After several meetings throughout the 2018-2019 school year, the Keller ISD Board of Trustees finalized and approved the new 2019-2020 instructional calendar.
Prom serves as a memorable milestone in a fleeting high school career, heels click against the floor, dresses brush the floor and the music crescendos from the speakers as students sway to the beat. This year for the Special Needs Prom, volunteers have banded together to create a Girls Ready Room offering free hair and makeup services the afternoon before the dance Saturday, Feb. 16.
Beginning his day before even the sun rises, senior Karson Goppfarth has spent all four years of his high school career as a fundamental asset to both the Falcon swim team and Fine Arts program.
The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and American College Test (ACT) are some of the most dreaded standardized tests of a student’s high school career. Here’s how to prepare for them.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of approximately 34,000 Commended Scholars including 30 students from Keller ISD and an exemplary four students from Timber Creek.
When Hannah Engebretson became Band Service Committee Leader, the Snack Sack Project was hit by a wave of success, providing enough weekend bags to last until Thanksgiving break.
Falcon swimmers dove into the beginning of the 2018-2019 season this past Saturday, Sept. 15 at the sprint invitational meet. With a plethora of freshmen additions and newly elected captains, the team is rebuilding like never before.
Austin Post, known to most today as Post Malone, has a humble beginning in Grapevine, Texas. He graduated from Grapevine High School with the class of 2013, but not before receiving a secondary education at Grapevine Middle School from one of Timber Creek’s very own: geometry teacher Jared Miller.