COSI comes to St. Timothy!

Thank you to Home and School for bringing COSI to St. Timothy today so students could learn about ENERGY! Students discovered all the different kinds of energy and did hands on activities at various stations throughout the gym. We appreciate all the parents who volunteered their time to make this day a success.


The distribution of tuition bills for the coming year always sparks a lot of questions. We know it can be confusing. Here are answers to some of our most frequently asked questions:



Active parish families are defined as registered parish families who actively participate in the life of the parish by:

  • regularly attending Mass at St. Timothy Church and

  • being involved in the life of the parish through participation in activities and organizations of both the Parish and the school and

  • making regular, recordable contributions to the weekly offertory collection used to subsidize tuition at St. Timothy School.

Inactive families are defined as those who are not registered members of St. Timothy parish or who do not actively participate in parish life (through regular Mass attendance, parish involvement, and contributions to the weekly offertory collection).

St. Timothy Church uses funds from the weekly offertory collection to subsidize tuition. Active parish families benefit from a tuition subsidy in which the parish pays up to 51% of the actual cost of tuition - between $1,849 and $13,118 - for each active parish family.




Although many parishes in the area no longer subsidize tuition for their parish school, here at St. Timothy we believe it is the mutual responsibility of both parents and the parish to support our school,

The actual cost to the school to educate each child is exactly the same, whether they are active parishioners or not. The parish uses funds from the offertory collection to pay a portion of the bill for the children of active parish families, resulting in a reduced financial burden for the family.

The members of St. Timothy parish have always been generous in their support of our parish school, knowing that they are helping to form the children of the parish in the Catholic faith. 



At St. Timothy, we know both the great value of a Catholic education and the challenge that tuition can sometimes be. In this era of rising costs, our goal is to keep St. Timothy affordable for any family that is committed to a Catholic education for their children. Families with multiple children enrolled in Catholic schools make a significant commitment to Catholic education.

To ease the financial burden of and reward that commitment, the percentage of each active parish family's tuition bill paid by the parish increases with the number of children from that family enrolled at St. Timothy School.

To view current tuition rates and information about tuition assistance, please visit

Open House for Prospective Families Scheduled for January 7

New families are invited to join us on Sunday, January 7 at 1:00 pm for an Open House.

Gather in the school library to meet Principal George Mosholder, tour our campus, and learn more about St. Timothy School. While this event is geared toward families with children entering full-day kindergarten or first grade in 2018/2019, all are welcome. We do have a few openings for new students in grades 2- 8.

Can't make it on January 7? Simply call the school office at 614-451-0739 to arrange a private tour.

Watterson Hockey Wins Big With Help of Tiger Alumnus

Mason Rogers, St. Timothy Class of ’17, scored two goals in the Bishop Watterson Hockey 11-1 victory over Gahanna-Lincoln this weekend. Rogers, one of only three freshmen on the team, has been playing hockey since he was 6 years old. Congratulations, Mason! Go Eagles!

Interested in catching a Watterson Hockey game? Click HERE for a schedule.

2017-18 Bishop Watterson High School Varsity Hockey, including #50, St. Timothy Alumnus Mason Rogers (class of '17, front row, far left).

2017-18 Bishop Watterson High School Varsity Hockey, including #50, St. Timothy Alumnus Mason Rogers (class of '17, front row, far left).



St. Timothy Holiday Skate Night at the Dublin Chiller

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Please join us on SATURDAY DECEMBER 16th from 5:15 pm  - 7:15 pm for our annual St. Tim's Home and School holiday skate night at THE CHILLER DUBLIN: 7001 DUBLIN PARK DRIVE. We are very grateful to Jeremy Rogers and The Chiller for their partnership with Home and School.  The Chiller will welcome St. Tim's families and friends for $8.00 per person including admission and skate rental and $3.00 from each admission will go back to the H&S Association.
We hope you all can join us for a fun night!!

St. Timothy School SpiritWear Sale

The St. Timothy Spirit Wear Sale, sponsored by the Home & School Association, is now open! Get your holiday shopping started early with apparel and accessory items for the entire family.


To order, go to

This season ALL orders must be placed online. The deadline for orders with be November 15th. Orders will be available for pick-up at the St. Timothy Christmas program on December 12th.

Show your Tiger spirit and order now!
Thank you for your support.

- The Home & School Association

Annual Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser for Home and School

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WHAT: St. Timothy Home & School Fundraiser
WHEN: 4pm - 9pm, Wednesday 11/15
WHERE: Buffalo Wild Wings, 5240 Bethel Centre Mall, Columbus OH 43220
WHO: St. Timothy School Community and Friends - ANYONE!
HOW: Simply present your coupon with your bill and BWW will donate 15% of your total to our Home and School Association!

Please join the St. Timothy Community in supporting our Home & School association with our annual BWs fundraiser!  On Wednesday, November 15th, Buffalo Wild Wings in Bethel Centre Mall will donate 15% of your total bill to the St. Timothy Home & School association. 

Please present your St. Timothy coupon at the time of purchase.  Four ways to get the coupon:

  1. Click HERE or on the black and yellow coupon image and present the coupon on your phone
  2. Pick up a coupon from the vestibule of the church after Masses this weekend
  3. School families, check your email
  4. School families, look in your family courier pack this week

Basketball Preview this Friday!


Registration for this year's Basketball Preview is now closed, but you are invited to come check out the fast-paced fun, beginning at 5:15pm this Friday, 11/10/2017.

$1 Admission for non-participants

Concessions available.

Here's a tentative schedule for the evening's events:

  • 5:15-6:00 pm    4th & 5th grade Boys & Girls Free Throw & 3-Point Competitions           
  • 6:00-6:40 pm  4th Grade Boys & Girls 3-on-3                
  • 6:40-7:20 pm   5th Grade Boys & Girls 3-on-3                 
  • 7:20-8:00 pm   6th through 8th Grade Boys & Girls Free Throw & 3-Point Competitions
  • 8:00-8:40 pm   6th Grade Boys & Girls 3-on-3                
  • 8:40-9:20 pm   7th Grade Boys & Girls 3-on-3                  
  • 9:20-10:00 pm  8th Grade Boys & Girls 3-on-3

Click HERE to check out the complete rules and regulations.

3rd Annual Basketball Preview

Think you have what it takes to dominate in our third annual event? Get your team of three together to compete in this fun, fast-paced basketball tournament for teams in grades 4- 8. Individuals can also compete in free-throw and three-point contests. Last year's event drew talent from all over the city. This year promises to be even bigger and better!


Register by 10/20 and enjoy discounted registration - just $30/team. $5 to enter the free throw contest. $5 to enter the 3-point contest.

All registrations must be received by 11/1!