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TKSH students performed Cinderella and here Cinderella runs away at the stroke of midnight.
TKHS jazz band members perform a concert this fall.
The Trojan Marching Band takes the field at the football game.
TKHS students perform
A group of TKHS seniors wear letters on their shirts to spell out
Students perform a science experiment.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS students perform
TKHS staff enjoy the first Battle of the Buildings basketball challenge.
TKHS students appear on the Maranda show to talk about Making it Cool to be Kind.
TKHS students celebrate
TKHS students in the final scene of
Positive messages greet students and guests at TKHS.
TKHS students prepare for the robotics competition.
TKHS Bob White stadium is filled with fans for the home football game.
A TKHS student donates blood during the NHS blood drive.


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TK News

JV Girls Take Aim to "Strike Out Cancer"

TKHS and FHE teams participated in the

Sometimes a game is about much more than the number of hits or runs scored. Sometimes everyone is a winner. The Thornapple Kellogg Junior Varsity softball team had a game like that last week when they teamed up with Forest Hills Eastern to "Strike Out Cancer."

TKHS Senior Band Members Honored

The TKHS concert band performs.

The senior members of the TKHS concert, symphonic and jazz bands were recognized at their last concerts of the year this week and special recognition given to four students.

TKHS Names Top 10 Students in Class of 2018

Graduation cap

Congratulations to the recently named academic Top 10 students in the Class of 2018. Those students are (in alphabetical order) Chloe Adams, Adam Johanson, Cass Kramer, Megan Logan, Sam Ogrodzinski, Maddisen Robirds, Tess Scheidel, Emma Shea, Breann Stahl, and Brianna Vanderstelt.

TK Robotics Receives Challenge Manufacturing Sponsorship

TKHS robotics team receives sponsorship from Challenge Manufacturing.

Thornapple Kellogg High School girl’s robotics team got a boost from Challenge Manufacturing with a $1,000 sponsorship. The Walker-based company sent engineers to give TK students pointers and a helping hand last year and presented the girl’s team with a $1,000 sponsorship check for the Vex Robotics competition season.

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