Welcome to St. Timothy School!


St. Tim is well-known for small class sizes and active, engaged, and supportive community

With just one class per grade, we're better able to identify and encourage the individual talents of each student. Which makes them happy.

When children are happy, they're more successful. At everything. Which makes us happy, too.

We're St. Timothy. 
Small School. Big Difference.

  • Full-day kindergarten through eighth grade, with bus service from Columbus, Worthington, and Upper Arlington school districts

  • Competitive Diocesan course of study exceeds state standards in every academic content area and prepares students for success at Bishop Watterson High School, Saint Charles Preparatory High School, Cristo Rey, and other similarly rigorous college-preparatory high schools

  • Diverse extracurricular offerings in athletics, the arts, academic challenge, community service, and faith formation

  • Affordable after-school care programs



St. Timothy 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will be on November 9, 2019. For a registration form and more information, please click HERE.

For the safety of our students, please review our drop-off procedures:

  • Please drive slowly and carefully in the parking lot

  • DO NOT PASS other cars in the drop-off line.

  • K - 5: Please enter the west driveway (closest to the baseball field) to enter and exit the parking lot. Drop students off one carload at a time, at the cones by the lower lot.

  • 6 - 8: Please enter using the center driveway and drop students off at the doors by the office. Exit the lot using the east driveway (by the rectory).

  • Families with students in both K-5 and 6-8 are encouraged to drop all students off by the office. K-5 students can reach the playground and lower lot by walking through the school.

Christ our Teacher,
You dwell deep within each of our students:
In those who struggle academically
and in those who excel;
In those who seek attention by acting out,
and in those who remain silent and try to hide from notice;
In those surrounded by friends,
and in those feeling lonely.

Give us the grace to know your presence in each of them and to respond to their needs as you would to ours.

— The University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE)