Athens vs. Troy

Troy High’s Ally Smolinski deflects a free kick with her head during the 1st half of the Athens-Troy varsity soccer game Thursday night. … Read More →

Troy vs. Athens

As the late evening sun leaves the players in shadows, Troy High’s Morgan MacDonald takes control of the ball after a faceoff … Read More →

Mr. Troy High

The Mr. Troy High contestants, in all manner of dress, hang out backstage before Thursday night’s event. (photo by Rodney Curtis/School Life … Read More →

Bubbles For Autism

“It was really fun blowing bubbles for everybody who is autistic,” said 4th-grader Katie Wilson, left. (photo by Rodney Curtis/SchoolLifeTroy.com) Celebrating Hats … Read More →

Bye-Bye, Butterflies

Morse Elementary students have different reactions to a Painted Lady butterfly they raised then released on Wednesday. (photo by Rodney Curtis/School Life … Read More →

Outstanding Seniors

The Troy School District is fortunate to have thousands of amazing students. As the class of 2017 graduates, School Life Troy highlights … Read More →

After 39 Years

Momentarily sitting down, band and orchestra teacher Renee Fidler exchanges violin for piano during another marathon day of teaching in her 39th … Read More →

Signs of Spring

“I’m gonna miss him,” said little sister Emma Stark about her big brother Joey, who’s headed off to play football at Hope … Read More →

The First Face You See

Morse Elementary secretary Mary Curl joins kindergartners as they take a Brain Break and move around between lessons. (photo by Rodney Curtis/School … Read More →

Ethnic Flair

Athens seniors Christina Bouey and Ellory Thill show off their bindis in the late evening light at the school’s Ethnic Fair. (photo … Read More →

“Senior” Prom

James Savage dances first with Troy High junior Gracie Malotke and then with his wife Betty. “I taught him to dance,” Betty … Read More →

Making Connections

A group of adult ESL students get job applications from Maureen Finnigan, who owns the Troy Tim Hortons restaurants. Several employers were on … Read More →