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TROY Center now enrolling for 2014-15

March 27, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — 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.
At TROY Center Alternative School, staff understands that students have different needs.
That’s why the flexible environment and alternative curriculum aims to help each person find their own path to success.

Whether a student’s struggles have involved problems with peers, academic problems, or behavioral issues, TROY Center is working to help them find their way to a successful education.

“Our program has been serving youth in this community for over 15 years and, together, our staff brings more than 112 years of teaching and counseling experience to the program,” said Nikki Trier, administrator for TROY.

“We offer individualized learning plans, one-on-one tutoring and mentoring, and a flexible environment that allows for different needs and learning styles. Staff work with students and families to solve problems and overcome obstacles to success.”

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