Anna Finerty fell in love with costume design. But it wasn’t until she began an independent study with Timothy teacher Mrs. Markos, who is a director and theater teacher, that her costumes came to life on stage.
It takes dedication to learn and perfect rhythms and notes. On top of that, each section has to work together to produce the right dynamics, have the same bowings, and fit their parts together in perfect harmony. But these things put together can create something beautiful.
Music has always been an adrenaline rush for Grant McKenzie. With the strum of a guitar, the tsk of a drum, the rhythm, the beat, the sound – Grant has always been fascinated by music.
Adrian VanStee was writing screenplays when he was only eight. At a young age, Adrian discovered his love of theater. Today he is a senior and is starring in Timothy’s production of Scapino!
Kaitlyn Radoha had three choices for high school: Timothy Christian, the Chicago Academy for the Arts, or public school. After weighing all her options, her decision was reaffirmed after she attended mock trial and street photography camps at Timothy. Both gave her the chance to see what the community at Timothy Christian is all about.
Student Council President, National Honor Society member, Spanish Honor Society member, member of the Fine Arts Committee, member of the Octoberfest Committee, french horn player, freshman retreat leader, and DECA member: Dakota Tameling did it all. But out of all those activities, band was by far his favorite.