During a time when it’s difficult to connect to one another due to the pandemic, finding different ways to keep in touch and interact with others can be uplifting. For Melissa Taylor’s class, communicating to other classes across the courtyard via sticky notes was one way to connect with students.
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Following the boom of protests for social causes, a group of students formed the Movement Against Racism At Keller or MARK. Founder, senior Parker Sutliff alongside with Junior Sudheshna Khadka worked during the Summer of 2020 to form MARK in an attempt to work with the school to combat racism amongst the district.
View photos from the Falcon Theatre One-Act production “A Midsummer’s Night Dream”. All photos available for purchase here.
For Cheyenne Hailey, starting her own boutique has always been a dream. With the goal to show girls that confidence can change just based on an outfit, Hailey decided she was ready to start up her online store named “Hey Haileys” during quarantine in 2020.
Timber Creek Varsity Girls tied Southlake Carroll, 0-0 during a game on March 5, 2021. View photos inside.
The College Board chose Timber Creek alumna Gracie Baker’s artwork to be featured in the 2020 AP Art and Design Digital Exhibit. The exhibit features
Just like drawing or singing, style can be a creative outlet. It can be a way for people to further show their unique artistic perspective on the world. Junior Sophie Le uses her creativity to create “random and colorful,” outfits inspired by objects that surround her.
Living in Texas brings many American experiences and culture into Texan’s lives. We become accustomed to the Stockyards, BBQ, and Friday night lights. Texas holds