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Alternative learning program accepting applications

April 7, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY — Registration is open for those students looking to attend TROY Center, an alternative eduction program.

“Not every person learns in the same way. Not every person thrives in the same type of environment. Not every person fits within the typical classroom mold,” said Nikki Trier, the school’s administrator. “At TROY Center Alternative School, we understand that. That’s why our flexible environment and alternative curriculum aim to help each person find their own path to success.”

What started as an after-school program back in 1977, grew to an accredited alternative learning facility in 2012.

The program has been serving youth in the community for decades and, together, TROY’s staff brings more than 112 years of teaching and counseling experience to the program.

Trier said regardless of whether a student’s struggles have involved problems with peers, academic problems, or behavioral issues, the program can help you find a way a suitable educational path.

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