Students in grades two through twelve are served in a variety of ways:
- Half day- reading, writing, math (shared with their base school)
- Full day- reading, writing, math, science, social studies, study skills or math enrichment
- Partial day- by course
- Online instruction through Brigham Young University
Typical learning differences include:
- Auditory/Visual Processing
- Written Expression
- Nonverbal Learning Disability
- Math Dyscalculia
- Developmentally Delayed
- Autism (acceptance is on a case-by-case basis)
The school maintains the following guidelines for acceptance:
- Students with various learning difficulties are accepted into Trilogy School regardless of race, creed, age, and gender.
- Students typically have an average to above average IQ with a learning disability in reading, written expression, or math, with or without Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).
- At our school, students are responsible for managing their own personal hygiene and negotiating personal space.
- We prioritize academic needs over emotional needs in a child’s developmental history and professional recommendations. Please note that we do not offer therapeutic services or support special behavioral accommodations. Therefore, individuals with school-related behavioral challenges are not encouraged to apply.
August 2021 Demographics