Founded in 1831, Page County is located in the northwest corner of Virginia and is home to over 23,000 people. Situated between the Blue Ridge and the Massanutten Mountains, Page includes the towns of Luray, Shenandoah, and Stanley as well as 18 unincorporated communities. The area is well known for its beautiful scenery and small-town charm just a day’s drive from bustling cities such as Washington D.C.
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Page County Public Schools District has 4 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 2 high schools and serves over 3,000 students. Students also have access to Page County Technical Center for alternative learning opportunities.
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