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A Thornapple Kellogg School Bus.

TK Bus Drivers Needed - Full Time or Part Time

Looking for some extra income? Need flexible hours? Want weekends, holidays and the summer off? Join us at Thornapple Kellogg Schools in the transportation department! We are currently looking for 4 full-time drivers as well as those who are willing to be a substitute driver.

Enrollment Information

Enrollment assistance for all new students will be available at the Administration Office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays through the month of July. Beginning in August, new students can enroll at the Administration Office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Enrollment documentation (birth certificates, proofs of residency, immunizations, etc.) must be submitted to complete registrations. Kindergarten enrollment packets may be picked up and dropped off at the Administration Office as well.
NyKole Vartanian and Camren Zoet with their awards won at the Meijer Great Choices Film Festival.

TKHS Filmmakers Earn Honors

Five Thornapple Kellogg High School film students took six prizes at the recent Meijer Great Choices Film Festival. The student public service announcements were judged among more than 350 entries submitted from around the state.
TK Class of 2021 tosses their caps in the air.

TK Class of 2021: The One That Survived A Pandemic and Learned Lessons of a Small Town

The TKHS Class of 2021 had to overcome many obstacles to get to graduation so it was only fitting that there would be a few bumps in the road for Thursday night’s ceremony. Originally scheduled to start at 7 p.m., the ceremony was moved forward one hour to avoid potential heavy rains. Still, strong winds blew off graduation caps, swirled national honor society stoles and whipped tassels around graduates’ faces.
TK Class of 2021 Senior Honors Night

TKHS Seniors Earn Numerous Scholarships and Awards

Despite quarantines, remote and virtual learning, and numerous changes in place throughout the year, members of the Class of 2021 thrived and succeeded. Tuesday night, the class members were recognized for their achievements at the annual Senior Honor Awards Night. In addition to announcing recipients of numerous scholarships, students were also recognized for success from the various high school academic departments including athletic honors and awards.


A message from Superintendent Dan Remenap

TK Superintendent Dan Remenap
Welcome to Thornapple Kellogg Schools! We're glad you're here!
We strive to make TK Schools a safe, nurturing, and enriching learning environment for all students where they can enjoy learning, growing and developing positive relationships with caring administrators, teachers and staff.  We strive to make every student feel important, safe and respected as well as challenged in their curriculum.
We believe we have a unique environment filled with positive support from the community, TK families and all of our TK staff - all dedicated to making our school district the very best. We are all working toward the same goal - providing each student who comes through our doors with the best educational experience possible and preparing them to achieve their future goals.
Our TK community is especially committed to our schools and work cooperatively to provide real-world experiences, opportunities and much-needed support. Parental involvement is highly welcomed at all levels. Our middle and high school administrators have regular parent advisory meetings for input and discussion. Our elementary schools are supported by a very active Parent Teacher Organization which is always looking for volunteers.
We're glad you've chosen to be part of the TK family! Please stop in and see us soon!