self-motivated, confident, child with interest in accelling academically and/or artistically, and/or athletically, then they will get more out of Page High School than they could ever imagine. If you have a child who is not motivated to excell academically, is more interested in where the party is, or who tends to gravitate towards trouble, then perhaps Page is not the place for him/her. The talented teachers are there. Page has produced Morehead Scholars, Division I, II, and III athletes, Musicians, Artists, etc... If your child wants it, then he/she can be very successful there.

Submitted by a parent

July 7, 2008


I love this school, It has great activities for my student

Submitted by a parent

July 7, 2008


Great School I just signed up and they got great clubs and group to join and there just great all along

Submitted by a student

October 28, 2007


I'm a recent graduate and I feel I escaped just in time. During my years there I witnessed rampant administrative manipulation, often focused more on covering up and concealing dysfunction within the school than preventing or repairing it. As a student journalist I was muzzled and in one instance my athletic eligibility was actually threatened for political reasons. In recent years redistricting efforts have led to the introduction of many students previously districted to Dudley.

Submitted by a student

February 2, 2005


My oldest daughter is a freshman at Page High School. We moved to Greensboro last year after 8 years in Winston-Salem, so adjusting to a new life at a new middle school where she had no friends was difficult at best. The faculty and staff at Page are excellent, from what I have seen, they treat all students and parents equally at Page. As a result my daughter has had a wonderful adjustment to highschool. I especially have to applaude Mr. Parrish, her drama teacher, and Mr. Flynt, her Science teacher who have both nurtured her interest in dramatics and art, without having a negative impact on the rest of her studies. So far I have had nothing but positive experiences with Page...keep up the good work!

Submitted by a parent

May 6, 2004


This school is a very balanced school and provides students with very challenging courses and teaching styles which I can say helps our students prepare for the future. Teaching staff at this school is actually not that bad, it is somewhat shifted to caucasian teachers, but I honestly have no complaints from either side. I feel that it is a very promising school academically and athletically. I would encourage you to send your children to this school having graduated from it myself I can say lots of things have changed but only for the better.

Submitted by a former student

August 22, 2003


When I was a student, this school seemed more focused on its athletes rather than the academics. The majority of the student body was from affluent families making it difficult for others to fit in.

Submitted by a former student

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