Timothy Christian High School is fully accredited by the North Central Association and is recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education. The school’s roots are planted in the Bible and grow out of the writings of the Protestant Reformation. Every program at Timothy Christian High School is based on the knowledge of the school’s responsibility in helping students to explore, enjoy, and understand—to the best of their abilities—the gift of God’s universe and their roles in it as Christ’s image bearers. Timothy Christian High School works in dedicated partnership with parents to provide the best possible education for all students which challenges them to grow academically, socially, and spiritually. All courses are taught using a Reformed Christian worldview with the goal of providing Timothy Christian High School graduates with a solid foundation as they become dedicated family members, responsible citizens, and caring leaders of their churches and communities. All of the above reflects the school’s mission to serve God and His people by developing academically prepared Christian disciples who embrace Christ’s call to transform the world.
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