2019-2020 school supply lists for all five elementary schools and Troy Middle School are now available. Troy High School students should plan on bringing a notebook and pen to school on the first day.
On July 23, incoming freshmen in the Troy Riverfront Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) visited Plug Power in Latham yesterday as part of the Summer Bridge Program. Plug Power designs and manufactures hydrogen fuel cell systems that replace conventional batteries in electric-powered vehicles and equipment.
Troy Middle School has announced the names of those students earning Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the 4th Quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. Congratulations and keep up the good work next year! Please click the link above for a full list of names.
On Sunday, June 30 at Hudson Valley Community College, Troy High School held its Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2019. We have 303 graduates in the class of 2019. Roughly 81 percent of our graduates are heading on to institutions of higher education. 192 of our graduates have earned a Regents Diploma, while an additional 94 have earned an Advanced Regents Diploma.
On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, School 2 held its 5th Grade Graduation ceremony. Keynote speaker Siena College Assistant Director of Admissions Dale Taylor spoke to students about perseverance and then announced, to the surprise of everyone in the room, that each student will receive a $52,000 scholarship to attend Siena College after high school.
United States Attorney Grant C. Jaquith concluded the 2019 LEADership Project on June 19 at the Thomas O’Brien Academy of Science and Technology in Albany with seven fifth-grade students, including two from Troy CSD, who completed the project this year, and many leaders and representatives of the participating federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. The LEADership Project, an anti-gang initiative, reaches fifth-grade students in the Albany, Schenectady, Troy, and Lansingburgh School Districts.
The annual tradition honoring the American Flag took place at School 14 today, Friday, June 14. Students marched in and sang songs, the band played patriotic tunes and some special guests spoke to students about patriotism.
School 14 continues their tradition of raining funds for the Make-A-Wish Northeast New York Foundation. Students collected donations and spare change to donate a total of $1,634!
The Troy High School Class of 2019 Commencement will be held Sunday, June 30 at 1 p.m. at Hudson Valley Community College McDonough Sports Complex. Please click the link above for additional information for graduates and attendees.