Paige received a rock solid foundation in learning and faith from Holy Rosary School (now Holy Family Academy) and used that foundation as a springboard for her further education. She was involved in student government, track, drama, chorus, and band and took many Advanced Placement courses at Gardner High School, graduating third in her class. Before beginning her education at Clark University, she participated in a pre-orientation program volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Mississippi repairing damage from Hurricane Katrina. At Clark she was involved in chorus, band and was a member of the rowing team. She recently graduated magna cum laude a semester early with two majors—psychology and sociology. She is currently working full time as a counselor at Alternatives, serving the needs of individuals with psychiatric and developmental disabilities. She is also taking classes at Quinsigamond Community College to complete the prerequisites necessary to pursue a nurse practitioner degree starting next year. Ultimately, she hopes to have a career assisting the elderly with their mental health needs.