Class of 2008 Valedictorian Megan (Kaszuba) Everson is working her way to the top of one of the most competitive careers in the world as a neurosurgery resident at Mayo Clinic.
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This week is Spiritual Emphasis Week in the high school, and our theme this year is Bridge Builders. It is our prayer and our vision to further develop stronger connections and foster even deeper relationships in the Timothy community and beyond...unbreakable and unstoppable through the blood of Jesus.
To say Sue Hoff’s Timothy ties run deep doesn’t quite tell the whole story. In fact, her family’s history at Timothy dates back almost to the school’s very beginning.
Senior Greta Hoogstra has dominated on the court and in the classroom. Now, she’s set to hit success in NCAA Division 1 volleyball.
Justin Horne was named Illinois Principal of the Year for his commitment to Health & Wellness.
For the past 35 years, Mr. Dick Zylstra has been a steady man of genuine faith, Biblical wisdom, and leadership, in the classroom as a math teacher, coach and most recently, the Dean of Students.
We understand that home learning can be stressful for students and parents. We realize that not all resources or tools will be a fit for all ages or students, but we will do our best to provide what works well for different ages. Many of these tools may already be familiar to your student from using them in the classroom at school.
“I want every student back,” Matt Davidson exclaims. “I want to keep this team together.”
As the weather gets nicer and the school year winds down, it’s often hard to keep students focused and motivated–and that’s during a normal year! Home learning is anything but normal. Here’s some advice from Lynn van Stee the Director of Educational Support & School Psychologist to help keep your child focused and successfully finish the school year.
Timothy Christian Schools may soon reopen their doors, but not to their own students as Gov. JB Pritzker’s mandate remains in place.