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Students enjoy a special end-of-year celebration.
Teacher and staff got a warm welcome back from the TKHS band and mascot.
TKHS students line the hall to cheer on members of the TKHS boys and girls cross country teams who advanced to the state competition.
A high school art student works on the pottery wheel.
The high school Odyssey of the Mind team earns second at state and advances to the world finals!
Band camp prepares the marching band for the upcoming season.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS students perform the spring musical
The TKHS Marching Band takes to the field during the home football game.
The Trojan Marching Band takes the field at the football game.
TKHS cheerleaders fire up the crowd.
The student section cheers on the TKHS football team at a home game.
The high school Odyssey of the Mind team placed third at the state finals.
Students enjoy an end-of-the-year reward day for their positive behaviors all year.
TKHS Bob White stadium is filled with fans for the home football game.
Students work on a woodworking project.
Students take a break at band camp.


Spirit Day
Date: 9/22/2017
Homecoming Parade
Date: 9/22/2017, 5 PM 5:30 PM
Location: Lee Elementary to Page Elementary
Date: 9/22/2017, 5:30 PM 7 PM
Location: TKHS Athletic Parking Lot
Homecoming Game Vs. FHE
Date: 9/22/2017, 7 PM 9:30 PM
Homecoming Dance
Date: 9/23/2017, 7 PM 10 PM

TK News

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.)

Students Told to Never Forget Events of 9-11-01

A Barry County Sheriff's Sgt. salutes the wreath placed in commemoration of all the 9-11 victims.

An eerie quiet fell over a crowd gathered for the first Barry County Patriot Day Ceremony as everyone listened to the sound of airplane engines fly over Middleville – four planes from the Hastings Fly Club simulating the four planes used in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on America. “Remember one thing from this. Remember this day. Never forget,” said Charlie Pullen as he paused briefly to keep his emotions in check as he spoke to the crowd gathered at Middleville's Sesquicentennial Park Sept. 11.

TKHS Makes US News Best High School List

This article from US News and World Report ranks the best high schools in the state of Michigan. Thornapple Kellogg High School came in at 110th and was the leading district in Barry County and among the few in the KISD that made the top list.

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