Family Resources

Handbooks and school policies for families and students.

Updates Regarding the 20-21 School Year

Information on COVID-19, Health and Safety, and More

School Uniform Purchasing is Now Online!

All uniform purchases have moved online, allowing for a more convenient process for our families, and ensures the health and safety of all families and staff. Visit the online store here.

Elementary School (K-4) Middle School (5-8)
  • The online store will note the color polo and fleece that ES students should wear.
  • If your child is an incoming Kindergartener, rising 3rd grader, or new to Troy Prep, they will receive two free shirts on their first day of in-person learning or at school supply pick-up this week.
  • Policy Update: Belts remain optional and can be any color. Socks may be any color.
  • The online store will note the color polo and fleece that MS students should wear.
  • If your child is a rising 5th grader, or new to Troy Prep, they will receive two free shirts on their first day of in-person learning.
  • Khaki pants can be purchased from any store of your preference.
  • Policy Updates: Belts and socks may be any color, and scholars may wear black sneakers (black dress shoes are no longer required).

Food Service During Remote Learning (Aug. 31 – Oct. 5)

During remote learning, Troy Prep will offer a food service drive on the following Fridays:

  • Aug. 28, Sep. 4, Sep. 11, Sep. 18, Sep. 25

During this time, families can pick up a pre-packaged box containing five breakfast and five lunch meals for any student who attends Troy Prep. Times and locations are as follows:

Note: Families can go to any campus to pick up food, not just the campus your child attends. Please email info@troyprep.org if you have any questions regarding the food service drive.

For more information about Uncommon's Reopening Plan:

Partnering with Families

Partnering with families is vital to ensuring the success of our students and schools. We recognize that we cannot fulfill our mission of preparing students to enter, succeed in, and graduate from college without the support of our families. Family events are held at each campus at least once every two months. Flyers and messages inviting families to upcoming meetings and events are sent home with students.

In addition to campus events, Troy Prep is committed to maintaining frequent communication with our families by offering the following: back-to-school nights and family potluck dinners, campus newsletters and postcards, family conferences, monthly progress reports, end-of-quarter report cards, and more.

School Handbooks

Click below for Troy Prep’s Student and Family Handbooks

Policies & Information

Troy Prep firmly believes in the role that parents and the community play in the success of our students. Below is a list of resources, policies, and other information to learn more about getting involved with Troy Prep, and our expectations for students.