Troy Public Schools

Purpose • Pride • Performance




    Picture Day - Tuesday, November 8th. 

    No school October 20th, 21st, (PIR days) & 24th (Hunting break)

    Red Cross Blood Drive - Wednesday, October 19th from 12:00-5:00 PM. Call 295-9670 to schedule an appointment

    Varsity Football vs. Three Forks - Saturday, October 22nd from 1:00-4:00 PM @ U of M (Washington Grizzly Stadium)

    Trojans/Knights Weekly Activities Schedule Oct. 17th-22nd

    Class C Community Forum - Tuesday, November 1st 6:00-7:00 PM @ HS Auditorium 


    Red Ribbon Week - October 24th - 28th 

    Book Fair - November 8th - 11th 

    Parent/Teacher Conferences - November 11th (All day)



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About Us
Troy Public Schools is a public K-12 school district located along the banks of the Kootenai River in the rugged mountains of northwest Montana. In our district we educate approximately 400 students in grades K-12.  Students in grades 7-12 attend Troy High School and Junior High.  Students in grades K-6 attend W.F. Morrison Elementary School.
Our Mission
Empowering students to
develop responsibility,
achieve academic excellence
and succeed as lifelong learners. 
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  • Student learning is the chief priority for the district based on high expectations for all.
  • A safe, supportive environment based on positive relationships and mutual respect promotes student learning and self-esteem.
  • Each student should be provided with a variety of instructional approaches that reflect an individual's unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
  • The commitment to continuous improvement is imperative to empower students to be confident, self-directed members of society.
  • The community, parents, school staff, and students share the responsibility for advancing the district's mission.