Over 1200 people attended Timothy’s Homecoming festivities.
This real estate purchase will ultimately unlock future opportunities for our school and will provide ingress/egress to Euclid and Harvard.
The outpouring of generosity by the Timothy community throughout the auction was not only humbling, but a testament to the commitment to Christ-centered education.
Pat and Amy Jones pray that their matching grand for the auction will inspire others to join them.
Despite the COVID-19 restrictions and limitations, the music department used creativity to offer a robust in-person opportunity to students.
Ms. Barb Park celebrates 30 years of service.
Lisa Zylstra has served in the business office at Timothy for 26 years. She has been an encourager, a listener, and she has carried burdens with many of our families.
A hat-trick by senior Joshua Bode cemented a win against long-time rival Wheaton Academy.
The Lady Trojans were more than just a good team. There were a close-knit group who represented Timothy Christian Schools with integrity on and off the court.
The Trojans simply did what they do best: compete at an ultra-high level.
The varsity baseball team ended their season at the State Finals — a first in program history!
The girls soccer team made school history by qualifying for the Final Four in Class 1A of the state playoffs.
A truncated basketball season allowed senior Josh Harris one more chance to play on the Ward Athletic Hardwood.
Despite virtual events and competitions, Luke Voss and David Sianghio qualified for the DECA Nationals this year.
Despite the challenges of virtual Mock Trial tournaments, Timothy's Legendary Mock Trial team placed third at State.