living history night
Living History Night will be November 24th from 6-8 PM at the Troy Jr./Sr. High School. In order to select pivotal events or recreate significant circumstances in an individual’s life, students must not just locate facts about the person they've researched, but also critically evaluate the people, places, and events to develop a powerful exhibit.The one common thread is the creative context of student projects; the biographical subject is not a flat collection of facts but a living human being interacting with the people and events relevant to their lives.  
 Welcome to the Troy Senior High School website ! At the High School we serve a population of approximately 750 students in grades 7 through 12. We offer a wide variety of educational opportunities in the academic and vocational fields# Our numerous extracurricular activities, clubs and organizations are active in both the school and community.
     With an outstanding staff, a newly renovated facility in conjunction with the technological opportunities provided through the Classrooms for the Future state initiative, we're able to provide a high quality education in a small rural community. 
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  Mrs. Sue Shipman,  Principal of Troy Area High School