Find pages, calendars, programs, information and other resources useful to parents of current students at Timothy Christian Schools.
Golf August 13 &14 at Oak Brook Golf Club. Meet at the putting green at 1:15 and tee off at 2:00 (18 holes). Bring a check for $70 to cover your greens fees. Contact Coach Vander Naald to reserve your spot. Cross Country Cross Country practice begins on Monday,...
Five tennis players competed in the IHSA State tournament — the most in school history! Ben Rowell and Micah Bosman won their first round match and then lost to 1st seed and eventual State champs from U-High Normal. Jack Rhiner and Payton Ward (subbing for injured...
Visit our Smug Mug site to view more photos. Fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. (Hebrews 12:2) The Class of 2019 graduated on May 31 at Christ Church of Oak Brook. Reverend Charles Moodie, father of graduate Josh Moodie, gave the opening...
Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of...
Timothy students and teachers alike were decked out in sparkles and bowties this Wednesday to celebrate their favorite books and their love of reading at the fourth annual Timothy Readers’ Choice...
After School Care is available to Timothy students in Kindergarten through 6th grade. It runs from 3-6pm Monday through Friday when school is in session and 12-6pm on half-days. Students have the opportunity to work on homework, play indoor and outdoors games, and engage in various other activities in a safe and welcoming environment. (Summer care program information here.)
Every other year, Timothy holds an Auction to help raise funds for our school. The 2018 Auction brought in $800,000 which will go towards Phase II of Project IMPACT. This will include furniture and technology upgrades in the high school as well as grade school re-purpose and renovation. Our next Auction is planned for spring of 2020.
Almost all courses taught at Timothy elementary and middle school are displayed in charts called curriculum maps. These grids show the content, essential questions, faith integration, and unit questions for each class. The handbook outlines policies and procedures for enrolled elementary and middle school students and their parents.
Timothy has partnered with e-Campus.com to help high school students purchase textbooks. This site will help you select the correct versions and make you aware of any e-book or i-book alternative. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the high school office.
Timothy Christian High School uses Edmodo as our cloud based system to share resources, turn in work, and schedule assignments, quizzes, and tests. Parents can also create a free account on Edmodo by using the “Parent Code” found on their student’s Edmodo page. This will keep you aware of upcoming assignments and assessments as well as giving you insight on course content. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this helpful resource.
As part of Timothy’s mission to reflect God’s kingdom by serving a diverse range of students, Educational Support Services provide academic support to students from kindergarten through 8th grade.
Please remember that this directory is intended solely for private, non-commercial use of Timothy families. Timothy requests that no one use the directory as a mailing list or contact list. Use for any commercial purpose is prohibited. You may download a copy of the directory to your own device (making it easier to access in the future.)
Each Friday morning that school is in session, a group of parents meet in the High School Conference room from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. to pray for their children and schools. Free child-care is provided by Timothy High School students.
Men’s Prayer Group
All Timothy Dads are invited to join us for Big Boys on Campus — a prayer group for dads. Come together as Christian men and pray for our school! The group meets on Friday mornings in the Advancement Office from 6:30 – 7:00 AM. Dads may join us as their availability permits. For more information, please contact Bob Venhousen at 630-782-4072 or email@example.com.
Parents in Education (PiE) is Timothy’s parent partnership. PiE exists to promote Christian education at Timothy through hospitality, teacher support and fundraising activities to increase parental involvement, build Christian community and provide resources.
Timothy uses Powerschool as our student information system. It grants students and parents (grades 5–12) direct access to teacher gradebooks and attendance records. There is a mobile app that allows access to the same information, and you may opt to receive daily or weekly emails with this information. To create an account or add your child to your account, you will need your student’s access ID and access password. Both are emailed at the beginning of the year. If you cannot locate that email, feel free to contact the grade school or high school office.
For additional information regarding Powerschool, please view videos below:
Renew is an seven-day term occurring right after Christmas break. Its focus is to engage high school students in discipleship opportunities through course work, internships, and service-related trips not available to students during the academic semester. Annual participation in Renew is a graduation requirement.
The Summer page contains information about summer camps, summer office hours, school supply lists, and summer reading information.
TCHS summer school is an opportunity for students to work ahead on earning credit towards meeting high school graduation requirements. Course offerings are dependent on teacher availability. Summer school does not have a long history at TCHS, but thus far it has been offered during the three weeks immediately following the end of semester.
Join other Timothy students, parents and friends of Timothy as we participate in the Chicago Triathlon SuperSprint & Kids Tri. These events take place the day before the main Chicago Triathlon, providing a family friendly atmosphere for participants of all ages and athletic abilities.
The TRIP program is an easy way to reduce your tuition by purchasing gift cards for use at stores, restaurants, on-line retailers and other places of business.
Timothy values your comments and observations about its new website. Please use this form to let us know what you like, what’s missing, and ideas on how Timothy can improve its web presence.
Elementary & Middle School
To report a child’s
absence from school:
Jason Van den Brink
630-833-4616 ext. 111
630-833-4616 ext. 100
630-833-4616 ext. 104
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