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Timpanogos High School

Timpanogos High School
1450 N 200 E
Orem, UT, 84057
Type Public
Opened 1996
Principal Theron Murphy
Faculty 71 (teachers only)
Grades 10th, 11th, 12th
Enrollment 1543 (as of 06-07)
Average class size 4A
Color(s) Navy Blue, Neon Green, White
Mascot Timberwolf

Timpanogos High School is a public high school in Orem, Utah. Opened to its first students in August 1996, it became part of the Alpine School District[1] of Utah County. The school mascot is the Timberwolf and the official school colors are navy blue, neon green, and white. In 2010, Timpanogos began a radio station, KTWF 88.9 FM and online at


  • Administration 1
  • Notable alumni 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Principal: Theron Murphy[2]
Asst. Principals: Kyle Robison, Dianne Wanamaker and Debra Zirbes[3]

Notable alumni

  • Ben Cook was declared by Guinness World Records as having sent the world's fastest text message.
  • Allison Holker and Jaymz Tuaileva were top eight and top fourteen (respectively) finalists on season two (2006) of dance-competition TV show So You Think You Can Dance. Mollee Gray was a semi-finalist in season 6 (2009).
  • Bert McCracken and Quinn Allman are singer and guitarist, respectively, for Utah-based rock band The Used.
  • Chelsie Hightower was a top six finalist on season four (2008) of Fox's reality dance competition So You Think You Can Dance. She is also a professional on the U.S. version of Dancing with the Stars.
  • Paul Kruger was a University of Utah defensive end (2008-2009) who was a starting player in the University's undefeated Sugar Bowl Championship year and is now a Super Bowl champion and player for the Baltimore Ravens. (2009–2012). Now plays for the Cleveland Browns (2013-present)
  • Kristin Richards (Volleyball) All-American Volleyball player and 2003 Gatorade National Player of the Year. She is currently a professional Volleyball player overseas.

See also


  1. ^ Alpine School District website
  2. ^ Timpanogos High School Principal
  3. ^ Timpanogos High School Administration

External links

  • [2]
  • Official School Website
  • Timpanogos Times
  • Timpanogos Baseball
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