Real Estate & Homes Near Page High School
Page High School, home of the Page Patriots, is one of the many award winning high schools of the Williamson County Schools system has to offer. It is located at 6281 Arno Road in the historic city of Franklin in Williamson County Tennessee. The extremely dedicated educators, Coaches and support staff of Page High School are led by Principal Dr. Andrea Anthony Assistant Principal Dr. Marge Lofstrom and Assistant Principal Jim Mann and has advanced accreditation. It serves the many residents and students of Franklin, College Grove, Arrington and Thompson Station.
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As with many Williamson County Schools, Page High School offers students a plethora of clubs and extracurricular activities such as ACE, Anime Club, Band, Beta Club, Creative Writing Club, Dance Team, DECA, Drama Club, FCCLA, FCA, FFA and FLA, Glee Club, Hockey Club, JROTC, Mock Trial Club, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and much, much more. Not to mention the fact that they also offer a vast array of athletics programs in which the athletes of Page High School excel greatly and have the championships to prove it. Page High School offers everything from Varsity and JV Football programs, boys and girls freshman and JV Basketball, Varsity and JV Baseball, softball, Girls and Boys Soccer, Volleyball, Girls and Boys Cross Country and Track and Field, Girls and Boys Golf, Tennis and Bowling and Wrestling.
And like all Williamson County Schools, the PTO here at Page High School is quite active and encourages that all parents take an active role in their child’s educational process from start to finish. The faculty and staff of Page High School work hard to facilitate this nourishing and enriched educational environment that is more than perfectly suited for giving your high school aged child the tools they so desperately require for success in life. It is for this reason that many families find themselves relocating to the cities and towns served locally by the quality educators of Page High School when seeking a Metro Nashville address for their new family home.