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.
Who We Are
Page Middle School is a community of learners working together for a common goal: to encourage and facilitate the growth of students as they pursue their own academic goals while keeping the whole child in mind.
It is located in the Unincorporated Community of Rudderville. Page Middle School is a three year public middle school in Franklin, Tennessee. Enrollment is about 1,200 students in grades sixth through eighth. Since the fall of 1981, Page Middle School has maintained the tradition of outstanding Academic, Art, and Athletic programs and continues to be nationally ranked.
At Page Middle School, our mission is to create a safe and caring learning environment where all students will achieve high levels of academic and personal success.
At Page Middle School we embrace continuous innovation as a core value of our school. The Page Middle Community, including the administration, staff, parents, and students, works together to ensure students’ academic success.
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
Our student body participates in schoolwide incentives for being prompt (timely), prepared (materials available and charged when needed), and polite. Students receive digital tickets that can accrue and be spent to purchase real prizes in what we call "Little Panther Dens" and "Big Panther Dens." We provide a range of items that can be purchased with digital tickets. Additionally, students can participate in raffles for opportunities during the school day for fun and recreation.
A typical daily schedule is displayed. The daily schedule may vary slightly with each new school year or to accommodate school-wide events.
There are days, especially the last week of each quarter, when the hourly schedule may look slightly different. Please see the following note from our front office staff concerning early dismissals.
Dismissals During Focus Period, 9:35 a.m. -10:20 a.m., is a time for students to attend classes with teachers to whom they may not be assigned for a regular class. If you are planning on signing your child out during this period, please leave extra time for the front office staff to determine which class your child has chosen for the Focus period.
Additional Note: No early dismissals after 2:00 pm due to bus and car rider traffic congestion and close of school day procedures.
Late Start Days, previously known as Power Mondays, result in a 45 minute late start for one day per week (a few weeks will be excluded because of vacation periods) for approximately 24 weeks during the school year. All district middle and high schools will be required to add seven extra minutes each day to implement the late start schedule. During this time, faculty and staff participate in Professional Learning, sharing expertise and working together to improve teaching skills and the academic performance of students.