The girls varsity basketball team traveled to the Dominican Republic. There they helped local children and adults through camps, church, and much more.
Matt Davidson started his career as a history and Bible teacher at Aurora Christian School. But no matter what his title has been the students and mission of Christian education have always come first. And Matt believes the only way to truly inspire students to follow Christ is through personal connections and speaking power into their lives.
Want to up your smartphone photo game this Christmas? Get some tips from Timothy Christian High School photography teacher, Mr. Michael VanDerAa. Follow his advice and you’ll be an expert in no time.
Laura Horner’s life was changed in the parking lot of Timothy Christian Schools—not once, but twice. It was in that parking lot where she experienced selfless love and acceptance. It was an act that so deepened her faith, it set her on a course that eventually led her across the world to her son.
We have been called to educate, train, and equip our young people. We also aim to inspire our students. Sadly, the word “inspire” is not used very often in education. Simply stated: Building authentic and meaningful relationships with our students remains the best path to inspire them.
Mr. Scholma, a 5th grade teacher, drives 90 miles just to teach at Timothy Christian Schools. Why? Because it’s more than just a job. It’s a community with a unifying vision to educate disciples who will transform the world.