May God give you the grace to love, lead and influence the kids that God has brought into your life. They need to be taught by you, no doubt; they also need to be caught by your passion to serve and follow Jesus Christ. Let’s give them that great gift!
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.
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.
We have a high standard for excellence. Our teachers are highly qualified, but it is the way our staff focuses on your child that makes a Timothy education so compelling and essential. Timothy educates the mind, enriches the soul, and provides physical training for the body. It doesn’t get any better than that. Here are the top 10 reasons to consider a Timothy Christian education.
As Director of Advancement Bob VenHousen’s job is to advance Timothy financially. Call it semantics, but the way Bob sees it, the word advancement in his title, isn’t just tied to raising resources. To Bob advancement has a much deeper meaning: to advance the Kingdom of God. And that is what’s been at the very core of a Timothy education for over one hundred years.
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.