We are a firm with a proud heritage that has benefited through the years from entrepreneurial skills and proven success in cultivating new generations of leadership. They represent the ability of a venerable old firm to remake itself periodically into a fresh new entity, and they illustrate the success Page has had in transitioning leadership over its 100-plus year history.
|Houston ISD—High School for Law & Justice
Replacement of a specialized high school for careers in law and criminal justice, transforming a derelict urban area. The new school includes classrooms, labs, fine arts, gym, dining/performance commons, black box theater/classroom, administration, library, courtroom, 9-1-1 call center, forensic lab, and JROTC classroom. Site amenities include track, soccer field, outdoor dining, JROTC training, parking, drop-off. School spirit is fostered through collaboration areas and a central commons.
|Houston ISD—North Forest High School
In 2013, a large district assumed responsibility for a former school district. The State provided funding for a new high school for 1,300 students, across the street from the existing school. In a historically disadvantaged community, the project creates a secure learning environment in which students are motivated through thematic learning in four small learning communities. The campus fosters pride in school tradition through a gymnasium, central commons, and athletic practice fields.
|Magnolia Montessori for All
Located in the historically disadvantaged, underserved community, the school serves as the first public Montessori school in Austin, TX. In place of the traditional single building, the design team conceived a village with intimately-scaled classroom buildings for its 500 infant-6th grade students. Each building cluster encircles a central courtyard where students from its respective learning community, while a common walkway—or village ‘main street’—that navigates over 30 feet of grade change.