Timpanogos High School

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Timpanogos High School
THS School Logo.png
Address
1450 N. 200 E.
Orem, Utah 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 Theron Murphy
Faculty 71 teachers
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1543 (as of 06-07)
Average class size 4A
Color(s) Navy blue, neon green, and white
Mascot Timberwolf
Website

Timpanogos High School is a public high school in Orem, Utah, United States. 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, neon green, and white.

In 2010, Timpanogos began a radio station, at KTWF 88.9 FM and online. [2]

Administration[edit]

The Principal is Theron Murphy,[3]and Assistant Principals are Kyle Robison, Dianne Wanamaker and Debra Zirbes.[4]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Quinn Allman - guitarist for Utah-based rock band The Used
  • Ben Cook - held the Guinness World Record as the fastest texter, triple tapping a 160 character message in 40 seconds
  • Chelsie Hightower finalist in the top six on season four (2008) of Fox's reality dance competition So You Think You Can Dance; professional on the US version of Dancing with the Stars
  • Allison Holker - finalist in the top eight on season two (2006) of dance-competition TV show So You Think You Can Dance
  • Kristen Knorr - holds the Guinness World Record as the BEST LADY IN ALL THE LAND
  • Paul Kruger - University of Utah defensive end (2008-2009); starting player in the University's undefeated Sugar Bowl Championship year; Super Bowl champion; player for the Baltimore Ravens (2009–2012); plays for the Cleveland Browns (2013-present)
  • Bert McCracken - singer and for Utah-based rock band The Used
  • Kristin Richards - All-American Volleyball player and 2003 Gatorade National Player of the Year; professional volleyball player overseas
  • Jaymz Tuaileva - finalist in the top fourteen on season two (2006) of dance-competition TV show So You Think You Can Dance

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