It was a Thursday night, and we’d just celebrated the senior volleyball players. Parents had ordered pizza and brought homemade goodies for a community dinner after the game. But before everyone dug in, the coach prayed for the players, for their hearts, for their integrity, and that they would continue to grow into Christian men who served the Lord.
Here at Timothy Christian Schools, we uphold Biblical truth.
Principal Horne is on a mission. His goal: Give away 700 Bibles!
Kristine Wise is responsible for helping make data-driven decisions that ignite academic growth. Here’s how she does it.
Our multi-tiered system of support, or MTSS (also known as RtI – Response to Intervention), provides small group instruction and individualized attention, allowing students to flourish academically, socially, and emotionally.
Middle school is full of ups and downs and complexities. Mrs. Hansen, the 8th grade language arts teacher, is not just teaching lessons, but helping her students navigate all the challenges and finding their worth in Christ.
Being the PS-8th grade principal isn’t just a job for Justin Horne — it’s a mission.
Superintendent Matt Davidson leads a high school Bible study every Wednesday morning.
At 7:27 every Wednesday night, high school students flood into the cafeteria. It’s loud, there’s usually a crazy theme, but it’s all about learning more about Jesus.
VEI made history! For the second year in a row, VEI won the State Championship and qualified for Nationals.
Junior Josh Bemister earned a spot at the DECA National competition.
At Timothy, our students are busy. Really busy. Step inside Maddie Drye’s schedule. (You'll get tired just reading this.)
Acing a physics class can seem daunting, but Mr. Carlton Rink’s flipped classroom ensures that every student is successful.
Mr. Davidson and Mr. Roelofs were among only 490 teachers and administrators recognized statewide.
Dr. Brad Mitchell is not only the high school principal, but the father of 7 (yes, 7) kids. And he believes there’s no better investment you can make in your kids than Christ-centered education. As an alumni, father, and principal, he’s all in.