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Troy District and Curriculum

The Troy School District actively seeks to grow and innovate in the 21st century. This district also places a high value on community and seeks to be an educational resource for everyone, not just school-age students. With a firm commitment to preparing students for college and the workplace, the Troy School District is an excellent place for students to prepare themselves for the future. The Troy School District’s curriculum challenges students at all levels through established grade-level expectations which all students are supported in meeting.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Troy District Curriculum

The Mathematics curriculum in Troy schools is a well-developed program that delivers rich experiences to children. Much of their learning is project based, including a ‘trip’ around the world in fourth grade that gets students using math as they read and navigate on a map. As students move on to middle school, they transition from numeracy skills to algebraic thought and practices.

The English and Language Arts portion places a strong emphasis on writing. Students also use engaging and diverse literature to learn and practice comprehension and analytic skills. Teachers develop literacy skills using a variety of methods, including independent reading, project based learning, and discussion. In addition to the academic curriculum, the district has a set of behavioral expectations for middle and high school students. The focus of this unique set of expectations is on teaching children how to work successfully with their peers.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Troy Educational News

  • Athletic News - The Athens High School basketball team clinched their division title in a closely scored game. This is their first district title in over a decade and has shown a tremendous amount of dedication and hard work by the team members, coaches and families.
  • Entrepreneurial Conference - Troy students won first place in their division at the 2013 Eastern Michigan University Entrepreneurial Conference. They took home $1,000 for their project entitled “KeyFinder” and will be able to compete in future competitions in this field.
  • Creative Minds Organization - The Troy Creative Minds Organization participated in the Destination Imagination Regional Tournament and over half of the teams placed in the top three in their respective categories. This activity provides another option in academic extracurriculars that promote innovative and collaborative thinking.

Troy Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: What Are Academic Competitions?

The popularity of academic competitions is growing. Today, students can participate in several well-known events, including Quiz Bowl, the nationally televised It's Academic, and the Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) which is run by the Junior Engineering Technical Society. During these events, students compete in a variety of ways. Teams can compete in trivia competitions, they can create projects within a given time frame for judging at the event, or they can design and build projects over a number of months that are judged against their peers. Competition is no longer limited to the athletic field and these days there are many opportunities for students to compete scholastically.