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The Triad School

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Posted July 2, 2013

We put our child in Triad because she was board in preschool and needed more than to be babysat. Now 13 years later she is attending a private college, Triad's dedicated staff help her to be prepared.
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Posted April 30, 2013

We never pictured ourselves as private school parents, but as our oldest child was ready to enter Kindergarten we began evaluating the choices. The answer was clear and that was Triad School. Nearly 6 years later we have no interest in being anywhere else - the teachers are wonderful, my children get individual attention and access to fantastic extra-curricular activities that enhance their education. While I would typically not want the younger children to mingle with the older children, at Triad it is a positive experience because the little ones are mentored by the older youth. It's an amazing experience that is well worth budgeting to make it work every year and I can't imagine school any other way!
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Posted August 27, 2012

Triad has been such an excellent school for my children. We never intended on staying in a private school as long as we have and now, 11 years later, we couldn't think of switching schools. The teachers at Triad go out of their way to assist their students when they need additional help. There are activities available that have been dropped from many of the public schools due to budget cuts. The high moral standards that are expected by each of the students is a wonderful thing that unfortunately you just don't see nowadays. We love this school!
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Posted November 8, 2010

We have been involved with Triad for 14 years. It has been a great experience for our children and for our family. From the sports programs to the Theater Arts to the Academics, Triad is the best choice in the basin
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Posted November 12, 2009

Triad School has been an excellant choice for our 2 sons. They both started in kindergarten and now one is a freshman and the other is a senior. Our youngest, who is 14, is currently taking Calculus at OIT (the local state college.) It is because of encouragement and the teachers' commitment to keep him challenged at his level that he is able to be where he is at. What is also important is how our children feel about their school experience. Taking just 2 sentences from a much longer article my oldest son wrote, he said, 'With strong focuses on family, sports and academics, Triad has prepared me for life after high school. I wouldn't trade my 13 years at Triad for anything!
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Posted August 31, 2009

My daughter was accepted into Triad for Preschool age 3 and school just started but we searched and seached for all the schools in Klamath Falls oregon and this is the one that best suited us with small class sizes and loving teachers. From just the entrance into the school to get the application I knew this was the perfect school for our family. I can't wait to see all the things my daughter and eventally son will learn. I am very excited for Triad and the experences we are going to have.
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Posted April 5, 2009

I have two children attending Triad. They are both currently in elementary school and have attended since 2004. The faculty and staff encourage parental involvement in all aspects. We are regulars in our kids classrooms and volunteer in many extra curricular events. My children have excelled at this school and I encourage others to check out this school for quality education.
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Posted December 14, 2007

This school is great. My kid is now coming home with A's. She also thinks this school is great.
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Posted November 10, 2005

We never planned to have our children in private school. As the time for kindergarten approached for our oldest daughter, we were concerned about academic performance, class size, moral standards, art and music programs, and safety issues of the local schools. We researched all of the possibilities, and found that only The Triad School met all of our requirements for our children's education. We have been more than pleased in the 3 years since. We now have a second grader and another daughter in Kindergarten. Both girls are average students, whose reading and math skills are already advanced above their peers in public school. Triad has an outstanding art and music program when public schools are eliminating these from their curriculum. The teachers have an incredible background and strongly encourage parents to participate in the classroom. Triad is an amazing educational opportunity in our small community. Worth every budgeted penny!
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Posted November 7, 2005

My son has been going to Triad since kindergarten, he is now is the 4th grade. Small class size and quality teachers are just two of the reasons I chose Triad. The close-knit family feel is another reason; my son is not just another face in the crowd, he is made to feel welcome by the staff and other students. This is also mirrored for the parents as well. While Christ is at the focal point, Triad is also focused on preparing each student for college. Triad is a great fit for my son and a great fit for me.
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Posted April 15, 2005

My daughter has been at Triad since preschool and is now in 7th grade. The commitment of the staff and teachers to a healthy, academically challenged and positive moral enviroment is wonderful. This is accomplished while the student is encouraged to maintain their individuality and explore thier own particular interest in extracurricular activities. There is ample opportunities for parental involvement and this is encouraged. Weekly progress reports and the dedication of teachers to enable the student to excel and succeed allow the parent and student to work together to develop healthy academic study habits affording the best chance for the students future success while supporting positive moral values and social interaction. This is not a school to teach your child 'religion' nor is it going to raise your child for you. It is a school that only serves to strengthin and support the parents roll and responsibility in a christian enviroment.
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Posted August 19, 2003

Our son was transformed by this schools loving Christian environment, high expectations, academics and principals of discipline. He has been enrolled for 7 years and is now in 10th grade. Our daughter attends as well, is in the sixth grade and absolutely loves the school.
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Ethnicity This school State average
White 94% 73%
Asian 2% N/A
Black 2% 3%
Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander 1% N/A
American Indian/Alaska Native 0% 2%
Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander N/A 4%
Hispanic 0% 18%
Two or more races 0% N/A
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2450 Summers Ln
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
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