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ENROLLMENT UPDATE 2022-2023 (AS OF MAY 27, 2022)

All current grade 9, 10 and 11 EPSB students that pre-enrolled and selected J. Percy Page High School on SchoolZone by the April 14 deadline have been accepted for the 2022-2023 school year.

Please note:

J Percy Page School is full in planned classes in Grade 12 in the Regular program. We will now only accept resident students in Grade 12 who have newly moved into the school’s attendance area for the regular program. A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic. Non-resident students can enrol in another Division school with space in planned classes.
 
We are very close to our optimal enrollment limits in Grade 10 and Grade 11, and may have to close off enrollment acceptance at one or more of those grades in the near future. Please check this page for future updates.  

If you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you must register online.

WELCOME!

Principal's Message

At J Percy Page we believe our role is to create an environment of success for every student through building respectful relationships, sharing relevant curricular experiences, modeling academic rigor and inspiring exemplary citizenship. We have set high standards for our students, and history now tells some amazing stories of our success. We are proud of the positive culture and community that has been created over the past few years and the role that our alumni have played in that transformation.  There truly is a Page Advantage!

Your three years of high school will go very fast. I encourage you not to sit back and wait for things to happen but to dive in and participate in the numerous student activities and volunteer opportunities that will be available to you. Parents and guardians, take some time to review the wide range of program choices that we have to offer your child.  We are confident that our exceptional teachers and support staff will reaffirm that choice if you ultimately choose our outstanding learning community.

 

Your future begins at J. Percy Page!

 

Darryl Sutherland Principal


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  • J. Percy Page Debate Team Makes Provincials

    Apr
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    Jakob Nault and Josh James competed in the High School Provincial Debate Championship on March 2, 2019, advancing from their tournament win in the Edmonton Regionals. This was an amazing acheivement for the team in its inaugral year. They were interviewed on March 22 on 630 CHED about their amazing performance. 

  • Newsies a Smashing Success!

    Mar
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    Congratulations to our fabulous theatre team for their production last week of Newsies! Please make sure to check out the cappies reviews in the Edmonton Journal.

  • NEWSIES!

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

    Dec
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    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
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    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.