Timothy Christian High School is one of only 50 non-public schools in the nation to be awarded the prestigious 2019 National Blue Ribbon Award.
Distinguished Alumni of the Year, Cal and Marcy Tameling, built a company on the Christian values they learned at Timothy Christian Schools.
Becky Vander Naald is in her 35th year of teaching at Timothy — but she is still passionate about teaching kindergarten — especially watching young faith develop.
As the Timothy Christian Mock Trial coach, Mr. Roelofs has trained generations of students to be disciplined and successful competitors — and ambassadors for Christ.
Mrs. Kendra Pasek’s primary goal is to help sixth grade girls develop their faith, all while building positive relationships and confidence.
Junior Kate Buikema drops her first single on over thirty different music platforms.
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.
With a less than 1% tuition increase, Timothy Christian Schools is truly the school that provides more for less.
National Honor Society is built on four pillars: academics, character, leadership, and service. But for senior, Paul Kalapala, service is something he does simply because he’s called to do so.
All students, alumni, parents, grandparents, and community members are called to donate on Timothy Giving Day.
The 2019 proceeds provided equipment, facilities, and other program-related expenses that makes Timothy’s athletics one of the finest programs in its conference.
Matt & Julie Davidson are moving into the “Timothy Home,” which will be a place to host new family gatherings, student events, staff socials, board and donor events, and parent connections.
Faith played a crucial role in the girls cross country team’s training for State.
2018 Timothy grad who has cerebral palsy represented the U.S.A. at the Junior World Championships in Nottwil, Switzerland.