Teaching and modeling courageous leadership and standing firm on Biblical values is more important now than ever before.
Timothy Christian Schools was selected to become a member of the Council on Educational Standards & Accountability (CESA), which is made up of the top Christian schools in the nation.
Transferring schools is always difficult, but the caring teachers, staff, and students at Timothy helped ease the transition for the Kronen sisters.
A cross-collaboration between preschool and high school benefited Timothy’s youngest students and a senior preparing for her future career.
At Timothy Christian Schools, supporting and educating the whole child also means standing firm on Biblical values and Truth — even when it’s unpopular in society
Second grade teacher Kelsey Carani wants every student to know that they are wonderfully made and loved by God and connects that to all parts of the curriculum.
For seventh grade science teacher Mr. Mika de Vin, science is all about wondering about the world and how God created it.
Principal Justin Horne’s professional accomplishments are impressive, but what sets him apart is his deep desire to inspire others to use their gifts and talents all for the glory of God.
Jubilee will open its doors this summer and will be a great opportunity for Timothy to increase the level of support for all of our students and families.
Timothy Christian middle school VEX Robotics team won the State title and qualified to compete at Worlds!
Under the leadership of legendary coach and teacher Mr. Scott Roelofs, the Mock Trial team won the State Competition and placed 20th in the nation.
Timothy’s VEI program won the state competition in the business plan category earning them a spot in the national competition.
Meet Dr. Mitchell — high school principal, father, and alumni. Dr. Mitchell believes in Christ-centered education and the importance of leading by example.
Christian Thought is a required course, but for senior Ellen Cochrane it helped define and shape her faith.
Through a Renew internship at Northwestern Mutual, students had the opportunity to see first-hand if a career in finance was right for them.