Troy Area Jr. Sr. High School
Troy, PA 16947
CEEB-ACT Code #394875
Phone (570) 297-2176
Fax (570) 297-5101
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Janilyn Elias
PROFILE CONTENTS TRANSCRIPT CONTENTS
The Community Profile
The School Subjects Completed & in Progress
Grading Scale Test Scores
Pupil Assessment Grades/Class Rank
Class Rank Recommendations
Weighted Grades Return Post Card
Accredited by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and Middle States Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges.
Troy Pennsylvania is located on U.S. Rt. #6 at the intersection with PA Rt. #14 near the west branch of the Susquehanna River in the Northwestern corner of Bradford County. (Northeast Central Pennsylvania).
The northern boundary of the school district is on the New York State line and the western boundary is the Tioga County (PA) line. Troy is located nearly equidistant between Elmira, NY to the north, Towanda, PA to the east, Mansfield, PA to the west and Canton, PA to the south. Troy Area School District encompasses approximately 275 square miles
Troy Junior Senior High School is a renovated facility boasting a plant and equipment conducive to a superior education. The high school has grades 7 through 12 with a total enrollment of approximately 650 students.
Troy Junior Senior High School offers a truly diversified curriculum. Major areas of concentration are academic, business, family and consumer science, agriculture, and industrial arts; with a non-specific general program also available. In addition, Troy Area School is a sponsoring district for the Northern Tier Career Center. This permits our students a wide range of educational opportunities.
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The Troy Area School District is an Equal Opportunity Institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, ancestry, handicap, or disability, limited English proficiency, age, sex, or national origin in it activities, programs or employment, as required by title VI, Title IX and Section 504 of the rehabilitation Act of 1973. For information regarding civil rights, contact the title IX Coordinator, at the Troy Area School District, 310 Elmira St, Troy, PA 16947, (570) 297- 2750. For information regarding services, facilities, and activities accessible to handicapped persons, contact the Guidance Office of the Troy Junior Senior High School, (570) 297- 2176.
GRADING: Troy Junior Senior High School awards Carnegie Units based on a 42 minute year-long course schedule. One credit is awarded for each year-long course, .5 credit is awarded for each semester course, and .25 credit is awarded for each 9-week course taken.
CLASS RANK: Class rank is determined at the end of each year for grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 with an interim ranking at the end of the third marking period in grade 12 to determine certain awards. The final rank at the end of 36 weeks of grade 12 is based upon eight semesters.
WEIGHTED GRADES: Weighted final grades are awarded for the courses listed below.
1.03 (24 available)
Honors English 9, 10, 11, 12
Honors American History III & IV, Honors World Cultures, Honors US Civics & Government
Honors Psychology, Honors Sociology
Honors Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Intro to Statistics
Honors Keystone Biology, Honors Chemistry, Chemistry II, Physics II, Anatomy & Physiology I & II, Genetics, Microbiology
Spanish III & IV
1.05 (5 available)
AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition
AP Calculus, AP Statistics
AP Chemistry, Physics III
STUDENT ASSESSMENT: Subject grades are determined by teacher-made tests, classroom observation, and evaluation of student work.
Junior and Senior students at Troy Junior Senior High School have the opportunity to enroll in the following courses and receive credit at Troy High School and Keystone College, Lackawanna College, Mansfield University, and Pennsylvania College of Technology:
Troy High School
AP English Literature & Composition
College Writing II
Anatomy & Physiology I
Human A & P I
Anatomy & Physiology II
Human A & P II
General Chemistry I & II
Elementary Spanish I
Elementary Spanish II
AP Calculus AB
Troy High School
Mathematical Reasoning & Application
English 12 Honors
General Physics I
Troy High School
Penn College of Technology
Troy High School
Intro to Sociology
Troy students also have the opportunity to partake in the Mansfield University ESP program courses to earn both high school and college credit.
Our available Dual Enrollment courses may vary from year to year.
Approximately 51% of Troy Junior Senior High School graduates in the class of 2022 will further their education at post-secondary institutions, with approximately 44% entering four-year institutions and 7% pursuing two year degrees. Also, approximately 6% of the class of 2022 will be entering the armed services.
Schools and colleges attended by our students in the past four years:
Alfred State College, Alvernia University, Berkley College, Bloomsburg University, Bucknell University, California University of Pennsylvania, Corning Community College, Edinboro University, Elizabethtown College, Elmira Business College, Empire Beauty School, Fairmont State College, George Mason University, Grove City College, Houghton College, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ithaca College, John Jay College, Lackawanna College, Lancaster Bible College, Lebanon Valley College, Liberty University, Lock Haven University, Lycoming College, Mansfield University, Marietta College, Messiah College, Misericordia University, Morrisville State College, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Pennsylvania State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Seton Hill University, Shippensburg University, Slippery Rock University, St. Francis College, Stratford Career Institute, Summit University, Susquehanna University, Temple University, Thaddeus Steven Community College, Thiel College, Tiffin University, Triangle Tech, United States Coast Guard Academy, University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Northwestern Ohio, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, University of Rochester, University of Scranton, West Virginia University, Wilkes University, York College