Tse Yaato High School

Hello and welcome to Tse’Yaato’ High School!


Ponderosa and Tse’ Yaato’ High Schools will provide areas for students to do online work and or seek academic support. The buildings will be open during regular school hours (8:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.). Support persons will be available for assistance. Students will be expected to maintain regular attendance through daily virtual participation and or other distance learning assignments.

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Distance Learning Options

Click the link below for distanced learning options at Tse’ Yaato’ High School this fall.

Tse’ Yaato’ Distance Learning Chart

Tse’ Yaato’ High School, located in beautiful Page, Arizona, is a fully accredited high school that has been working with diverse student populations since 2005. Tse’Yaato accepts students throughout Coconino County and offers a supportive, non-traditional, effective learning environment for students by providing a flexible education that takes into consideration the learning styles and individual needs of our students. Although flexible in our approach, the academic setting and curriculum of Tse’Yaato’ addresses all of the Arizona Core Content Standards as well as individual high school graduation requirements.

The mission of Tse’Yaato’ High School is to provide all students with an opportunity to complete their high school education in an accommodating and non-traditional setting. Our vision is to increase graduation rates, increase the number of graduates who enter post secondary education or training, increase students’ employability skills, and have our students become productive and involved citizens in our community.

Tse’Yaato’ High School also believes that all students have strengths and limitless potential. As a school, we help students discover their strengths and how to capitalize on them while also learning strategies to overcome weaknesses to become successful in whatever they choose to pursue in life. Service learning projects, character development activities, career and college exploration, community mentoring activities, and on the job training experiences are just a few of the educational activities provided by Tse’Yaato’ High School which support that belief.

Also available at Tse’Yaato’ High School is our Teen-age parent program. TAPP is a separate alternative education program for pregnant and parenting teens (moms & dads) who want to continue their education, while remaining close to their babies. In the program, students may bring their baby with them to school and continue working on the needed credits for a high school diploma by participating in Independent study and online tutorial courses (Plato). Students may also earn credits by completing child development and parenting classes.

We look forward to getting to know you and your student this year. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your student’s educational program, please contact us at (928) 645-6825 or at our e-mail at informationTSE@ccrasd.org.


TAPP (Teen-Age Parent Program)

TAPP, located inside Tse’ Yaato’ High School is a separate alternative education program for pregnant and parenting teens who want to continue their education while remaining close to their babies. Students may bring their babies to school and, at the same time, work on credits necessary for graduation.
2013 - 2014 Tse Yaato High School Calendar (PDF, 1.2mb)
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Traci Parker – Principal

Traci Parker has been Principal of Tse’Yaato’ High School since July 1, 2012. As a native of Farmington, Missouri, Mrs. Parker moved to Arizona in the summer of 2003. Mrs. Parker received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Central Methodist University of Missouri in 1997, a Master’s of Science in Education from Southwest Baptist University of Missouri in 1998, and a Master’s of Science in Educational Leadership from Doane University of Nebraska in 2007.

Mrs. Parker is a veteran educator with a career of over 16 years in the classroom before switching to administration. Mrs. Parker began her career as a special education inclusion paraprofessional while in college and then taught middle school mathematics for seven years in Missouri. After, moving to Page, Arizona in 2003, Mrs. Parker spent the next nine years teaching high school mathematics before stepping in as the principal of Tse’Yaato’ High School. Mrs. Parker enjoys her work in education as well as reading, riding all terrain vehicles, building things, and traveling.

Dana Bennett – Registrar

Mrs. Dana Bennett is native to Page, AZ, and attended college in Des Moines, Iowa.  Mrs. Bennett has over 10 years of experience in school settings where she has served as both an administrative assistant and classroom paraprofessional.  Prior to working in education, Mrs. Bennett worked for the City of Page for 15 years.   In Mrs. Bennett's spare time she enjoys crafts, hunting, camping, riding atvs and spending time with her family.

Rebecca Miller – Special Education/English Teacher

A resident of Page since 2008, Ms Miller worked at Page High School for two years before taking over the special education position at Tse’Yaato’ High School. This year marks her tenth year with the Coconino School District. Ms Miller graduated from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine with a degree in Speech/Theatre in 1974 and has been an educator since that time. Recently, she added special education to her Arizona certification. In her spare time she reads, works in her garden and corrects papers.

Albert Tso-Teacher

Mr. Tso is native to Page, AZ, and earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mathematics Education from Northern Arizona University in 1985 and his Master’s of Arts in Teaching of Mathematics in 1991 (NAU).  Mr. Tso first taught high school mathematics for Tuba City from 1985 to 1996.  Then, he moved on to Page High School where Mr. Tso taught for nearly 20 years.  Mr. Tso’s contributions to our community and students are numerous and we are beyond excited to have him available to Tse’Yaato’ High School students for years to come.  In Mr. Tso’s spare time, he enjoys activities with his family and riding his motorcycle.

Mark Openshaw – Social Studies Teacher

Mr. Openshaw is from the Phoenix area and received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in History from Northern Arizona University in 2008.  He is certified in Secondary History, Political Science, American Government, and Economics.  Mr. Openshaw also enjoys sports and mentoring young athletes.  In addition to teaching at Tse’Yaato’ High School, Mr. Openshaw is an assistant football coach for Page High School where he shares his love for the sport.  Before pursuing a career in education, Mr. Openshaw exhibited his natural leadership skills as a branch manager for Enterprise Rent-A-Car.  He was also an Eagle Scout.


Nancy Walker – TAPP Coordinator

Mrs. Walker, a long term Page resident and educator, received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Home Economics from Northern Arizona State University in 1981 and a Master’s of Arts degree in Teaching from Grand Canyon University in 2002.  Mrs. Walker previously served as the CTE director (15 yrs) in the Page Unified School district.  Prior to that, she taught various CTE courses for Page High School; such as, Business, Hospitality, Culinary Arts, and Clothing for a number of years.  Mrs. Walker also loves babies!  In the TAPP coordinator position, Mrs. Walker will assist new parents to be able to complete their high school education and learn critical parenting and child development skills while having the infants close by in the classroom.  In her spare time, she enjoys visiting with her children and grandchildren.

Richie Suico-Clutter

Mrs. Clutter immigrated to Page, Arizona in 2012 from the Philippines. She graduated from Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Technology. Mrs. Clutter also attended a year of graduate school in Food Science at the University of the Philippines-Mindanao while working as a university research and graduate assistant. Prior to coordinating the Plato lab, she gained experience in the American education system by substitute teaching. Mrs. Clutter loves playing the piano, ping pong, and badminton. She also has a passion for traveling.