The St. Timothy's School Winter Dance Performance, "Aspects of Love," was a beautiful showcase of our talented student dancers. The St. Timothy's Dance Company and individual performers impressed the audience with their clean lines and graceful movements.
The St. Timothy’s IEA team along with ten of our equine partners traveled to the IEA Regional Finals last Sunday. The St. Timothy’s team boasted the most qualifying rides within our region! Overall, both the St. Timothy’s Middle and High School teams were Champion, securing a spot at Zone Finals. Gretchen K. and WingYi L. will both also represent St. Timothy’s individually March 15-17 in Lexington, VA. Congratulations!
February 7, 2024, marks the 38th annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day (NGWSD). This celebration inspires girls and women to play and be active, to realize their full power. At St. Timothy's, we recognize the confidence, strength and character gained through sports participation are the very tools girls and women need to become strong leaders in sports and life.
Although they share the same first name, our Director of Grounds/Horticulturist, Mr. Phil Dickmeyer, might not be as well-known as the other Phil in Punxsutawney when predicting the arrival of spring. However, he spotted these beautiful Hellebores blooming on our campus, and it has to be a sure sign that spring is just around the corner!
St. Timothy's School Rider, Graham A. ’25, was recently awarded the Baltimore County Horse Show Association (BCHSA) Catie Carnes Equine Enthusiast Scholarship at the BCHSA Banquet of Champions on January 14, 2024. Congratulations, Graham!
One of the benefits of St. Timothy's location is the driving distance of so many cultural centers. Students who signed up to participate in the annual New York City Holiday Trip spent the day taking in the sights and sounds of the Big Apple. The action-packed itinerary included visiting the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, plus the choice two cultural experiences: touring the world-famous MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), and seeing Aladdin, or MJ: The Musical. Our students even had some time for a little shopping before leaving NYC!
On November 25, 1901, Bryn Mawr and St. Timothy's School began what is believed to be the longest continuous girls' high school basketball rivalry in the country, with a silver cup dedicated to the game passed between the schools. The tradition continued on Wednesday, November 30, 2023. The St. Timothy's School Varsity Basketball team brought home the victory and the silver cup!
Join us in congratulating all of our IAAM All-Conference honorees from St. Timothy's School! We are proud of our students hard work, dedication, and outstanding athletic performance during the Fall 2023 season.
Last weekend students in the St. Timothy's Dance Classes and Company presented "Ode to the Nutcracker". It was a beautiful performance showcasing the dedication and hard work of our talented dancers. Congratulations to all of our dancers on a fantastic show!
This weekend, the mythical town of Almost, Maine, came alive in the St. Timothy's School theater. We congratulate the cast and crew of the Almost, Maine theater production on two spectacular performances!
St. Timothy's School students attended the Vital Voices 22nd Annual Global Leadership Awards at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. The Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards honors and celebrates women leaders around the world. The honorees work to strengthen democracy, increase economic opportunity and protect human rights.
Students from 19 countries call St. Timothy’s home during the academic year, and our students value the global perspective they gain from learning and living with their international peers. The International Festival, held annually during Family Weekend, showcases dances choreographed by students in the tradition of their native countries and performed with the help of their St. Timothy’s friends. The Friday, October 13, 2023, International Festival was a lovely performance, and visitors during Family Weekend thoroughly enjoyed the show!
The Brownie and Spider pride was on display at the Brownie-Spider Fun Run during Family Weekend! Students, parents, and siblings participated in a spirited fun run around campus on Saturday, October 14, 2023. The overcast morning certainly did not overshadow the pride of our participants, and the rain held off for the Brownies to cross the finish line first! It was a fantastic display of St. Timothy's School spirit!
We are off to a fantastic start, with students and faculty settling into the routine of a new academic year and plenty of exciting events happening on campus. On Friday, September 1, class spirit was on full display as each class performed an original song and an original cheer before the annual Boat Regatta, where each class engineered a themed cardboard boat to race in the campus pond.
Welcome to all new and returning members of the St. Timothy’s School community. It was great to see the campus abuzz with excitement this past weekend as we began the academic year with orientation and opening weekend activities, including Convocation.
The St. Timothy’s School community mourns the loss of Mrs. Deborah (Debbie) Cook and honors her legacy as the 9th Head of School (1993-2002). Mrs. Cook passed away peacefully on August 15 surrounded by family and friends. A beloved leader, mentor, and colleague, Mrs. Cook was a faithful steward of the school during her tenure. The St. Timothy’s School community offers our deepest condolences to her family and friends.
St. Timothy's is known for its legendary Spring Break trips, as students and families who joined us for Spring Break in Morocco this past March can attest. We're already taking reservations for next year's big adventure: Spring Break 2024 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with Mr. Stevens and Dr. Marsha. Planned by alumnae-owned Worldstrides, our itinerary will include many Dubai landmarks, including the Bastakia Quarter, the Blue Souk, Heritage Village, the Museum of Islamic Civilization, the Spice Souk, and Ski Dubai Snow Park, as well as time in Abu Dhabi and Sharjah exploring the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the camel market, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Hili Garden and more. Next year's trip will run March 9 through March 17, 2024. Families and friends are welcome to come along, as they often do! Ready to sign up now? Contact Ms. Leslie Pohlman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
During Assembly time on Friday, March 31, Sixes IB Art students presented the artistic inspiration, theories, and creative processes behind their exhibited work before inviting the student body to view their work in the Sixes Art Exhibit, displayed in the Hannah More Academy Art Gallery. It was fascinating to learn about each student's artistic journey and exciting to see their finished pieces close up. Click here for a quick video tour of the exhibition.
For the 2023 annual Wearable Art Fashion Show on February 24, this year’s theme, Evolutionary Design,was inspired by the unique characteristics of various species of flora and fauna (both physical and behavioral attributes of a species). Fashion Show participants included students who participated in Fashion Show as a winter sport and also those taking MYP5 Art classes as an academic course unit. Students were introduced to ideas through David Attenborough’s Planet Earth series, in which they researched a chosen species that would inform their design. There were three kingdoms of life represented in the designs in our show: plant, animal, and fungi.
Students used a variety of materials to build their creations, most of which consisted of upcycled clothing and fabrics that were entirely transformed and reconstructed. Students also incorporated alternative materials, with examples ranging from chicken wire for structure, drinking straws as embellishment, and achieving texture by layering latex gloves!