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TK Cheer Team members are ready for Homecoming.
TK student section cheers on the football team.
Soccer team members toss out candy during the homecoming parade.
Members of the TK Trojan Marching Band line up for their halftime performance.
Thornapple Kellogg High School main entrance.
TKHS students walk in the homecoming parade.
TKHS students fill the
TK cheerleaders get the crowd fired up.
TKHS students are thrilled at the progress they made during the Day of Caring.
TK Trojan football team takes the field for a home game.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS Bob White stadium is filled with fans for the home football game.
Physics students at TKHS work together to creatively solve a problem.
TKHS Student Council members volunteered at the Day of Caring.
TK Homecoming king and queen are crowned.
Foreign exchange students prepare their float for homecoming.
Football players celebrate a victory.
Positive messages greet students and guests at TKHS.


Half Day - Students/PM PD - Staff
Date: 9/26/2018
Close Krispy Kreme Sale
Date: 9/28/2018
Close Up Parents Meeting
Date: 10/3/2018, 7 PM 8 PM
Picture Retakes
Date: 10/4/2018, 7 AM 12:30 PM
Parent Advisory
Date: 10/5/2018, 9 AM 10 AM
Location: HS Office Conference Room

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Eighth Annual Veterans Day Program

Veterans Day with american flag

The students and staff at Thornapple Kellogg High School are honored and privileged to acknowledge our veterans in our Eighth Annual Veterans Day Program!

TK Students Show They Care

TKHS students weed landscaping beds in the village of Middlevile as part of the United Way Day of Caring.

Just two days after students were reminded at the 9-11 ceremony about the value of service to others, a group of high school students took part in the United Way Day of Caring. Scattered throughout the village of Middleville, TKHS Student Council members pulled weeds and cleared landscaping beds in the village. They transplanted bushes, swept away dirt and debris and put a polished look on the downtown area.

Students Vow to Never Forget 9-11

TKHS student Hanna Hollis talks about the impact of 9-11 on her family.

The Thornapple Kellogg middle and high school students gathered at the Middleville 9-11 Patriot Day ceremony were called "heroes," but challenged with two important tasks - to never forget the 9-11 events and to continue selfless acts of service to others.

TK Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

TKHS crows homecoming king and queen.

Friday night's homecoming festivities included the introduction of the homecoming court and crowning of the king and queen. When senior Derrick Kim was announced as the homecoming king, he looked shocked and didn't exactly know what to do. A minute later, Madison Hess, leaped into his arms when she was named the homecoming queen. Other senior members of the court were Nathan Kinne and Shylin Robirds, and Dylan Podbevsek and Delaney Zoet. The junior representatives were Haley Bovee and Aiden Hannapel. Sophomore representatives were Brennan Lutz and Kylie Smith and the freshmen representatives were Jeffrey Walker and Chloe Powers. Congratulations to everyone for representing their classes and TKHS.

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