Quality of Life
The Page County Public Schools makes it their mission to maximize every student's potential.
technology into the daily instruction of their students. The division shares with the Virginia Department
of Education in establishing a plan of action to ensure accountability, support, professional development
and curriculum that embraces the desire to provide our students with the necessary skills to face
challenges of the 21st century.
The 2016-2018 Technology Goals & Objectives include:
- Provide a safe, flexible, and effective learning environment for all students.
- Engage students in meaningful curricular content through the purposeful and effective use of
- Afford students with opportunities to apply technology effectively to gain knowledge, develop skills, and create and distribute artifacts that reflect their understandings.
- Provide students with access to authentic and appropriate tools to gain knowledge, develop
skills, extend capabilities, and create and disseminate artifacts that demonstrate their understandings.
- Use technology to support a culture of data-driven decision making that relies upon data to
evaluate and improve teaching and learning.
When you are thinking of moving and starting a new business or relocating to an unfamiliar area, it is natural to have concerns over the quality of health care available for your employees, your family members, and yourself.
Page County offers its own experienced physicians and hospitals, and you are never far from world-class specialists in the nearby cities of Charlottesville (UVA Medical School), Winchester (Medical Center) and Washington DC.
Valley Health Page Memorial Hospital (PMH) is a 25-bed, licensed Critical Access Hospital committed to providing residents and visitors alike with exceptional care, in a state-of-the-art facility. The new, three-story, $37 million PMH opened in May 2014. With a staff of more than 200, PMH is one of the largest employers in Page County.
PMH operates Luray Page Health Care Associates in Luray, Stanley Page Rural Health Care in Stanley, and the Page-Shenandoah Center in Shenandoah, Page County. PMH Therapy and Fitness Center offer Aquatic Therapy and member services, also in Luray.
Valley Health System
The Valley Health system, which includes the Winchester Medical Center, is a not-for-profit organization serving the health care needs of people in and around an area known as the Top of Virginia, as well as parts of West Virginia and Maryland. There are several doctors and nurse-practitioners in Page County. Valley Health conducts a Multi-Specialty Clinic in Luray to enable specialists from within the system to come weekly and see patients in Luray.
Page County believes that organized activities promote not only athletic skill and cultural inspiration, but also help in social and ethical development as well.
The County Recreation Department offers youth soccer & basketball, a Family Walking Program, and various other activities throughout the year.
To learn more, contact:
Recreation Programs Coordinator
Enjoy our Parks!Page County is nestled in between the Shenandoah National Park and the George Washington National Forest where opportunities for recreation and outdoor adventure abound. Page County itself owns no parks or facilities but works in coordination with the public schools and individual town parks. Some notable town parks are Lake Arrowhead in Luray, the Luray-Hawksbill Greenway, Stanley's state-of-the art Skate Park, Hawksbill Recreation Park in Stanley, Big Gem Park in Shenandoah, Shenandoah River Park to name just a few.
Virginia Economic Development Community Profile:
The Page County Community Profile is provided by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership and provides extensive data on the area’s labor market, education, transportation assets, utilities and more.
The Virginia Labor Market Information is updated frequently and publishes the most up to date statistics on Page County.
Page Quick Facts:
The United States Census Bureau provides QuickFacts for Page County.