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School News

Friday morning the Tri-Cities Prep Class of 2021 assisted the Plumbers & Steamfitters Local Union 598 in building Bikes for Tikes at the fairgrounds in Kennewick.  What a blessing for the freshman class to give back in such a meaningful way!
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Today students in Dr. Arcia’s class were fortunate to hear from Tri-Cities Prep graduate, David Roach.  David graduated with the class of 2004 and is currently doing his residency at the University of Washington and is interested in infectious diseases.  He works for the University of Washington/Harborview Medical Center along with a clinic in downtown Seattle that serves the homeless.  He spoke with juniors and seniors about his residency and research work on Bacteria Genomes and his journey after graduating from Tri-Cities Prep. Welcome back David and thank you for sharing your experience with Prep students!
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The Best Advice Series at Tri-Cities Prep is drawing respected leaders in our community to speak with seniors to offer them the best advice for their future.  This week seniors were honored to hear from Jim Hall, Director of Executive and Community Relations for Kadlec Regional Medical Center.  Mr. Hall’s “best advice” for Prep seniors is to “do what’s in your heart and follow your passion, not a career.”  
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U.S. District Judge, Salvador Mendoza Jr. held a captive audience as he shared his compelling journey and some life changing experiences, while offering his best advice to Prep seniors this week. Judge Mendoza is the third speaker in the Best Advice Series program at Tri-Cities Prep.
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The U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, recently visited the Tri-Cities to speak with veterans who currently work for the Department of Energy.  Prep graduate, Catherine Jacobs, who is currently finishing her senior year at the University of Portland, was invited to sing the National Anthem for the secretary and audience.
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Prep students are out in our communities making a difference every day; it is a part of their character, part of who they are.  Recently, Yelfy Coffey, Mackenzie Mills and Ally Moore, all from the Class of 2018 were recognized for their efforts by U.S. Cellular in their Future of Good program. A press release was issued today by U.S. Cellular announcing the selection of Dresses for Hope and Exchange for Change in U.S. Cellular’s 2017 The Future of Good program. From the press release: In support of Giving Tuesday, U.S. Cellular today announced that Dresses for Hope and Exchange for Change in the Tri-Cities have been selected for the company’s 2017 The Future of Good program. The wireless carrier contributed $1,000 to the two charities to assist high school students in low-income areas to affordably obtain a prom dress. This is part of a total of $42,000 consisting of […]
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Service at Tri-Cities Prep is more than just serving a required number of hours for a grade.  Prep students use their creativity and compassion to lead them to serving in ways that go beyond the ordinary. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Prep senior, Grace Portch, decided to engage the student body in helping to raise money to donate to the Tri-City Cancer Center.  Grace promoted raising awareness because cancer had made an impression on her life and family.  She rallied her friends and started the fundraiser a couple of years ago and has continued the tradition each year.  Students that donated were given a bracelet to help promote awareness and given a designated day to wear sweats to school.  Congratulations on raising $425 this year! Pictured below are students that served recently at St. Vincent de Paul’s in Pasco.
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Today Tri-Cities Prep students were honored to have Dr. Jud Virden on our campus to speak with seniors in Mr. Potter’s Social Justice class.  Dr. Virden is the second speaker in the new program called “The Best Advice Series” at Tri-Cities Prep. Dr. Virden, a proud parent of three Prep graduates, Will ’09, Joe ’11, and Katherine ’14 is the Associate Laboratory Director/Energy & Environment at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.  He offered students insight into what it takes to achieve your goals and advised students to “just be yourself” and to always keep trying, to never accept defeat.
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On Sunday, December 3rd from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. we are raising the roof again and inviting the Tri-City community to come and see what we are all about.  We want to share the good news about Tri-Cities Prep and want to invite everyone to see why Prep is the best choice for high school. Help us by inviting your neighbors, friends and extended family. Let’s not keep Prep a secret, let’s share our great school with everyone!
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We are so proud of the hardwork and success our Lady Jags had this season and it didn’t go unrecognized!  Several of our girls have been named to the 2017 All EWAC Volleyball Team: First Team: Emily Dickson ’20 Second Team: Talia von Oelhoffen ’21 Honorable Mentions: Elsie Dilly ’18 Grace Kruschke ’18 Congratulations to these girls and the entire Lady Jag Volleyball team… you make us #JaguarProud!
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Upcoming Events
  1. Prep Vs. White Swan

    December 16 @ 2:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  2. Advent Vespers Christmas Concert

    December 17 @ 3:00 pm
  3. Semester Finals/Alternate Schedule

    December 19 @ 7:50 am
  4. Prep Vs. WWVA

    December 19 @ 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  5. Winter Break

    December 20, 2017 - January 2, 2018