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Mansfield Timberview High School

Mansfield Timberview High School
Location
7700 South Watson Road.
Arlington, Texas 76002

United States
Information
Type Public
Motto One Goal...Exemplary
Established 2004
School district Mansfield ISD
Principal Derrell Douglass
Grades 9-12
Enrollment Increase2,500 (2009-2010)[1]
Campus type Suburban
Color(s) Maroon, Silver and Black             
Athletics conference 5A
Mascot Wolf
Website

Mansfield Timberview High School, or MTHS, is a secondary school located in Arlington, Texas. It is a Mansfield Independent School District school. Its mascot is the wolf.

The school serves sections of Arlington, Mansfield, and Grand Prairie.

Timberview serves several communities, including Lake Port Village

Contents

  • School information 1
  • Alma Mater Song 2
  • Fight song 3
  • Feeder patterns 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

School information

  • Principal Derrell Douglass
  • Associate Principal, Tracy Curtis
  • Assistant Principal LeAnn Downs,
  • Assistant Principal Zelmarian Ready,
  • Assistant Principal Sandro Garcia
  • Assistant Principal Kendall Hasse,
  • Lead Counselor Vonda Nunley
  • School Nurse Shawna Darnall, RN
  • School Hours 7:25am – 2:55pm
  • Grade Levels 9th - 12th
  • School Colors Maroon, Black, & Silver
  • Mascot Wolves
  • School Motto One Goal...Exemplary
  • 2006-07 Student Enrollment 2,491
  • Special Programs TCC Dual Credit
  • Advance Placement Program

HOSA, Key Club, FCA, AFJROTC Program (Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps), Public Witness, UIL, Yearbook, Step Club, Student Council (StuCo), Art Club, Maroon Platoon, Cheerleaders, Choir, Crimestoppers, Debate, Drama/Thespian Club, Wolf Academy, National Honor Society, Newspaper, Celebrities Drill Team, N.E.R.D., Nov-el-T, Go Green

Alma Mater Song

Timberview to Thee

Timberview……

Our dreams and Hopes we have for you

Timberview…..

We honor Everything we do…… To give our very best to Always fight for thee

O Timberview We hold you up So high and true

For Victory……

Fight song

The Wolves

Hail to the mighty wolves. Hail to the pride of Texas. Hail, Hail, to Timberview the Maroon, silver and Bla-a-a-a-ck.

Hail to the mighty wolves. Hail to the pride of Texas. Hail, Hail, to Timberview. The leader of the pa-a-a-a-ck. M (clap clap clap) T (clap clap clap) H (clap clap clap) S (clap clap clap)

M-T-H-S WE ARE THE BEST!

[1]

Feeder patterns

The following elementary schools [2] feed into Mansfield Timberview High School [3]:

  • Brockett
  • Daulton
  • Gideon
  • Jones
  • Spencer
  • Smith

The following intermediate schools [4] feed into Mansfield Timberview High School:

  • Icenhower (partial)
  • Lilard (partial)

The following middle schools feed [5] into Mansfield Timberview High School:

  • Coble (partial)
  • Jones (partial)

References

  1. ^ http://www.mansfieldisd.org/schools/profiles/timberview.htm

External links

  • Mansfield Timberview High School

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