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Student in Orton-Gillingham class

Trident Academy's current and past parents have been eyewitnesses to the effect that our school has had on their children. Learn more from the parent perspective:

Student in an Orton-Gillingham class

Trident Academy is proud to once again offer Orton-Gillingham Associate Level training for teachers and tutors. This summer's course will be held from July 22 through August 2, 2024.

Cast members from the Circus Olympus play

In the spring of 2024, Trident's middle and high school students dazzled everyone with their spirited performance of Circus Olympus by Lindsay Price. This engaging play, woven into our recent history unit on ancient Greece, allowed students to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Greek mythology while having some laughs along the way.

The logo for the Learning Differently, Thriving Wildly podcast

The sixth episode of the Trident Academy podcast Learning Differently, Thriving Wildly, features an interview with Morgan Reifsteck, a soon-to-be graduate from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor's in Organizational Management and Development. Like many with dyslexia, she questioned why she was being taken out of class and struggled to explain this to her peers. In fourth grade, she attended a school similar to Trident Academy, a school for dyslexia and ADHD that emphasized reading comprehension, relationship-building, and strategies for thriving in daily life.

School Finance Presentation

Parents are invited to a presentation on January 18 to learn more about the financial operations of Trident Academy.