Timothy gave me a good balance between my outside interests and still maintaining a social life through school. School events helped make it possible for me to connect with people — one of the key steps I needed to take in order to get the high school experience I hoped for.
Go Beyond. A motto, or a battle cry, that represents “us” in just two words. Simple yet ambitious. Two words that imply action and endless pursuit. An overarching goal that is never fully achieved and a dream that is never fully realized.
Meet Zara Odafe. She transferred to Timothy as a junior. It has been a couple of months since she has immersed herself into the community. But she has developed a close group of friends and connected with her teachers.
Meet Isaiah Whitaker. He played varsity soccer for four years and was captain for two years. He was part of the State winning soccer team his freshman year and has recovered from a recurring major injury. This is his Timothy Story.
There are so many choices we make for our children that God has entrusted to us as parents, and we dutifully accept this role day after day. The Christian school is vital in this challenge and more so today than ever before. With a steadfast and gritty determination, Timothy Christian School—teachers, staff, coaches, parents, grandparents, alumni, and students—has partnered with the home since 1911 in cultivating the potential of our youth to the glory of God.
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.