Teaching & Learning

Overview

  • The Troy School District offers a rigorous curriculum designed to ensure that all students are college and career ready. Our curriculum meets all national and state standards.
  • Every Troy School District building has met the stringent requirements for North Central Accreditation. We are only one of a handful of districts that hold district-wide accreditation.
  • Strong curriculum standards have led to Troy student achievement levels being among the highest at state and national levels.
  • All of our schools follow the same curriculum at each grade level.

Teaching and Learning Department Staff

Curriculum by Grade Level - Elementary

Curriculum by Grade Level - Secondary

Secondary Math Test-Out

Middle and High School students may waive a mathematics course requirement by testing out of a particular course. The documents below explain the process and contain study guides for each course. Please read the first document (Testing Out Information 2020) thoroughly for the requirements for testing out. 

IMPORTANT: The test out form must be completed on-line through the PowerSchool Parent/Student Portal.  Submissions will be accepted between February 19 - March 20, 2020. 

PLEASE NOTE: Applications will be marked as "approved" after March 20 - no action is required from parents after submitting the form. Confirmation letters will be sent via email by April 2. 

  • Log into PowerSchool at ps.troy.k12.mi.us (web version only)
  • Click the Icon Forms from the Left Menu
  • Open the form Waiving a Math Course through Testing Out

Math Test Date: April 25, 2020 (Saturday) 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Troy High School Gymnasium.

Alternate Math Test Date (for students participating in a school sponsored event on April 25): Tuesday, April 28, 2020 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM Services Building Board Room. 

Middle School Math Summer Honors Academy

At this point in time we are putting summer opportunities on hold. We will let you know more as soon as we can. 

Additional Resources