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Titan Graduates

St. Timothy’s graduates build upon an excellent academic foundation to…

  • Solve problems with diligence and creativity.
  • Embrace both faith and reason in pursuit of truth and meaning.
  • Strive to lead healthy, honorable, and joyful lives.
  • Treat all people with dignity, respect, and compassion.
  • Love and serve God and one another.


Meet a few of our graduates...


Taylor Currie, STS Class of Class of 2013, University of Texas at Austin

Taylor Currie, St. Timothy's School Class of 2013

  • D1 soccer player at the University of Texas at Austin
  • Majoring in Government and minoring in Classics
  • One of 43 student-athletes from a field of 432 selected for the 2017-2018 Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team
  • As a sophomore, her athletic prowess and academic excellence landed Taylor on the highly competitive Big 12 All Academic Team


“All the skills that I use in college, I learned at St. Timothy’s. I learned patience from my kindergarten teacher. I learned to be a gracious winner and loser playing on the soccer team. I learned the vocabulary words that I still use in my college papers while taking my middle school grammar class. In my 8th grade literature class, I was introduced to books such as “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “The Outsiders,” which made me think critically and ask questions. St. Timothy’s has left a mark on me that is everlasting. The school helped shape me into the person I am today.”



Evan Bartle, St. Timothy's School Class of 2015Evan Bartle, STS Class of 2015, North Carolina State University

  • Engineering major and Computer Science minor at North Carolina State University
  • Placed second in the NC Science and Engineering Fair in 8th grade
  • State finalist soccer player and a member of the North Carolina Soccer Coaches Association 4A All-Region team in high school
  • Member of the National Honor SocietyScience National Honor Society
    • Computer Science National Honor Society

“During my time at St. Timothy’s, I was impressed by how much the teachers cared. From Mrs. Iiames and Mrs. Sanders giving me time during their classes to perform my 8th grade science project, to Mr. Nowak encouraging my friends and me to simply hang out in his room, talking and laughing about our daily lives, each teacher made an effort to get to know each student and help them achieve their goals.”


Caroline Konrad, STS Class of 2015, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Caroline Konrad, St. Timothy's School Class of 2015
  • Graduated a year early from Leesville Road High School
  • Admitted to the B.S. in Radiologic Science program, which only accepts about 15 people per year
  • Interned in the Radiology Department at Duke Hospital
  • Participates in Carolina Choir, the university’s premier choral group
  • Rides and competes with her horse, Willie

“St. Timothy’s gave me the academic, spiritual, and mental confidence to succeed in all things. The faculty and community at St. Timothy’s helped shape who I am today, and I can say for certain, my current successes have been rooted deeply in their kindness and commitment to educating the whole person. I often reminisce about my time at St. Timothy’s: the family feel, small classes, and the faculty’s huge commitment to not only education, but also to their students. I know I would not be the student or person I am today without my time spent at St. Timothy’s.”




Sydney Tucker, STS Class of 2015, Brown University

Sydney Tucker, St. Timothy's School Class of 2015
  • Studying Psychology at Brown University
  • Student body secretary at Leesville Road High School
  • Senior editor for the Leesville student newspaper
  • Top ten in class at Leesville 
  • Won two Scholastic Writing Silver Key awards
  • National Merit Scholarship finalist

“St. Timothy’s fostered a love for learning within me that has shaped my academic career. The small classes allowed me to form close relationships with my teachers, many of whom I still keep in touch with today. During my time at St. Timothy’s, my teachers set high standards and encouraged me to push myself academically in every subject; school became not about passing tests or completing homework but about discovery. The faculty also modeled grace, respect, patience, and kindness and made sure I felt included in the St. Timothy’s family. I would not be where I am today, both academically and personally, without the support I received from my teachers at St. Timothy’s.”


Dan Rajaratnam, STS Class of 2019, Raleigh Charter High School

Dan Rajaratnam, St. Timothy's School Class of 2019
  • Vice President of his freshman class at Raleigh Charter High School
  • Three consecutive All-District and All-State Band appearances
  • Only freshman at Raleigh Charter to be nominated as a section leader in band

“I felt ready to engage and excel in all my classes from my first day of high school, and have had a very successful freshman year. I credit all my teachers for providing me with a sound base of knowledge. One of the most memorable experiences I had at St. Timothy’s was when I went to Costa Rica on a Spanish immersion trip led by Mrs. Lowrance. The trip challenged me to become more independent and helped prepare me to take more responsibility for myself as I transitioned to high school. I am really glad that I attended St. Timothy’s because it made me ready to excel.”


In the past four years, our graduates have matriculated to the following high schools:

  • American Heritage School (1)
  • Broughton High School (14)
  • Cardinal Gibbons High School (80)
  • Cary Academy (2)
  • East Chapel Hill High School (1)
  • Green Hope High School (3)
  • Heritage High School (1)
  • Homeschooling (1)
  • Leesville Road High School (10)
  • Longleaf School of the Arts (1)
  • McCallie School (1)
  • Millbrook High School (7)
  • Neuse Charter School (1)
  • Radnor High School (1)
  • Raleigh Charter High School (5)
  • Ravenscroft School (6)
  • Research Triangle High School (2)
  • Saint Mary’s School (29)
  • Sanderson High School (12)
  • Santa Catalina School (1)
  • St. David’s School (3)
  • Thales High School (1)
  • The Salisbury School (2)
  • Trinity Academy (1)
  • Virginia Episcopal School (2)
  • Wakefield High School (1)
  • Woodberry Forest School (4)