Page High Academic Information

Page High students observe, question, explain and interpret everyday. We guide students to be active learners who reflect on their growth as they analyze the world.

Upon graduation from Page High School, students will have completed:

  • English Language Arts – 4 credits
  • Mathematics – 4 credits
  • Science – 3 credits
  • Social Studies – 3 credits
  • Wellness – 1 credit
  • Physical Education – 0.5 credit
  • Personal Finance – 0.5 credit
  • World Language – 2 credits
  • Fine Arts – 1 credit
  • Elective Focus – 3 credits
  • Senior Project

AP Courses provide rigor and relevance to students with opportunity to earn college credit. Our pass rate is increased over the past 4 years as well as the number of tests students are taking.

Year – Pass Rate – Number of Tests
2014 – 48.3% – 114
2015 – 50.7% – 153
2016 – 55.8% – 216
2017 – 56.7% – 289
2018 – 58.0% – 331

AP Courses Offered at Page High

Senior Project consists of three components to be completed in the spring semester of the junior year and the fall semester of the senior year. The components are: community service, a presentation, and a portfolio are all required of Page High students to graduate.

The Williamson County Schools Board of Education requires successful completion of a Senior Project for graduation from Page High School. If you have any questions about Senior Project and it’s requirements, please contact a board member.

Students can locate specific information on Google Classroom.

Members of the 2019-2020
Senior Project Board and Contact Information:
Josh Hollandsworth, Chairperson of the Senior Project Board
Dr. Shane Pantall, Executive Principal
Mr. Randy Hatley, Assistant Principal 12th Grade
Ms. Kelly Sailors, Assistant Principal 10th & 11th Grade
Dr. Katie Hill, Assistant Principal 9th Grade
Eric Barnes, Science
Ryan Hilber, Mathematics
Cathy Johnson, Student Support Services
Laurie Mauldin, Mathematics
Anna Montague, English
Lance Olivas,World Language
Ken Stansberry, English
Jackie Stevens, CTE/Marketing
Megan Stitt, Science
Michelle Tripp, Theater