Bee Buddies


Brett, one of Trilogy’s Bee Buddies from Cary Academy, volunteered in Suzanne Williams’ Social Studies class today. They had a great time playing Social Studies bingo.


Trilogy’s Fall Picnic is Fast Approaching…Won’t You Join Us?

Please join us for Trilogy’s Fall Picnic and Silent Auction

Sunday, October 26th

4pm to 7pm

The Old Milburnie Fishing Club

1308 Old Milburnie Road, Raleigh

Fun will include: Fishing, Row Boats, Raffles, and Silent Auction

Lots of great conversations with our Trilogy Family

4pm to 6pm
Silent Auction will be open for bidding

6pm- Dinner will be served.
We will have hamburgers, hotdogs, baked beans, coleslaw, chips,
tea and lemonade with banana pudding and cookies for dessert!

Please bring your fishing poles and life jackets (some will be provided) for the row boats.
Don’t forget a checkbook or cash if you’d like to participate in the raffle and silent auction.

Tickets are $10 per person; children ages 3-6 are $6 and children 2 and under are free.

All funds raised will go towards TAP sponsored programs to benefit The Trilogy School.


A “Novel” Opinion

After turning the last page of the griping story The Giver, the middle school students were able to finally see their favorite novel portrayed on the big screen. Mrs. Seigler and Mrs. Brook’s classes traveled to the local movie theater to see if the movie matched the excitement of the novel.  After watching the film, the students were challenged to write a review for their fellow classmates. The verdicts will be in this week and on display outside Mrs. Ashby’s room, so come by and see if  The Giver is worth the money!

A New Year, A New Beginning

Welcome Letter from the Directors

      Welcome to our 16th year at Trilogy! We hope you have had a restful summer and are looking forward to another great year.  We are excited about the group of students coming to Trilogy this year.  Our overriding focus is to give our students our best selves and expertise in a school of excellence.

      Our theme for the year is Linking Learning to Life-Achieving Independence through Structure and Flexibility. Trilogy prepares its students with a balanced approach that includes attention to the development of appropriate academic skill building, appropriate social skills, leadership, citizenship, and effective collaborative problem-solving. We will enhance our program this year with new ideas, continue our visibility in the community, expand our mission and foster independence within the student body by providing a structured environment that maintains the flexibility necessary for students to be successful.

      Parents, teachers, and students- we are grateful for your devotion and thank you for your full commitment to our vision and mission and look forward to another great year at Trilogy.