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Tribute to Senior Members of TKHS Choirs

Congratulations to the TK Concert and Honors Choir Graduating Class of 2020. While we might not have ended the year the way we would have liked, but we have had many great memories together! Enjoy this Tribute where the seniors share about their high school experiences and future plans.
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TK Seniors Reminded They Are TK Strong!

TK seniors came back to school May 13 - two months since the COVID-19 virus abruptly ended their senior year as they knew it. They came back to pick up their graduation invitations, caps and gowns even though they still don’t know when or how they’ll be able to have any kind of graduation ceremony.
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TKHS Announces Class of 2020 Top 10 Seniors

Thornapple Kellogg High School has announced the Top 10 students in the Class of 2020. This year’s class includes 231 members. The top 10 students (in alphabetical order by last name) are: Holly Bashore, Makayla Beardsley, Audrey Johnson, Claire Middleton, Matthew Newhouse, Cora Siuda, Ashley Snyder, Andrew Tuokkola, Zane Walters, Owen Woods.
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TKHS Filmmakers Named as Top 10 Finalists

Four Thornapple Kellogg High School filmmakers recently learned they are top 10 finalists in the Meijer Great Choices Film Festival. The film festival has six different categories with top 10 student-created public service announcements honored in each category.
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TK Senior Creates Nationally-Awarded Ad Concept

TKHS senior Grace Densham loves contests and she’s no stranger to taking on a new challenge. When she spotted a contest notification on the whiteboard in her high school English classroom earlier this year, she inquired about it. The contest wasn’t part of the work included in her class, but it caught her eye and she couldn’t pass up the opportunity.
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TKHS Named as a 2020 Best High School in Nation

Thornapple Kellogg High School was named as a 2020 Best High School in the nation based on rankings published today by the U.S. News and World Report. To be included in the Best High Schools list, schools had to be ranked in the top 40 percent of all high schools in the country.
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