Students at Page High celebrated FFA Week February 21 by setting up their very own petting zoo complete with donkeys, cows and chickens.
Williamson County high school students have once again broken the district record for the highest number of National Merit Finalists, and two schools have their first ever. [...]
The Page High Army Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) can add a district first to its history books. Page High is home to the first JROTC archery team in Williamson County Schools. The [...]
More than 15 students are adding their names to the growing list of those who earned perfect ACT composites based on results from the September and October testing periods. From Brentwood High, Connor Brons, [...]
Page High School is offering a way to deliver personalized letters from Santa. Page High's Letters from Santa fundraiser lets people create a letter from the North Pole for a loved one. With new [...]
Three Williamson County Schools cheerleaders are earning state accolades by being named to the Tennessee Cheerleading Coaches Association (TCCA) All-State Team. Ravenwood High's Ashton Carteaux and Olivia Lamb and Page High's Erin Holder each [...]
Two WCS students and one graduate are receiving national recognition for excellence in media production. Page High graduate Adam Plager is nominated for Best Writer at the 2019 National Academy of Television Arts and [...]
Students in Page High's Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter are starting the school year off with a strong showing at the Tennessee State Fair. Hunter Davenport and Mitchell Lambert were named second runner [...]
Learn how a voter registration drive is encouraging students at Page High School to register to vote and participate in the electoral process.
Williamson County Schools students have matched the district record of 53 National Merit Semifinalists. The National Merit Corporation announced the semifinalists for 2020 Wednesday, September 11. “Being named a National Merit Semifinalist is an [...]