Trilogy School Profile
Specialized Instruction in a Small Group Setting
- Judy Williams, Co-founder and Director of Admissions
- Laura Wyatt, Co-founder and School Psychologist
- Ann Ashby, Upper School Director
- Genny Smith, Lower School Director
- Baxter Smith, Assistant Director of Admissions
- School Psychologist Intern: Caitlyn Owens
- Business/Office Manager: Betty Woodson
- Administrative Assistant and Health Advisor- Tammie Coon
History of The Trilogy School
- The Trilogy School was established in 1999 by Judy Williams, M.A.T, M.S.A. and Laura Wyatt, PhD to educate students with learning differences. It grew out of the work the two had done with Triangle Learning Consultants, an educational tutoring service that offered support in all subject areas, SAT preparation, and a Homework Management Program. Triangle Learning Consultants is now merged with The Trilogy School and still offers afternoon tutoring.
- Trilogy School is a private school affiliated with the North Carolina Department of Non-Public Education. It has been accredited since 2007 by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, AdvancEd, and now Cognia. Faculty members have a background in learning disabilities, special education, reading, their content, many with NC certification, advanced degrees, or LD certification.
- Trilogy began with sixteen students and four teachers and now maintains a small student body of 50-75 students to ensure that all can receive individualized attention. As it celebrates its 23rd school year, it remains committed to providing small-group instruction and differentiated learning to ensure the academic success of all students.
The Meaning of Trilogy
The Trilogy School is so named to represent the collaboration of parents, teachers, and students working for the common goal of student success.
Location- 3810 Merton Drive Raleigh, NC 27609
- The Trilogy School is located in the Midtown section of Raleigh, North Carolina near the North Hills area and in close proximity to I-440 and surrounding cities and counties.
- Its unique features are its small size, its 4-6 to 1 teacher/student ratio, and its ability to provide an individualized curriculum that addresses many types of learning styles.
Students in grades two through twelve are served in a variety of ways:
- Half day-reading, writing, math (shared with their base school)
- Full-Reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and academic enrichment
- Partial day by the course
- Online instruction through Brigham Young University- Middle and High School students
- AdvancEd: Accreditation in 2007 and reaccredited in 2012 and 2017; in process- 2022 (Cognia)
Grading and Ranking*
- A 90-100
- B 80-89
- C 70-79
- D 60-69
- F Below 60
*School does not rank
Sample of College Acceptances
Central Carolina Community College
Columbia College of Chicago
College of Charleston
Gardner Webb University
High Point University
Lees McCrae College
Mount Olive College
NC State University
NC Wesleyan University
St. Andrews University
Warren Wilson College
NC Central University
William Peace University
Wake Technical Community College
Western Carolina University