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About Our School

Welcome to Trottier Middle School

Trottier Middle School

To meet the growing needs of the Southborough community, in 1998 the P. Brent Trottier Middle School was built on what was once a productive dairy farm.  Relics still reside on campus to keep its connection to Southborough’s history alive.  Today, with a faculty of 55 teachers and 25 members of our support staff, the school educates 465 students, grades six through eight, in a broad range of curriculum areas.

Trottier’s teaching staff averages over 10 years of experience, which allows us to explore new ways of creating experiences for our students that are innovative and comprehensive, while continuing to maintain many of our long-standing traditions.  The culture of our school community is one that celebrates the arts, music, wellness, and technology and strives to provide our students with opportunities to develop and utilize their ability to communicate, collaborate, innovate and think critically.  Teachers are able to implement new initiatives while continuing to expand curriculum offerings with the support of both the Southborough Organization of Schools (SOS) and Southborough Education Foundation (SEF). 

The Trottier School Council and faculty believe in continuous improvement and have aligned our 2017-2019 School Improvement Plan to the district’s Strategic Plan Vision 2020.  We are proud of our students, teachers, parents, and community. 

We welcome you to explore our website to obtain information about our school community. Feel free to call Principal Hreschuk for a more in-depth conversation. 

Vision Statement

Our Vision is that Trottier Middle School will be a place where adults and students alike want to come and to succeed.

Trottier will be a community in which all feel respected and supported, and therefore safe to express themselves and take emotional and educational risks.
Kindness, cooperation, inclusion, tolerance, and eagerness to grow will be the hallmarks of this community.
High expectations, creativity, critical thinking and inquiry will shape our learning environment.