Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the most commonly asked questions regarding admission to Page Academy. If you do not find your answer below please contact any of our campuses front offices for further assistance.

What are the steps in the admissions process?
We invite future Page parents to visit our campuses during Open House events to see the campus first hand. During an Open House families will have the opportunity to learn about the history of Page Academy, meet Page directors and teachers, and see why parents choose Page year after year for their child’s education. Parents are invited to complete an application for admission.

Is your school affiliated with a religious organization?
Page Academy is a non-sectarian school and is not affiliated with any church or religion. Page has a student body from a wide-range of ethnicities and religious beliefs.

Where are your campuses located?
Page Academy has three campuses throughout the Orange County and Los Angeles area serving infants through 8th grade.

The Los Angeles Campuses include the Beverly Hills Campus (P - 4TH) located on Robertson Blvd. in Beverly Hills and The Hancock Park Campus (P - 8TH) located in Los Angeles in the historic Hancock Park area.

Page Academy has one campus to serve Orange County families. The Newport Mesa Campus (P - 8TH) is conveniently located off the 405 or the 55 freeway.

What grades do you offer?
Page Academy offers infant & toddler programs - 8th grade instruction across our six campuses. Each campus offers a different range of grade levels.

Beverly Hills: Preschool - 4th Grade
Hancock Park: Preschool - 8th Grade
Newport Mesa: Infant - 8th Grade

Why do parents choose Page Academy?

6. Why did your family choose Page Academy?
Page is an interactive school that takes a proactive approach in my daughter’s education. I signed my daughter up for the option of taking extra-curricular courses, ranging from piano classes, art classes to dance class. One day my 3-year-old came home ranting and raving about a cat she painted in art class. Several months later her cat art piece won a ribbon in an art exhibit. And to make me an even more proud parent, another art piece my daughter painted will be featured in the pageant of the masters this summer 2011. Page Academy and its dedicated teachers are inherently responsible for pushing my daughter’s creative energy in the right direction. Furthermore, my daughter amazed me again last night, when she took a pen and paper and very neatly wrote her entire name, letter for letter. These achievements are direct results of teachers that care about the children they teach and their future. I am an excited and emphatic mother of an exceptional Page student, which is why I look forward to more great moments of my daughter learning at Page Academy.

Christa Walker
Page Academy Parent