100 students in the cast, pit, and crew! 18 elementary students in the choir. 5 student stage managers. Spectacularly entertaining and toe-tapping fun, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was a testament to God’s redemption and love.
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.
Superintendent Matt Davidson leads a high school Bible study every Wednesday morning.
Principal Horne is on a mission. His goal: Give away 700 Bibles!
Here at Timothy Christian Schools, we uphold Biblical truth.
In March, the drive-in musical "Were You there?" showcased over 70 Timothy students who gave a powerful performance of the Easter story.
Despite the COVID-19 restrictions and limitations, the music department used creativity to offer a robust in-person opportunity to students.
Thanks to a generous underwrite from Thrivent, and the devotion and imagination of administration, an event unlike any other in Timothy’s history took place on December 9—a drive-in Christmas concert.
Timothy could not continue to keep its doors open if it weren’t for our teachers. They are the real heroes. And as a parent, I couldn’t be more grateful.
Jonny, who has been a cellist in the Timothy orchestra since fifth grade, has been selected for the 2021 All-State Illinois Music Educators’ Conference.
In the fall the middle school performed the “Wizard of Oz” under the direction of Mrs. Katie Crichton and Mrs. Deanna Markos. The high school performed “Peter and the Starcatcher” under the direction of Mr. Joey McLellan. Click here to see more photos of the Wizard of Oz and here for Peter and the Starcatcher.
Junior Kate Buikema drops her first single on over thirty different music platforms.
If you walked down the hallway that is squeezed between the courtyard and the auditorium, during third period and took a right, you would most likely find Kiarra Jernagin crouched on the ground posing in front of a camera lens taking one of her self-portraits.
The lights came on, the curtain opened, and the music began. In the fall, the middle school drama club performed Road Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jr. Brilliantly colorful costumes filled the stage as the performers began their song and dance. With every line the audience laughed or gasped. Each student displayed a new side of themselves as they let their inner performer shine.
The Junior Chamber Choir learned songs in German, Latin, Spanish and Portuguese — but always stayed focused on singing for the Lord.