Timpanogos High School

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Timpanogos High School
THS School Logo.png
Address
1450 N 200 E
Orem, UT, 84057
Coordinates 40°19′24″N 111°41′30″W / 40.32333°N 111.69167°W / 40.32333; -111.69167Coordinates: 40°19′24″N 111°41′30″W / 40.32333°N 111.69167°W / 40.32333; -111.69167
Information
Type Public
Opened 1996
Principal Debbie Freestone
Faculty 71 (teachers only)
Grades 10th, 11th, 12th
Enrollment 1543 (as of 06-07)
Average class size 4A
Color(s) Navy Blue, Forest Green, White
Mascot Timberwolf
Website

Timpanogos High School is a public high school in Orem, Utah. Opened to its first students in August 1996, it became part of the Alpine School District[1] of Utah County. The school mascot is the Timberwolf and the official school colors are navy blue, forest green, and white. In 2010, Timpanogos began a radio station, KTWF 88.9 FM and online at http://www.timpanogos.alpinedistrict.org/DEPARTMENTS/Technology/Collette/T-WolfTV.htm.

Administration[edit]

Principal: Theron Murphy[2]
Asst. Principals: Kyle Robison, Dianne Wanamaker and Debra Zirbes[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Ben Cook was declared by Guinness World Records as having sent the world's fastest text message.
  • Allison Holker and Jaymz Tuaileva were top eight and top fourteen (respectively) finalists on season two (2006) of dance-competition TV show So You Think You Can Dance. Mollee Gray was a semi-finalist in season 6 (2009).
  • Bert McCracken and Quinn Allman are singer and guitarist, respectively, for Utah-based rock band The Used.
  • Chelsie Hightower was a top six finalist on season four (2008) of Fox's reality dance competition So You Think You Can Dance. She is also a professional on the U.S. version of Dancing with the Stars.
  • Paul Kruger was a University of Utah defensive end (2008-2009) who was a starting player in the University's undefeated Sugar Bowl Championship year and is now a Super Bowl champion and player for the Baltimore Ravens. (2009–present)
  • Kristin Richards (Volleyball) All-American Volleyball player and 2003 Gatorade National Player of the Year. She is currently a professional Volleyball player overseas.
  • Jared Teerlink (Business) Founder and CEO of PersoNet Trainer, one of the first online video web chat workout companies. It is one of the fastest growing fitness trends in the United States according to Better Homes and Gardens Magazine.

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