The elementary curriculum emphasizes academic, social, and communication skills and is designed to allow students to progress at a developmentally appropriate pace. Each elementary school has a media center staffed with a full-time media specialist, a counselor, and music and physical education classes taught by certified instructors.
Troy School District ranks #2 of 580 Best School District in Michigan with 12 elementary schools, grades kindergarten through fifth.
Troy School District has four middle schools, grades six through eight.
Our middle schools provide a challenging and caring school climate that seeks to develop strong academic foundations, discover special interests, and provide activities for personal and social growth.
Troy's middle school curriculum bridges the gap between elementary and high school focusing on basic skills, decision-making, critical thinking and exploration of elective subjects. It allows students to learn to organize their world and make progress toward personal independence. Recent bond initiatives will add a new Smith Middle School and upgrades at the other three middle school campuses enhancing school climate while complementing student population growth.
Each day approximately the students attending Athens, Troy High, TCCHS and IA-East High Schools participate in quality academic and extracurricular activities while experiencing a strong tradition of learning excellence. It is a tradition strengthened through strong collaboration among faculty, parents and students.
In addition to core curriculum courses, a wide variety of offerings include: AP courses, electives and career/technology programs. The curriculum is aligned to college entrance exams and requirements.
Positive and productive patron support has resulted in excellent learning facilities which house outstanding curriculum offerings that encourage academic achievement necessary for the future. Recent bond initiatives will add an addition to Athens and Troy High School buildings with upgrades to many other school buildings, as well.