Trion City Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Trion, GA. It has 1,401 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
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Trion City Schools Reviews
My experience as a student attending Trion City Schools has been wonderful. I arrived in 6th grade and they made me feel at home right away. The faculty and students are very respectful and kind to each other which is something I liked about the school. The teachers are very helpful and will help you with just about anything even if it’s not required for them to help you. The lunch ladies will make sure you have the best lunch ever and the school is very clean. However, I would like for them to add more extracurricular activities and be more lenient on the dress code. Overall however, great school and great teachers!
I started at Trion at the end of my 10th grade when my dad took a job there. The staff and students there were very welcoming and treated me like I had lived there my entire life. Trion offers plenty of academic opportunities like BETA Club and the Academic T group plus there are athletic teams and community service groups. I have been able to excel in the classroom with a 4.0 GPA, play two varsity sports, enjoy several clubs, and I have been able to participate in Special Olympics and Community Kitchens. Trion High School is a hidden gem in Northwest Georgia, and I think it is the best school in the state.
Trion City Schools is Pre-k through 12th Grade. It's a single A school , therefore it's small. However, the atmosphere is astounding. Due to being small, you get more one-on-one time with teachers, make close and lasting friendships, and you grow up in a school system that is more than just peers, it's a family.