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Welcome to the Tse’Yaato’ High School (TSE) page!
Tse’Yaato High School is fully accredited and a recognized “School of Distinction.” Located in beautiful Page, Arizona, since 2005, the school welcomes diverse student populations. Tse’Yaato’ accepts students throughout Coconino County and offers a supportive, non-traditional, and effective academic environment for students. Tse’Yaato’ provides a flexible education that considers the learning styles and individual needs of students and assures meeting all the Arizona Core Content Standards and high school graduation requirements.
The mission of Tse’Yaato’ High School is to provide students with an opportunity to complete a high school education in an accommodating and non-traditional setting. The vision is to raise graduation rates, to increase the number of graduates who enter post-secondary education or training, to promote students’ marketable skills, and to inspire students to become productive and involved citizens in the community.
All students possess strengths and limitless potential, Tse’Yaato’ facilitates the path for students to discover their strengths and build on them to succeed in academic learning and other life pursuits. Opportunities provided which align with strengthen based education include service-learning projects, character development activities, career and college exploration, community mentoring activities, and on the job training experiences.
Please take the time to explore our website, which provides you with useful and helpful information, as well as many community and school resources for both students and parents.
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 email@example.com
Tse’Yaato’ High School Programs
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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.
Tse Yaato High School Staff
Meet Our Faculty
Rebecca McCormick – Counselor & Social Worker
Rebecca McCormick moved to Northern Arizona in her early childhood and to Page (which she loves) in 2008. Rebecca...
Josh Adams – Teacher
Originally from Massachusetts, Joshua has lived in Page for the last 11 years. He has a Bachelors of Science in Botany...
Ellena Gonzales – Art/Leisure, Employment Skills & Personal Finance Instructor
Ellena is from Albuquerque, New Mexico but has lived in Page for over 35 years. She has a bachelor’s degree in art...
Traci Parker – Tse’ Yaato’ Principal
Traci Parker has been the Principal of Tse’Yaato’ High School since 2012. As a native of Farmington, Missouri, Mrs....
Kori Fitch – English Teacher
Kori Fitch has been the English teacher at Tse’Yaato’ High School since 2021. She earned her bachelor’s degree in...
Marie Tso – Registrar
Marie Tso is a life- long resident of the Page area. Prior to coming on board at Tse’Yaato’ High School, Marie spent...
Richie Suico-Clutter – Plato Coordinator
Mrs. Clutter immigrated to Page, Arizona in 2012 from the Philippines. She graduated from Davao Oriental State College...
Nancy Walker – TAPP Coordinator
Mrs. Walker, a long term Page resident and educator, received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Home Economics from...
Albert Tso – Math Teacher
Mr. Tso is native to Page, AZ, and earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mathematics Education from Northern...
Rebecca Miller – Special Education
A resident of Page since 2008, Ms Miller worked at Page High School for two years before taking over the special...