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  4. College Prep
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Troy Christian School is a highly rated, private, Christian school located in Troy, OH. It has 361 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. Tuition is $8,436 for the highest grade offered. After graduation, 91% of students from this school go on to attend a 4-year college.
Address
700 S Dorset Rd
Troy, OH 45373
Telephone
(937) 339-5692

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$8,436
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  • Chapel
    80%
  • Musical
    20%

Students

Diversity
B-
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Students
361
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Student-Teacher Ratio
13:1
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17:1
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Overall Niche Grade
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  1. Cost of Living
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  2. Good for Families
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  3. Housing
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Median Household Income
$49,618
National
$55,322
Median Rent
$770
National
$949
Median Home Value
$125,900
National
$184,700
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TCHS is academically challenging, but 9th and 10th graders are given too much homework. 3-4 hours/night. But the curriculum is well-designed for college prep.
Emotionally, TC deserves top marks. Stories of bullying are rare, teachers go out of their way to support students who are struggling, and no one feels like "just a number".
However, teens who are questioning their faith, sexuality, or gender, can really feel isolated. The conservative Christian atmosphere is expected but can be a challenge for Christians who understand that life isn't as black and white as some people like to think. Teachers are supportive of those questioning things, but they make it known that they expect the student to get back on the Christian track.
Another con is the lack of anything for vegetarians to buy for lunch. I assume this is the case for those with other dietary issues. Lunch is standard, unhealthy.
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My experience at Troy Christian has been one of both personal and spiritual growth. I have been attending here since freshman year and have grown through areas because of teachers, friends, and chapels. Throughout my four years at TC, I have been taught by many teachers who have pushed me to do perform my best and push through when I get bogged down. Because of this, they have taught me perseverance and that my effort will pay off in the end. Also, my teachers have taught me to do all things for God's glory, because that is what matters the most. My friends have also played a huge role in my life by teaching me how to be humble and serve others. Finally, the chapels have greatly impacted me spiritually. Through our chapels, I have learned the importance of my faith in God and that without Him, my life will fall empty and I will never be content. So in the end, Troy Christian has impacted me in a longlasting way which has shaped my life personally and spiritually.
Much better than a public school. Great opportunities, especially in preparing for college. Superb STEM program. Has robotics and CAD. Both are excellent. Administration kinda sucks. Super uptight and strict about pointless things. If you have a failing grade at any point, you get stuck in "study table" which is literally the same thing as detention. Principle is pretty annoying. Also, there's some annoying rich privileged kids because it's a private school, but there's a lot of great people too. Overall, if you have the money, it's very much worth it over any public school. If you can deal with annoying administration that have sticks up their butt and terrible high school English teachers, there are some great teachers here and great classes, especially anything STEM-related. Also, student-led things like Chapel every Friday tend to be pretty awesome, so those things are definitely worth it.