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Belmont, NC
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215 Ewing Drive
Belmont, NC 28012

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(704) 825-2614
(704) 825-4883
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April 23, 2015
This school is horrible. The flow of traffic is ridiculous. They thee different sections to pick kids up and if try to go around to get to your section, the officer will give you a ticket. The teachers do not care or speak kindly to the children. My child hates her teacher and cries every time I take her to school. When I have had to talk to the principle, she has gotten a bad attitude and has been really disrespectful. We will not be at this school ever again.

- submitted by a parent

September 17, 2014
The teachers are so very nice. And there security is great. The buses are always on time to the school, and very patient with the babies on the bus.

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September 10, 2013
I am also researching home school for my child due to the principal's demeanor at t his school. The teachers are great, but once I called to speak to the principal, and she went directly to my daughter's teacher to find out what the problem was before listening to my concern, which was not a criticism of the teacher at all. She is not a warm person and has never treated me or my daughter with much courtesy or as much as a "Good morning". She also has no children of her own, which should not be a factor since there are many loving adults who do not have children, but it may interfere with her inability to relate to students or parents. The fact that the views of the teachers are always held in much higher regard than the parents attests to this opinion.

- submitted by a parent

September 30, 2012
I am now researching homeschool for my child, who is highly intelligent and well-behaved, because of the comments recently told to me by the principal. A parent should have every right to walk their child in school, park their car, or wait in line. She also called me about an issue with my child, not being understanding with the fact that some children are nervous their first year of school. This is completely normal! The school waits until the last minute for paperwork they need, which interrupts the parents time and students education. On a positive note, her teachers are very sweet and understanding. The nurse is also great! But this "my way, or the highway" attitude from the principal has me rethinking public school. After all, WE ARE THE PARENTS!

- submitted by a parent

August 21, 2011
My child attended K here and is now starting 1st grade. We have a new principal this year and we hope that she will be a great as Mr. Fisher. Last year my child had Ms. Taylor and Ms. Wills they were absolutely amazing. My child is a "special needs" child although not severe enough to not be in a mainstream classroom. This school and all of its staff have been amazing and I would recommend them without any hesitation.

- submitted by a parent

August 04, 2011
I was one of the 1st 6th grader's that went to page , i was in the girl scouts that planted the first trees along the drive way our last yr in Elm school coming from Belmont elm., before going to BJH. I loved my teachers Mrs Fite and Mrs Cobble . those were the good ole days ... student from 1970's , Rev. Joye Harrison Hines

- submitted by a community member

September 08, 2006
My oldest son who is now 13 attended this school for 6 yrs.from 1998-2004 {k-5}.The teachers at Page are absolutely excellent! My son loved going to school everyday.I used to go and eat lunch with him at least once a week and take my younger son and everyone was always so kind. The school is small and inviting. The principal could use some people skills, especially with parents, but overall we were very pleased with the school.

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August 08, 2005
My niece started at this school in Pre K. Her teachers were absolutely great. The princepal takes great pride in his school. The grounds are always clean and neat. I think that because it is a smaller school children get more one on one with the teachers rather then at a larger school. I recommend this school to anyone. -W. Rice

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September 04, 2003
I have a a first grader and a pre k student at page the school is small and the teachers take time with each students. the school is will kept up.

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J B Page Elementary School
215 Ewing Drive, Belmont, NC  28012
(704) 825-2614
Last modified J B Page Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-1
J B Page Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 10 reviews. Top