5.00 (12 reviews)
Tel: (352) 332-8802
- On the "outside" Trilogy looks fairly traditional. Its schedule, course offerings, grade scale, and school calendar look like most schools in Florida.
- Its staff is composed of college graduates who are certified teachers in the areas they teach or who have majored in the courses they teach.
- The course curriculums mirror the curriculums designed by the state for these courses and graduation requirements are identical to all other Florida schools.
|Grades Offered||Grades 1-12|
|Learning Difference Programs||Yes|
|Total Students||65 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color|
State avg.: 44%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||9 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||7:1|
National avg.: 13:1
|Classroom Dress Code||Casual|
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||None / Rolling|
|Tuition Notes||Please call or email for current tuition.|
|Admissions Director||Quinn Wiggins|
|Admissions Associate||Sarah Garrigues-Jones|
- What makes Trilogy special is the low student-teacher ratio, the multi-age classrooms, the consistency with which we provide a variety of teaching and assessment methods, the concept of student-teacher partnership, and the expectation that students give their best in all aspects of their school life. What makes our students special is their ability to reach the goals they set for themselves. Trilogy focuses on and develops in its students self-discipline and self-motivation. It fosters in its students "ownership" of their education and a sense of pride in their accomplishments. For all these reasons our students do extremely well when they leave Trilogy to continue their education.
- School Location Miles Grades Students
- Gainesville Grades: PK-12 | 184 students
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
(352) 378-9337 3.8 PK-12
- Gainesville Grades: PK-12 | 270 students
10926 Nw 39th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32606
(352) 332-1493 1.7 PK-12
- Gainesville Grades: K-12 | 111 students
1520 Nw 34th St
Gainesville, FL 32605
(352) 378-5190 3.8 K-12
- Gainesville Grades: PK-5 | 245 students
1111 Nw 55th St
Gainesville, FL 32605
(352) 373-3222 2.1 PK-5
This school changed my daughters life.. She had the most difficult time in public school due to a special learning disability.. We are fortunate enough that she qualified for a scholarship and we got to send her to Trilogy.. This was the best decision we ever made.. She went from a D and F student in public school to mostly A's & B's at Trilogy.. Their small classes and ability to teach per the childs needs is astounding.. We are so excited we got invited back for next year.. If you are looking for a school for your children give Trilogy a call set up a shadow, trust me you won't regret it.. Thank you to all of staff at Trilogy for welcoming us into your family because for sure its not just a school its a community..
- Posted by Parent - D Kriz
Our daughter has attended Trilogy for the last 5 years. This school has reached far beyond our expectations, and once you meet Quinn Wiggins, his wonderful team of teachers, then you will know why we feel this way. Our daughter was bullied in public school, Trilogy has a zero tolerance for bullying. Our daughter was several grade levels below her 6th grade class in public schools, she is now 10th grade at 10th grade level. Thanks to the Trilogy family, we have watched our child come out of her shell, and become a student who wants to go to school and learn. Trilogy teachers don't just teach, they invest themselves in each and every student. Sending her there was the best decision we could have ever made!
- Posted by Parent - Kathy
Trilogy is a great school and I am so happy with my child's progress. I love that they do not use standardized testing!
- Posted by Parent - Jennifer
Individualized attention, no standardized testing and an excellent educational atmosphere where the children/students can express their individuality in a respectful environment that is both mentally and physically safe.
- Posted by Parent - Betty Braun
Couldn't be happier with the curriculum, staff and environment of Trilogy. Since enrolling our child here he has made leaps and bounds in his academic progress but most importantly his relationship with learning has improved in ways we never thought possible!
- Posted by Parent - Evan P.
Posted April 07, 2017- a parent Trilogy is unique in Gainesville as a school that frees students the regime of endless and useless testing. Trilogy chooses instead to offer experiential, project-based learning, small classes and a wonderful sense of community. The teachers are thoughtful and kind and supportive and give a lot of individualized attention to students. Kids with all kinds of learning styles work together in teams and benefit from daily P.E., outdoor play and mindfulness exercises. My child has definitely benefitted all of the school's strengths
- Posted by Parent - AMom
My daughter has been a student at Trilogy for 4 years and we could not be happier. It's a school where everyone fits in and every child is given the opportunity to be successful. They put a lot of focus on character and virtues and are able to create an environment where bullying truly does not happen. The teachers at Trilogy never lose sight of the fact that they are teaching the whole child and each child learns differently. Because they don't have to teach to the test, they are able to enjoy a multi-sensory approach to learning, involving divergent thinking, project based learning, and of course lots of creativity! Trilogy is what every school should be.
- Posted by Parent - Laurel
My granddaughter goes to Trilogy and it is an extraordinary school, both culturally and academically! She is a little different and was socially out-casted in public school. Now she is comfortable and confident, with many friends and she once again enjoys learning.
- Posted by Parent - Janice
Great school for individual attention and self paced study. A place where high achieving and creative students can pursue their passion.
- Posted by Parent - John
I have two children at Trilogy and they have very different needs, but somehow Trilogy is the best fit for both girls. They seem to plan around the educational/social needs of each child. Both girls started Trilogy in the 6th grade and are now in high school. Trilogy was the best decision I have made for them. The teachers actually care about my kids. Truly Care, and that makes all the difference in their educational experience. I have a child who has a very hard time in school, she truly struggles in almost every way academically. She LOVES to go to school at Trilogy. It is summer and she can't wait for school to start
- Posted by Parent - melan
Elementary (upper and lower) is very different from Middle/High school programs. Both are excellent in their own ways. Elementary is marvelous for bright kids who need work on socialization skills. Middle/high school are much more rigorous academically, and also designed to allow the child to become self-motivated and self-sufficient and self-directed. Doing fantastic for our child--we have no doubt he will be ready to tackle college (and probably early).
- Posted by Parent - susan
Trilogy School was recommended by my previous manager. I went and met with the teachers and immediately fell in love with the school. This was the first time I have ever had my son wake up on his own and be ready for school before it was time to leave. Not every child learns the same way, the elementary school teachers take the time to understand how each student learns and builds on that, which in turn builds their self-esteem. My son was lost in public school and being at Trilogy has done wonders for him. He has become a more confident person as well as a confident student.
- Posted by Parent - dlonn
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