Welcome to Page Middle School
In 1981, Page Middle opened its doors for the first time, donning a name steeped in local Williamson County school history. Fred J. Page, a former Superintendent of Schools, began his career in 1899 and served in that position for forty-two years.
The Page Middle community has seen extensive growth in population over the past several years. Page Middle’s enrollment figures correspondingly rise with the influx of new county residents. As the Page community expands and the needs of the student body increase, the campus has been slowly evolving the past three years to significantly increase space in hallways, classrooms, and parking.
The cooperative work between parents, staff, administrators, and the student body has allowed the Page community to remain supportive and caring in the midst of growth. The latest renovations are scheduled to be completed in the Summer of 2021.
Page Middle Campus Upgrade 2021
Thank you for your patience as our campus continues to improve! After recently adding a new building on the north side of our campus, construction work on the west side began immediately and should be complete in late July 2021. We are very proud of our new auditorium, classroom additions, and expansive parking areas! Please follow traffic patterns and arrive on campus anticipating heavy traffic on school mornings.
There will be a new traffic pattern for car rider drop off and pick up. More information will be shared directly from Dr. Lifsey closer to the start of the new 2021-2022 school year. Our main front office will also be a the newest part of our school campus buildings. Their relocation on campus will take place before the start of the new school year.