Troy Adventist Academy

Educating for this world and the next.

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Thank you for your interest in Troy Adventist Academy. Our hope is to lead as many students to Jesus as possible.

This is an information newsletter with many links and PDF files for you to get the information and forms you need, all in one place.

Be sure to check the TAA Handbook, below, for all of our policies and much more.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Denise Moore, Principal.

Included you will find:

  • God's Word to Encourage
  • TAA Philosophy
  • Meet our Principal - Mrs. Moore
  • Introduction to our new K-4 Teacher - Miss Stevens
  • TAA Handbook 2020-2021
  • 2020-2021 School Calendar
  • 2019-2020 TAA Yearbook
  • Our 2020 8th grade graduating class
  • Registration Forms (PDF Links)
  • Parent Volunteer Forms
  • Guest Student Form
  • 3 Keys to Adventist Education

Dates to remember:

  • Last day for reduced rate early registration - June 15, 2021
  • First Day of School 2021-2022 - August 16, 2021

Don't forget:

God's Word to Encourage

"May be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length, and depth, and height; And to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God." Ephesians 3:18-19

TAA Philosophy

At Troy Adventist Academy (TAA) our philosophy is very simple – we want every student who passes through our doors to have the best of both worlds.

We provide an education unsurpassed in its academic excellence, one that will prepare each student to step unashamed into any academic circle after he/she leaves. We desire that each student will learn to think his/her own thoughts rather than merely mirror the ideas of others. We will make it part of our curriculum to show each student how to get along with others, how to keep his/her body and mind healthy, how to work hard, and how to make good decisions about life. We will teach our students how to be good citizens of the world they live in today.

We seek to help our students fulfill what we feel is the ultimate goal of education – to recreate in each person the image of God who created him. We want each child to grow spiritually, as well as physically, mentally, and socially. We will try by word and example to show each child how to love God best of all, and to show his/her love in a life of service to others. We will teach our students how to be good citizens of the world to come.

Meet our Principal and 5th - 8th Grade Teacher - Mrs. Moore

Denise Moore graduated from Oakland University and also received her Adventist Denominational Certification through the Seventh-Day Adventist Church North American Division. She was hired by the Michigan Conference and the TAA School board in 2017. She has been teaching for over 7 years in Michigan schools. Mrs. Moore is looking forward to having students back in the classroom and leading them to the foot of the Cross.

Welcome Miss Stevens

TAA K-4 Teacher

Bethany Stevens graduated from Southern Adventist University

She grew up in the SDA church and she shares her mother's passion for teaching. Ms. Stevens was hired into the Michigan Conference in 2017. She has been teaching in a K-8 school in Michigan's U.P.

She is thankful to have joined our team in 2020 and is looking forward to working with TAA students again this fall.

TAA Handbook 2021-2022

Our 2021-2022 Handbook is attached below as a downloadable PDF file.

Our policies are detailed inside including (but not limited to): dress code, tuition rates, hot lunch, latch key...

If you have more questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Moore.

2021-2022 School Calendar

There is a PDF file below the picture for easy viewing and printing.

TAA 2019-2020 Yearbook

We design out yearbooks through TreeRing. They plant a tree for each yearbook sold.

See the PDF of our 2019-2020 Yearbook.

8th Grade Graduating Class

Student Enrollment Forms BELOW

Student Enrollment Form 2020 & Behavior Contract 2020

New and returning students.
Note: Student's Social Security Number need NOT to be filled in.

Technology & Internet Acceptable Use Policy 2020

All students need to have this form filled out. Older students should read and sign it.


All students need this filled out for emergency medical treatment. Be sure to include their Doctor's name and number AND health insurance information.


All students. This form is to allow us to use student's photos in the yearbook as well as in advertisement for the school (note: student's names would not be used in advertising).


Only new students who need records released from previous schools.

Nonmedical Waiver Rules for Immunizations Info Sheet

New or 7th grade students: Oakland County requires an appointment with the health department to get a signed immunization waiver. This signed form or Up-to-date immunization records need to be turned into our office during enrollment.

Student Birth Certificate Verification Form 2020

New students will need a copy of their birth certificate to be on file. Please bring a copy or we can make one during enrollment. This will be signed by the Principal after she reviews the birth certificate.

Permission to Administer Over-the-Counter Medications

This is for any student who needs medications during the school day for whatever reason. This is for allergy medication, etc. Please keep sick students home for at least 24 hours after medication and 24 hours fever FREE!

Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan - Download Form below

All students should have this form on file. This will help us to know their allergies to keep them safe. If they do not have any known allergies, please right N/A (Not Applicable) across the form and sign it.

Parent Volunteer Forms Below

Driver Information Form (for Field Trips)

We are always in need of parents who are willing to drive students and attend field trips. Michigan Conference does not allow non-school age children to be in the car, so sorry no younger siblings can be in "driver's cars".


All volunteer will need to fill out this form. This help to ensure safety for our students. Thank you for your willingness to volunteer.

Sterling Volunteers

Click to go to their website Sterling Volunteers.

All volunteers who work with or drive students must complete a background check. This ensures the safety of our students. Thank you for your willingness to volunteer.

Guest Student Form 2020

Guest Student Application 2020

Home school students or other students who want to attend occasionally during the school year will be reviewed and approved by our school board. This includes those who want to attend field trips with TAA.
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Adventist Education

The Message Drives the Mission

1. Bring students to the foot of the cross.

2. Quality at all levels.

3. Train students in the message and mission of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

from the Michigan Conference