The Trilogy School Philosophy

  • Teachers partner with parents to set goals.
  • The student competes only with him or herself, not with classmates.
  • No student leaves with a wrong answer; work should be corrected in class.
  • Homework is given only on material covered in class.
  • Students need to be assessed in each area and progress from where they place.
  • Evaluations are based on skill master, are mostly narrative in nature, and parents are given feedback frequently.
  • All students are spoken to in a kind, respectful manner.
  • Discipline is used as an opportunity to teach compensatory strategies and as a way to help students shape their behavior.
  • Interventions are implemented frequently and are based on students' needs..
  • Social skills and emotional intelligence are vital components in students' learning in any successful school environment.
Field Day
Election Day at School