Troy Public Schools is a public K-12 school district located along the banks of the Kootenai River in the rugged mountains of northwest Montana.
Troy is located on U.S. Highway 2 just 14 miles east of the Montana/Idaho border. Though surrounded by towering mountains, Troy boasts of being the town with the lowest elevation in the State of Montana at just 1880 ft. above sea level.
The rugged mountains near Troy include those of the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness area. Logging and the wood products industry were once the dominant industry and major employers of Troy's residents. Today, many of those who live in Troy work at the Troy copper and silver mine, Troy Public Schools, or the U.S. Forest Service.
The surrounding area includes thousands of acres to hike, fish, boat, and raft. Snowmobiling, skiing, and ice fishing are favorite winter activities for area residents.
Troy Public Schools educate approximately 400 students in grades K-12. Students in grades 7-12 attend Troy High School and Junior High. Students in grades K-6 attend W.F. Morrison Elementary School.