Timber Creek Graduation Set for May 28, 2016

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Graduation ceremonies for Timber Creek High School’s Class of 2016 will be held on May 28, 2016.

Ceremonies will be held at the University of Texas Arlington’s College Park Center.

Additional details will be posted on the Timber Creek Talon throughout the school year.

TCHS, FRHS Raise Thousands for Komen Foundation

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Timber Creek and Fossil Ridge high schools joined forces to raise money for the fight against breast cancer.

The combined TCHS and FRHS cheerleaders presented a check for $7104 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation during halftime of the Oct. 1, 2015 varsity football game.

Timber Creek raised funds through their “Pink Out” T-shirts campaign.

Timber Creek Joins Campaign to “Stomp Out Bullying”

Samples of brochures created by Professional Communications students to participate in the "Stomp Out Bullying" campaign.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Timber Creek Professional Communications teachers Angela Young and Taylor May, teamed up together to help stop bullying by joining the campaign “Stomp Out Bullying” and implemented the campaign in their classes.

Read more about the campaign by clicking here.

TCHS Bowling Team Tryouts Start Oct. 5


Tryouts for the Timber Creek High School bowling team will start Monday, Oct. 5, 2015.

Tryouts will be held at Brunswick bowling alley in Watauga on Oct. 5 at 4:20 p.m., and continue on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays throughout October excluding Columbus Day (Oct. 12). Additional dates may be added if students have conflicts with scheduling.

Find more details about the tryouts at this link: TCHS Bowling Team Tryouts Start Oct. 5



Timber Creek made history on Friday, Sept. 25 by beating rival out Byron Nelson 57-54 in an exhilarating three-and-a-half-hour game. The game went on for five overtimes after regulation time making in an especially intense and hard fought victory for the Falcons.

Read the complete story about the epic win, plus see video, tweets, and more reactions.

Behind the Band: What Goes Into a Marching Show

A view from behind a sousaphone player in shows a reflection of the Timber Creek High School Band. (Photo by The Creek Yearbook photographer Josh Haynes)

Behind every band kid that plays two-minute stand tunes during pep rallies or cadences in front of The Nest is a rehearsal that lasts for two to eight hours under the sun, high-level concentration to make sure they’re correctly doing what is asked of them, call times that required everybody to be ready before the sun even rose, a hundred reps, a mental checklist with all the things they would need for a football game, another hundred reps and many more — things that the audience won’t ever think about as they sit and watch a halftime show.

Read the full feature here.

Yearbook Senior Ads Due Oct. 17

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On sale now. Photos and text due Oct 17 to

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