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Programs & Activities

Learning is a lifelong process that extends beyond the walls of the classroom. At Timberland Charter Academy, children can explore their interests, learn new skills and make new friends through a variety of extracurricular activities. More details about the programs and activities we offer are below.

You can also view a complete list of what we offer by downloading our school fact sheet.

School Fact Sheet

Sports

Basketball

Basketball

6th - 8th Grade

Boys & Girls

Volleyball

Volleyball

6th - 8th Grade

Girls

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Showing Integrity in Sports

"Not only have I been very impressed with the talent of the Timberland basketball team, I also find their character and incredible sportsmanship top-notch. They help others up, never complain, and carry themselves with respect. Great job, T-Wolves!"

- Coach of competing team
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Community Service

Moral focus virtues are practiced beyond the classroom! Scholars who participate in service projects get the chance to model compassion and courage by working to meet local needs.

Students working on computers

Technology

At Timberland, we embrace technology in classrooms and our computer lab. Students may also use tablets during workshops to practice skills they are learning.

Building Healthy Communities

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Timberland was selected for with the Building Healthy Communities elementary school program award, helping to establish the knowledge and behaviors needed for a healthy lifestyle.

The Building Healthy Communities Program is administered by the Center for School Health at Wayne State University in partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the United Dairy Industry of Michigan and the Michigan Fitness Foundation.

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Summer Jobs & Volunteerism for Kids

Summer is a great time for your child to develop new skills that go beyond the classroom – no matter their age. Serving as a volunteer or beginning a part-time job are excellent ways to develop these skills.

To help you and your child find the right fit, we’ve pulled together a variety of links you can explore together. You’ll discover volunteer service opportunities in your local community followed by practical tips for landing and keeping the perfect summer job.

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