Trillium Academy was founded in 2002 by Mr. Ron Palmer as a kindergarten through sixth grade program. The school grade level span increased by one grade level each school year. In September of 2008, Trillium Academy began offering grade levels kindergarten through twelfth grades.
The vision of Trillium is to provide a school environment that focuses on the Fine and Performing Arts Career Pathway while utilizing the Montessori philosophy. You will find these components embedded in our mission statement. For more information about our program see our program guide.
We, at Trillium Academy, are dedicated to enriching the mind, body, and spirit of every child with principles of excellence and self-worth. Our vision is that our students will leave Trillium Academy as:
Through the collaboration of school, home and community, every Trillium graduate will be well prepared for the demands of the 21st Century.
Cultivating life long learners to be successful members of a competitive society by embracing academic excellence, strong character values, disciplined artistry, and individual student passions.
We believe that learning is a life-long process. We believe that high expectations promote high student achievement and that a commitment to academic excellence will enable our students to be productive members of a competitive society. We believe that parents, students, teachers, and the community share the responsibility for the support of the school's mission. We believe that all students must learn to become self-directed, independent thinkers. We believe that a focus on strong character values, disciplined artistry, and individual student passions, will contribute to an environment conducive to learning.
"We'll provide the magic, all we need is you!"
Trillium Academy requests the assistance and commitment of the families of our students to instill character education qualities of respect, responsibility, and resourcefulness.
Trillium Academy is dedicated to developing students who possess the character necessary to become productive members of society. A solid foundation of character is essential in this process. For a full picture of the character traits taught each month at Trillium as well as parent resources, please visit tacharactered.weebly.com.