BUILDING CHARACTER & INTEGRITY
It is the philosophy of Timothy Christian Schools that all aspects of Christian education, including interscholastic athletics, must fulfill its mission “to develop academically prepared Christian disciples who embrace Christ’s call to transform the world.”
Timothy Christian is committed to providing a God-centered education. As such, Timothy expects its coaches and athletes to pursue the goal of excellence with Christ-like character. Consistent with this goal, Timothy Christian seeks to develop the entire student, as it believes that successful Christian education results in the development of a balanced lifestyle in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of a student’s total being . We believe athletics is more than competition between two teams of individuals representing different schools; it is an educational experience between the coach and the team through practice, competition, and person-to-person relationships. Participation in athletics contributes to good character development, good sportsmanship and the development of God-given talents and abilities. We expect our athletes and coaches to work hard, enjoy the sport, respect each other and their opponents and honor Christ in all they do.
Dean of Students
Timothy Christian Schools participates in the Illinois 8to18 online platform to schedule all conference sporting events with competing schools.
RECENT ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS
Boys Soccer: Regional Championship, Sectional Championship, Super-Sectional Championship, 1A State Championship
Girls Volleyball: MSC Conference Champions, Regional Championship, Sectional Championship, Super-Sectional Championship, 2A Third in State
Girls Cross Country: State Qualifier; competed in Peoria
Boys Cross Country: State Qualifier; competed in Peoria
Girls Tennis: MSC Conference Champions, Sectional Champions, Entire team; State Qualifier, Individual State Qualifier McKenna Byrne
Cheer: Second Place in Sectionals, State Qualifier; Seventh Place in State, MSC Conference Champion.
Boys Tennis: MSC Conference Champions, Individual State Qualifiers: Nathan Daniels, Jared Rhiner, Jack Wells
Boys Track: Individual State Qualifiers: Xavier Ross, Erik Biegunski
Girls Track: Individual State Qualifiers: 4 x 200 – Olivia Hoekstra, Hannah Bosman, Zoe Stanton, Alyse Schnurr and 4 x 400 – Rachel Stoll, Olivia Hoekstra, Valerie Hoekstra, Hannah Bosman
Baseball: Regional Champions
Girls Soccer: Regional Champions
METRO SUBURBAN CONFERENCE
The Metro Suburban Conference (MSC) proudly announced the addition of seven member schools beginning with the 2014-15 school year. This major transition culminates years of work to grow the conference which began with just four schools less than a decade ago.
“On behalf of the MSC, we are thrilled to be welcoming these seven schools to our conference,” Fenton principal and president of the Metro Suburban Conference Board of Control Todd Leden said in a release. “The additional opportunity for student growth and achievement is very exciting and we are confident this expansion will be a positive experience for all communities involved.”
The MSC Conference boasts 14 teams — 5 public and 9 private. Average enrollment in the conference dropped from 1,062 to 732 with the addition of seven private schools. It is worth noting, however, that If the IHSA “multiplier” is applied to private schools, the MSC average enrollment is 924 students.
MSC expansion reunites Timothy Christian and Illiana Christian with former Private School League rivals Chicago Christian, Wheaton Academy, and Aurora Central Catholic. The expansion also allows for the creation of a “cross-town” rivalry with IC Catholic Prep, also of Elmhurst.
|Glenbard South||Raiders||Glen Ellyn|
|Elmwood Park||Tigers||Elmwood Park|
|Wheaton Academy||Warriors||West Chicago|
|Aurora Central Catholic||Chargers||Aurora|
|Guerin College Prep||Gators||River Grove|
|St. Edward||Greenwave||River Grove|
|Chicago Christian||Knights||Palos Heights|
|Walther Lutheran||Broncos||Melrose Park|
|IC Catholic Prep||Knights||Elmhurst|
It’s been 21 years since Rick Huisman wore a Kansas City Royals jersey. Today he is a mentor to Timothy seniors Nick Huisman and Jimmy Allen. Jimmy, a shortstop, and Nick, a pitcher who can throw 85 miles per hour, both received scholarships. Jimmy will play Division l and Nick Division ll.read more
Meet William Terpstra. He’s a senior and state qualifying cross country runner. Running is a constant journey that promotes endurance, grit, and discipline. But the ability to use God-given talents to glorify Him has made William’s journey as a runner truly worthwhile.read more
Matt Davidson reflects on Project IMPACT and how God once again demonstrated His power—even in our weakness. Please join Mr. Davidson, and the rest of the Timothy community, on September 14 at 6 pm for the Grand Opening of Project IMPACT.read more
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