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Taylor, MI

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15740 Racho Boulevard
Taylor, MI 48180

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(734) 374-5025
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May 10, 2014
I have been EXTREMELY satisfied with my daughter's experience at Trillium. The elementary students get SIX specials classes every week... PE, art, music, drama, world languages, and technology. Also, starting in 3rd grade, they have the opportunity to join orchestra. Because the school is so small, my daughter still sees her previous teachers in the hall, and can even stop by to say "hi" after school if she wants. She has attended Trillium since Kindergarten, and I believe the family-like environment will give her more meaningful memories of her formative years.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2014
I have never happened upon a school with such a high teacher turn over rate. I have heard, on more than one occasion and from more than one source, that over 100 staff members (mostly teachers) have left or been fired since the school's inception just over 10 yrs ago. Furthermore, what kind of school doesn't have a functioning library? Trillium does not, nor has it ever had, a library from which students can check out books. The parking lot is a nightmare and the administration is out of touch. The one thing Trillium does have going for it is that there are some wonderful, dedicated teachers there...not all of them, but a few. As for the performing arts aspect...They did away with Drama in K-6 and now require classroom teachers, without formal training, to teach drama. Spanish? It's gone. They replaced it with world languages, which offers more variety but no chance to master or accumulate any real understanding of any one language. As with any big choice, I urge you to really do your research before choosing a school. Visit on more than one occasion. Sit in the parking lot at dismissal. Speak to teachers and families current and past before deciding.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2013
Trillium is a very good school. My daughter went there for 6 years. Sure, she encountered a teacher or two that she was not thrilled with, but that can happen anywhere. The teachers are not there for the money. The make a substantially smaller amount than the public schools. They are there because they love teaching. There are problems with the parking lot, but this is not the fault of the school. It is because of the ignorant parents on cell phones not paying attention in the parking lot. It is because they do not have their children ready to exit the car as soon as they pull up to the curb. Not the schools fault. They try to keep the cars moving. They have an awesome orchestra, excellent Drama/theatre teacher who has given the kids a sense of confidence etc. All in all it is a fabulous school with excellent teachers. If I had to do it over, I would still send her there. :)

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2013
Trillium has become a fantastic school. The state of Michigan also recognized this as Trillium became a reward school. Keep it up Wildcats great job to the students and staff

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2013
I don't know much about the school except there parking lot, It's a joke. people park where they feel like, block you or park blocking you and then leave the car and then you are stuck there for another 20 mins, and in the morning they park where you drop off the kids and they are eat breakfast or playing with there phone. You speak to the vice principal and tells you they will something about it but when there outside they don't do any thing. The school it self I can't rate because all I do is wait for the grandkids.

- submitted by a community member
March 25, 2013
I am very unhappy with my decision to place my child in this school. I feel the administration does nothing with issues that they are addressed with. My son had an issue with other students bulling him, and nothing was ever done! I spoke with his teacher and Principal multiple times with no results. Also the parking lot here is a joke! Parents continue to park in the exit lanes and block others trying to get out. This issue was also brought up with no actions taken! Would not recommend sending your child to this school!

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2013
Trillium Academy has an extremely dedicated Staff that work tirelessly for the kids. Let's Go Wildcats!!

- submitted by a parent
June 25, 2012
I taught at Trillium for several years. the Principal is more concerned about test scores that make her look good than supporting the teachers properly to be effective in the classroom. Image is everything to her. The staff is young and attractive. Older people are not usually hired even though they are more than qualified. Poor behavior is permitted to continue for fear of losing the financial support that comes with those unruly students. If higher standards were in place, more families would want to come. Also, teachers are very frequently fired with no explanation. Many more leave because of the unrealistic demands placed on them by the administration and unfair treatment to those not in her circle of friends.

- submitted by a teacher
January 31, 2012
I currently attend Trillium Academy. I love ALL of my teachers, but every year they leave, are asked to leave, or are fired. Trillium's teacher turnover rate is ridiculous. One previous teacher stated that "In the past 7 years, about 70 teachers have left." All of the teachers that I have had have been amazing, and they all have left. They have a lot of bumps to work out if they want to keep people at the school. I would leave, but it is my last year. Nothing at the school is what you think until you go there. Every year the problems just end up getting worse. This year has been the worst and I am highly disappointed.

- submitted by a community member
December 08, 2011
I am very thankful with Trillium Academy. I love the Orchestra each year is better!. Staff, teachers , classes and students are great to me. This school is a big family. I like kids have uniform and teachers are always doing the best to our kids. My kids speak two languajes thanks to Trillium Academy.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2011
I would just like to say Thank You to the Teacher and Staff. You are doing a excellent job. My daughters attend your school and absolutely LOVE it. I have noticed that the teachers have went above and beyond to make sure IF they are behind to Personaly make sure they are there to help. I am please with your zero tolerance rules. For those of you who are willing to work with the staff and teachers your child could not ask for a better program. Keep up the good work.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2011
My daughter has been in Trillium academy since it started in Taylor. Anyone who has given the school a chance and attended meetings and parent conferences (like they should) woud be very happy with this school. They keep you informed of your childs progress and even tutor your children for free if they are falling behind. I was a little concerned with the subjects they were offering for high school and suggested other classes, and they actually put those classes in. A parent must keep in touch with the teachers and let them know their concerns, otherwise how can they help?

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2011
Disappointing! My daughter started this school mid year Jan 2011 in the 10th grade. She will not be returning! On the school tour, we saw so many wonderful things- oohed and aahed about the school. But once my daughter started, we realized we were sold a pipe dream. None of the classes she wanted were available to her and while I was pleased about her small class sizes, she was being taught things my 4th grader was learning!! My daughter came from an extremely rigorous advanced high school that was strictly academic. I thought it would be a nice change of pace to tap into her creative side at a performing arts school. Performing Arts School? What a joke. I wouldn't recommend this school to anybody. You would be doing a disservice to your child by sending them here. I hope she didn't get set too far back in the half of year that was wasted at this school. Favoritism is blatant also. This faculty picks and chooses who the rules apply to. Such a shame! So disappointed!

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2010
I see a lot of reviews and i have noticed that they are all coming from the parents. I am a student from trillium academy.I have been going there for the last 3 years.Trillium academy does have good teachers but the academic level is very low-Personally I am learning things that I have learned in the 6th grade and I am going to the 11th. The principal just cares about looks but never about the students or parents.If your child is going to high school this year you should plan on going to a different school.High school spirit,prep rallies, dances,and even prom is not enjoyable at all. Overall "YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER HAVE THAT HIGH SCHOOL MOTIVATION."

- submitted by a community member
December 04, 2009
I have never seen a school more dedicated to the individual needs of a student. They find your greatest strength and build on that. I saw my childs self confidence soar within the first 3 months. If you need help, tutoring with a teacher or peer is always available. There is zero tolerance for aggressive behavior. Where other schools may have a problem with drugs or violence, the schools only major problem seems to be tardiness. The staff is on the younger side and with that they bring a fun new approach to learning. You can tell they like the students as much as the students like and respect them. They have many extracurricular activities and it is common to see the principal cheering right along side the parents. I would highly recommend this school to any parent looking for fun, safe learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 16, 2009
I love Trillium Academy because of the dedicated educators who work extremely hard and do everything they can for the best interest of the students.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating October 14, 2009
I love this school. I've been going here since the 8th grade. My grades here have been better than any other school I,ve ever been to.

- submitted by a student
no rating October 13, 2009
They have awesome spirit and enthusiastic togetherness. Everyone (staff & students alike) works hard to be their best individually and as a team. The school reaches out into the community to help those in need. And they celebrate creativity through fine arts in and out of the classroom. All I have to say is, Trillium is one AWESOME school!

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2009
Staff is always willing to help parents out. There are numerous activities for my kids to get involved in. There's not a ton of homework!! My kids are learning stuff that is way above my expectations and beyond what other schools are doing. Trillium is truly unique!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
We have the most caring and creative teachers!

- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2009
Trillium is a great school with great families and a great staff. Everyone here really cares about each other and what is in the best interest of each child. The students are treated as children, not funding dollars.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating October 07, 2009
I think they have the right ideal about the concept of running a school.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2009
i go 2 trillium acad it is a awsome school and theachers are great so stop trashing on my school and btw are prinipal is very parent friendly

- submitted by a student
June 18, 2009
Although I agree more sports programs would be nice, they still do offer basketball, baseball, volleyball, cheer, and cross country. This school was originally intended to be a performing arts school and I personally have seen many improvements in that area each year. So many other schools do not offer music and performing arts at all (or very little) and have huge sports programs. It is nice to see a school focusing on the arts. Keep up the good work, Trillium!

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2009
I have a son that attends trillium and academically I think the school is great but the hype about it being smaller class sizes is totally unture my son has 30 some students in his class so that is the same class size as the public schools. I think the scool put's more emphasis on music and performing arts rather then sports I think they both deserve equal opportunities. The only problem I have as a parent is that there is not many sports programs and the elememtary students basically have no sports programs at all. What all schools should be mindful of is that all children are different and some are great at music and performing and art and some are better suited for sports so make sure there is equal opportunities for the children to participate in what interest them.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2009
The parents at this school have probably worked very hard and have fought tooth and nail to keep desirable programs, like art and music, at a school like this. And of course, the kids are probably great all in all! This school is a great add on to schools around the nation with good teachers and close knit relationships among students!

- submitted by a community member
March 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating February 13, 2009
they taught my child more about obedience then anything my son is in the 9th grade in he says the his learning stuff from 6th grade i advice you look behind the smile and speeches

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2009
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- submitted by a student
January 29, 2009
I see a lot of great reviews here. I wish our story was the same. I am not going to trash the school, because I think there are some great teachers there. Ms. Pedini was the best teacher my daughter ever had. She still struggled but Ms. Pedini really cared and helped her and me every step of the way. My daughter left w/ her self esteem intact. I can't say that this year. My daughter is very well behaved but struggles academically - but not enough to get extra help - or maybe it's not available - I don't know. I have asked several times for help, suggestions anything. I rarely even get a response and the responses I get are usually notes about my daughter forgetting something else - nothing addressing my concerns. I am very disappointed and we will not be returning next year.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2008
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- submitted by a student
July 19, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2008
My sons have been going to this school for over 4 years now. That is after I'd had them enrolled in other Charter Schools and withdrew them. This school has the best staff, environment, and a good mix of kids. The staff truly see to it that my ADHD kids don't fall through the cracks and that they get the attention they need when they need it. Overall, I've seen phenomenal progress in my sons and they love their school/teachers. Never an issue - the school is clean, well organized and improving/adding new programs every year. My sons are testing well above their grade level - at college level on some subjects - and has gotten them interested in new activities. Staff always willing to meet and discuss any concerns I've had about my sons and teachers love their students and challenge them to excel. A+

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2008
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April 05, 2008
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February 14, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 23, 2008
I can't recommed Trillium we had our child in this school for two yrs. When she tested out of her grade level, we request a meeting with the principal. She refused to see us. No explination I was told that once a decision is made by any school personell it is carried out without question, and no overides. You as a parent will not have a say in your childs education or their needs. You have no voice. The parent group is not acceptable either. They were rude, and only use the frankenbouth fundraisers no others are allowed. They do not wish to have scouting either. Why because the principal frowns on it and will not give space needed for storage or activities.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 23, 2008
No small classes, the principal is not parent friendly. I can't recommed this school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 22, 2008
Iam a parent of a child who attends Trillium Academy. He loves it, and so do I. Teachers and staff are pleasant and delightful. They are very hands on with our children, and genuinely care.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2008
Mr P is just flipping cool! I love his world history class and the fact that he's also so in touch with us kids.. Hes like a friend. He likes cool music and hes like the head honcho in our bands. All the teachers are wonderful, although I do think they should be stricter on the 'fighting' issue. The immature kids that just talk crap and put up a front disrupting class every day? I think 3 strikes youre out. 3 fights and kids should be expelled for disruptive and distructive behavior, but thats just my opinion. Other than sdudents behavior, the school is wonderful. the work is well explained and teachers are always willing to assist those in need of extra help comprehending the work.

- submitted by a student
January 13, 2008
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- submitted by a student
August 14, 2007
I love the fact, that, as a parent, my opinion is valued and solicited. My child is getting a wonderful education at Trillium Academy. Any minor bumps along the way have made the school even better. I would not send my child anywhere else. The teachers always go above and beyond to communicate with the parents and work with the children.

- submitted by a parent
June 30, 2007
Parental involvement at this school was going well. Then, the principal took away many of the positive things that the Parent organization was working on and did not swiftly appoint a new person to take over the role of PEO leader. I think that the principal does not value parent participation.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2007
I think Trillium Academy is a wonderful school! It was nominated for charter school of the year and made it to the top 3 in the entire state of Michigan! Mrs. R. made it to the finals for adminstrator of the year as well. Last year TA was proud to have the MI charter school teacher of the year among the staff. The school is adding on and growing every year. While they grow in size they still maintain that warm, welcoming environment that makes any child love coming to school! The staff is highly qualified and you can really tell the teachers love what they do. In addition, there are a wide variety of after school activities/sports for even the youngest students, and that is not something you see in most school. Trillium Wildcats Hats Off To Thee!

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2007
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- submitted by a student
September 23, 2006
I think that this school is wonderful! I have attended this school since the first day it opened and I am currently in the 9th grade. I am working above my grade level and I am getting mostly A's. The teachers are great, they know everybody by name and always stop to say hi. At the beginning there was a lot of bumps but over the years we have worked them out. As for after school actives, I think they are fine. They have many great actives such as basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, girl scouts, boy scouts, the touring showchoir, completive cheerleading, drama, after school tutoring, etc. There is great scarcity and discipline. I would support this school through the darkest times. I would recommend this school to anyone who was evening just thinking of coming. Your child would do great here.

- submitted by a student
August 29, 2006
We are very happy at Trillium. My son attended public school for K & 1st, everyday he would come home and complain how much he hated school. After meeting with his teacher(not Trillium), she told us she had to concentrate on the students who were problems and those who were not at grade level. We decided to try Trillium. We told our son to try it for one year. He loves it. He is challenged. He is working above he grade level. He was very proud to come home and say 'I got moved up to 3rd grade math, science, & spelling'. He made friends that pushed him to learn more. We recently asked him what school he wanted to go to Trillium or his old one. He said 'Trillium is the best school he's been to'.We would recommend Trillium to everyone.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2006
A great school! The administration does a fabulous job with handling problems. The teachers are great and I am extremely proud to have my child at Trillium. What is more exciting is that the sports programs are winning and that turns kids into wanting to play more sports. A great new building with bright colors makes the rainiest days seem sunny. Keep up the great work Trillium and staff!

- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2005
Okay. I can see the differences in opinions and would like to clear things up, coming from a parent who was very skeptical at first. I was attracted to Trillium because they advertised small classes and Montessori education. Trillium does adhere to this, but not traditonally. My son is in the 6th grade and has 15 children in his class. I pulled him from a mainstream public middle school where he had 7 different teachers, and was so overloaded he was failing immediately! 15 children, one teacher. He is thriving and getting nearly all A's! Now, the Montessori comes ina t a different level. I have a younger child enrolled in Montessori elsewhere, and will tell you that Trillium does a wonderful job in teaching Montessori to the younger age group. Also, while the class sizes are bigger, there are assisstant teachers in the classes. (CONT. ABOVE)

- submitted by a parent
November 29, 2005
First - Great School. Now the facts. A brand new building, exciting teachers, terrific administration. My experience to date is K thru grade 2. The elementary grades allow the kids to learn reading, writing and arithmatic at their own pace based on their individual motivations. This REQUIRES constant parental involvment. If you don't want to be involved in what your children are learning from week to week then perhaps Trillium is not for you. But realize the flip-side. If you take an active role - not just 2 or 3 times a year at parent teacher conferences, then your children's potential will explode. The principal Mrs. Romanowski is a fantastic communicator and has always been available to me with little notice. A final thought...read to your child everyday and you will open the world to them and keep them sitting close to you...at least once a day. Set your expectations higher!

- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2005
If you feel that your kid is socially retarted or cannot make good grades or friends in a 'real' school, then Trillium Academy is for you. I am currently enrolled at Trillium in 9th grade, and I'm leaving for Truman next week. Basically, in all of my classes, I'm learning what I did in 6th and 7th grade. I'm supposed to be in 10th, so this puts me back behind even more. There is a severe lack of sports/extra curricular activities at this school. I am grateful that I am leaving. Think before sending your kids here.

- submitted by a former student
August 14, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2005
I withdrew my son this spring. Unfortunately, the school did not live up to its promises. It promised small classes - my son had almost 30 kids in his class that is not small by any means. They promised that he would be moved up to higher grades for reading - never happened. Also...the new location is next to the Taylor dump and a very large landfill. These children will be inflicted with an awful smell once spring starts. I told this to the administration and they dismissed it. Most of te educators live outside of the area and have no clue how awful the stench is once March or April rolls around.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2005
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- submitted by a teacher
May 06, 2005
As a parent I find Trillium an excellent choice for parents who actually care about their child's education. My son loves to go to school everyday just to get the chance to learn something new and exciting, and he's only 5! The teacher/administrators are wonderful and stress the importance of parent involvement, I love that! The activities they offer give children an early jump on doing positive things, they have soccer, basketball, cheerleading, and show choir not to forget they offer Spanish in Kindergarden..My son comes home with a new phrase every week and I am so proud to be an actual part of this wonderful educational establishment. I encourage anyone who wants success for their child to look into Trillium as their school of choice.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2005
With the new administration that was implemented in late fall, the schools has made dramatic changes. The school is now focusing on why it was created, with the addition to band, touring show choir, competing cheerleading and an advanced curriculum, I am thrilled that we decided to wait to see what the new principal could do. What is even more awesome is the new developments for a brand new facility and that my child will be able to stay at Trillium for 9th grade! Everyone on staff is so supportive of my children and with each other. Trillium has truly become a community! We would recommend Trillium to any family especially if they want their children to learn in small environment, have sports, great recognition programs and a caring staff!

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2005
This school has an awesome curriculum. I knew that spanish was included, but when my child came home singing a song while incorporating sign language, I was thrilled. My child's knowledge base increases dramatically almost daily. They have awesome after school activities, including show choir. It is true that there is some disorganization, but I see improvement as time passes..(after all it is a newer school...they need time to work out the bugs) I was discouraged in the beginning, but as time passes, I know my child is getting an awesome education, and the faculty is open to suggestions/ideas.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2005
I recently pulled my children from this school. While it had an incredible vision, my belief is that it will not and cannot ever be implemented. While the school touts small class sizes, that isn't the case. There is no or little structure. Adminstration is constantly changing and there is no stability. It was not unusual to come to school for the day and find your child's teacher had quit. This is traumatic on younger children and unfortunately this patterned repeated itself many times. I believed so strongly in the vision, so I kept my children in the school 2 1/2 years. The best decision my husband and I made was to pull our children. They are now adjusted and doing well in their new school. And their new schools offers much more than Trillium was able to provide despite their intentions.

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2004
I feel that this is a wonderful learning environment. The teachers work very hard. The staff is very supportive of innovative strategies to improve student achievement. Every teacher, I feel, deserves a positive mention as well as a thank you from other parents. The students are dedicated, the parents are dedicated, and the school is growing. Although there are some building problems, the problems are solvable and normal for any charter school. The fact that parents are more informed about problems does not mean that they have more than other schools. We should be glad that they are so upfront and honest about future plans. I love this school and the teachers that make the magic happen.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2004
I am very concerned about my son. He attends kindergarten at this school. The art and gym teacher - Mrs. Teer is exceptional and wonderful. The spanish teacher is great. What is lacking is everything else. They advertise small classes but have jammed 27 chidren in my son's class--there are no small classes. My son was placed in a class that has 21 girls and 5 boys so his learning environment is very 'girl-friendly' and very 'boy-unfriendly'. There is very little structure and the children don't have to do anything they don't want to do. Children are constantly running around and goofing off. A child got the tip of their finger severed by a door to a bathroom between the two kindergarten classes. The school administration did not address this issue - the teachers painted a line on the floor to keep the children back but the children still play there.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2004
I currently go to this school. I'm in eigth grade here and i love it! My class size is very small (there are seventeen people in my grade) and I get all of the individual help I need. The only thing I don't like is the uniforms because we have to tuck in our shirts, but thats not a big problem. My mom and I both would recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a student
August 31, 2004
Kindergarten and pre- school is wonderful here. There is one educator per ten children. My daughter was reading very well upon entering first grade, but also upon entering the first grade she was put in a classroom of 28 kids- and growing with on educator. She wasn't allowed to have her own text books due to the class size. The teacher was unable to handle the class size and was constantly calling parents to come pick their kids up because she was severly lacking classroom management stratagies. The rules and regulations change on a weekly basis. They actually tried to change the dress code and require different, more expensive uniforms midway through the school year. This is a great place for very young kids but after kindergarten it becomes a joke. The staff lies frequently to cover their inadaquencies.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2004
There is no stability here at all you never know from one year to the next if this school will be open, and to get answers from these people is like pulling teeth. I am as many other parents are now in the process of looking for another school because we were informed that this school will no longer be here next year.They did say that there will be one next but from day one in 2002 we have been fed [many] lies.I don't even feel this is a safe place to leave our children.

- submitted by a parent
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Trillium Academy
15740 Racho Boulevard, Taylor, MI  48180
(734) 374-8222
Last modified Trillium Academy is a Charter school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Trillium Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 68 reviews. Top