Page Academy

a private Middle school Southern California

Founded in 1908, Page Academy consistently ranks among the state of California’s best private schools, offering a robust academic program with small class sizes, a joyful and diverse community, and a commitment to strong character values in a family-like environment.

Learning at Page Academy is an adventure. Our dynamic curriculum encourages children at each stage of their educational, emotional, and social development to discover their own innate talents and interests. Nothing a student does here is considered extracurricular: lessons learned in the STEM lab or English classroom are as vital as lessons learned on the playing field, in the art studio, or in the library.

Above all, we offer a nurturing learning environment that develops life-long learners who are engaged, knowledgeable, self-reflective, and self-directed. Schedule a private tour of our campus to experience the difference for yourself. 

Page Academy | Los Angeles Private School | K-8, Infant & Toddler Programs



Middle School is a time of intellectual, emotional, social, and physical transformation. We attend to every aspect of the journey into and through the early teen years sharpening remarkably adept and mature young learners and people. Our Middle School curriculum immerses your child in hands-on exploration, sophisticated research, and active presentation. Your child steps forth from Middle School genuinely excited by their own wondrous possibilities. Having achieved more than they may have thought possible, they begin defining their own educational goals and making them happen. To ensure students can navigate the changes they’re experiencing, we weave social-emotional learning throughout the curriculum. Self-aware and empathetic, your child strives to grow from success and failure alike. Knowing who they are and what they can do, they take on leadership roles in the classroom, campus live, and the wider community.


At Page Academy, we respect, celebrate, and encourage every child as a one-of-a-kind individual. That’s why our program is designed to ensure your child not only succeeds in school, college, and career, but also flourishes as a unique, resilient, and happy human being. By cultivating your child’s particular passions and talents, we give them the tools to reach higher in all their endeavors.


Our challenging, developmentally calibrated curriculum ensures mastery in fundamental subject areas, while collaborative projects and individual attention spark your child’s enthusiasm and curiosity. Discovering more about the world and their own capabilities, your child builds confidence in themselves and their classmates. They ask big questions, seek meaningful solutions, and embrace opportunities to learn and do more.



We uphold character values as a vital element of every child’s education. When character development is a natural and indispensable part of your child’s early learning, they grow as insightful leaders and effective problem solvers. Equally important, they emerge with a strong moral compass that guides them all their lives. At Page, our character values are Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Athletics, Service, and Spirit. 



We know how important personalized attention is to student learning. At Page, small class sizes ensure that your child receives individual, one-on-one attention in a well-managed classroom. Our spacious classrooms maintain low student-to-teacher ratios and ensure plenty of flexible space to learn and engage.


We encourage active parent engagement in student learning, because we know it makes a difference. Our teachers pride themselves on the consistent and thoughtful communication they have with the parents in their classrooms. Our teachers communicate individually with each family both face-to-face, and virtually via email or LMS.


At Page, we believe you can’t achieve excellence without diversity. We strive to create an inclusive school community that reflects the diversity of our world, while celebrating the individuality of each child. Our students see themselves as successful learners and responsible citizens, each with unique gifts to offer the world.


To best prepare our students for the 21st century, Page utilizes the latest in cutting-edge instructional technology; including interactive SMARTBoards in every classroom, a 1:1 tablet ratio for students, and opportunities to use 3D printers, design software and other tools that help develop skills for the future.

Don't take our word for it. Take theirs.

My daughter has just started school at Page. I am not only impressed with schools cleanliness, academics, teachers and staff, and the principal. I love it! My daughter LOVES it and we are looking forward to a phenomenal academic progression for years to come.

3rd Grade Parent

This is the best school in LA. My daughter has grown so much and is improving in every aspect of life. If you are able to give your kids a head start in life send them to Page. The teachers and staff are caring and pleasant. This is by far the best investment in my child's future.

5th Grade parent

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We are very happy with our son attending Page. The staff does a great job communicating with us and we know our son is in great hands. We would recommend Page to other parents.

1st Grade Parent

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Page Academy promotes a positive learning environment and personalized approach that sets the stage for extraordinary learning experiences. This nurturing environment develops life-long learners who are engaged, knowledgeable, self-reflective, and self-directed.

Los Angeles Campus
565 N. Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90004

Costa Mesa Campus
657 Victoria Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Costa Mesa Campus
657 Victoria Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Los Angeles Campus
565 N. Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90004

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A 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit private school

Page Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.