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  • NEWSIES!

    Mar
    05
    05
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    Come see J. Percy Page's Musical Theatre production of Disney's Newsies! In the New York City of the late 1800s, the newspaper boys known as "newsies" make their hardscrabble living hawking newspapers on the streets of the five boroughs. When Joseph Pulitzer, owner of the newspaper The World, decides to up the price of papers for the newsies by ten cents per hundred, the newsies, led by the irascible Jack Kelly and his motley gang of rag-tag ragamuffins, go on strike! Full of humour, spectacular singing and dancing, and featuring tech and choreo designed by students, J. Percy Page's rendition of this modern classic is one you don't want to miss.
     
    Newsies runs on March 14 at 7:00, March 15 at 7:00, and March 16 at 1:00 and 7:00 at J. Percy Page High School (2707 Mill Woods Rd. NW). Tickets are on sale NOW in the J. Percy Page office - $15 in advance, $10 for students, and children 12 and under get in free! Get your tickets soon - they're going quickly!
  • REGISTRATION FOR 2019-2020

    Feb
    20
    20

    REGISTRATION FOR 2019-20

    ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST BE COMPLETED BY APRIL 15, 2019 

    Page staff will be visiting the following schools during April to complete pre-enrolment: Dan Knott, Edith Rogers, Michael Strembitsky, Jan Reimer & Ellerslie Campus.  Students attending these schools must have their parents log into SchoolZone and select J. Percy Page using the NEXT YEAR tab.  Parents can pre-enrol their child starting on March 11th.  Students will make course selections at their Junior High when Page staff visit and assist during April.  Students will work with the staff at their current school to start program planning and will receive a copy of Page's program guide book from their current school.

     All other students must pre-enrol at J. Percy Page in person on of the following dates:

    April 11th starting from 3:30 to 5:30 pm

    OR please call our office to make an appointment from 9:00 to 3:00 pm

    EPSB students attending a school not listed above must:

    1. Pre-enrol in SchoolZone

    2. Bring their EPSB student ID number (school ID card)

    Students not registered in an Edmonton Public School must bring copies of their March/April report card, birth certificate or passport and proof of residential address.

  • Page Music Students Win the CBC Music Class Challenge for High School Vocals

    Dec
    18
    18

    Congratulations to the music class for winning the CBC Music Class Challenge for High School Vocals. The prize includes $5000 in new music gear for the program and a framed gold record!! Overall in the competition there were over 15,000 music students and over 1000 submissions. One of the judges, Odario Williams, the  lead singer of Grand Analog and host of CBC Music's After Dark commented "This particular class captures the essence of the song. It sends chills down my spine. The vocal deliveries and harmonies are well executed, and the overall feel of the song is hauntingly good. I admire the use of melodica as well! Congratulations!" Listen to their interview on CBC's q.

  • Page Music Students Compete in the Canadian Music Class Challenge

    Nov
    23
    23

    Every fall season, CBC Music and MusiCounts — the charity of the Juno Awards — launch this contest to engage music classes across the country. The goals are threefold: first, kids to learn Canadian music in the classroom; second, to draw attention to the exceptional work of music teachers in this country; and finally, to reinforce the importance of music in a well-rounded education.

    This year, Mr. Feniak and the Creative Music class have taken up the challenge and are submitting an entry in this year's contest. They recently shot a music video for their cover song and will be submitting this entry for a chance to win $5000 in new music equipment, a winning plaque, and most importantly -- great national exposure!! Enjoy the video.

     

  • Orange Shirt Day and Flag Ceremony at Page

    Oct
    01
    01

    On Friday, September 28, 2018, J. Percy Page commemorated Orange Shirt Day and the hanging of the Métis and Treaty 6 Flags with our trustee, Sherry Adams, our MLA Christina Grey, Elder Evelyn Day and Clarice Anderson.