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TK Swim and Dive team members walk in the parade.
TKHS students pose as ballerinas in their black and orange tutus.
TKHS Soccer Team members get their float ready for the parade.
Students take a break at band camp.
Positive messages greet students and guests at TKHS.
Two homecoming court queen candidates ride in the parade.
TKHS students wear shark hats to go with their float theme for the homecoming parade.
A high school art student works on the pottery wheel.
TKHS cheerleaders are boosted high to lead cheers.
A group of TKHS seniors wear letters on their shirts to spell out
TKHS cheerleaders fire up the crowd.
TKHS Bob White stadium is filled with fans for the home football game.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS students line the hall to cheer on members of the TKHS boys and girls cross country teams who advanced to the state competition.
The student section cheers on the TKHS football team at a home game.
TKHS cheerleaders pose for a photo before the homecoming parade.
The Trojan Marching Band takes the field at the football game.
Students work on a woodworking project.
The TKHS homecoming king and queen are crowned.
The TKHS Marching Band takes to the field during the home football game.
Students enjoy an end-of-the-year reward day for their positive behaviors all year.

Events

Concert/Honors Choir Concert
Date: 10/24/2017, 7 PM 8 PM
TKHS Choir Concert
Date: 10/24/2017, 7 PM 8 PM
Jazz Band Concert
Date: 10/24/2017, 8 PM 9 PM
TKHS Jazz Band Concert
Date: 10/24/2017, 8 PM 9 PM
Jostens Orders
Date: 10/25/2017, 10:30 AM 12:30 PM
Location: Main Street

TK News

TKHS Scrip Fundraiser!

The Holidays are approaching quickly. Make shopping easy this year with our fundraiser for the TKHS Positive Behavior Program....

Heat drives homecoming outside

Excessive heat forced the TKHS homecoming dance outside on the football field.

MIDDLEVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) — The heat Saturday nearly claimed another victim Saturday, Thornapple-Kellogg High School’s homecoming dance.
Some creative thinking by school officials saved the day and created a unique experience that may become part of local

Two Teens Learn Each Other's Language, and More

Thornapple Kellogg sophomore Eryn Schell and Japanese exchange student Sawa Mekata visit RiverTown Crossings in Grandville

Michigan-Japan Exchange Program Cultivates Cultural Understanding
by Jaye Beeler
In late June, Eryn Schell left her small community along the Thornapple River to live in Shiga Prefecture, Japan for nearly three weeks. Eryn traveled nearly 24 hours with a cohort of peers from the Michigan-Shiga High School Exchange Program -- an arm of the Japan Center for Michigan Universities (JCMU.)

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