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.
After losing her job, a mom was faced with the possibility of pulling her daughter out of Timothy. But thanks to generous support of the Timothy Fund, she didn’t have to make that impossible choice.
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.
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.
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.
When Michela Sardinas transferred to Timothy as a freshman she was nervous about fitting in. But it didn’t take her long to make deep, lasting friendships — ones that she’ll miss when she graduates in May.