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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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A huge congratulations to all of our fall athletes as they competed all season against some of the greatest teams and athletes from around the state. A special congratulations to Tri-Cities Prep’s head football coach, Dan Whitsett who was named Co-Coach of the Year! Along with Coach of the Year honors,  several Jaguars were named to the 2017 All EWAC 2B Football Team: First Team Offense: QB – Kobe Singleton ’20 RB – Bubba Valencia ’18 OL –  Leo Schroeder ’19 First Team Defense: DL – Leo Schroeder ’19 LB – Colton Tinnin ‘ 18 DB – Kobe Singleton ’20 Second Team Offense: OL – Owen Ritala ’20 Second Team Defense: DL – Zerric Pardini ’20 LB – Zerek Baker ’20 CB – Cole Hiett ’19
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The award winning theater department of Tri-Cities Prep Catholic High School will be performing The Crucible.  The performances will be held at the historic Uptown Theater in Richland and will be performed “Blackbox” style. Don’t miss out! Peformance dates are: ***Thursday, November 16th @ 7pm Friday, November 17th @ 7pm Saturday, November 18th @ 3pm & 7pm Sunday, November 19th @ 3pm ***special student pricing with school identification Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $7 for students and $14 for adults  
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We often talk about what makes Tri-Cities Prep a unique experience for high school students. Cura Personalis or “care for the entire person” is one example that sets Prep apart from the rest. Martin Powers ’18, had wanted to plan a mental health day for students since attending his Christian Scriptures class sophomore year. At times, he had felt the strain of being overwhelmed and stressed as a high school student, knew of classmates that were also struggling and thought it would be great to have a day where students could come to school and focus on their mental and emotional well-being, rather than academics. His thoughts were to invite guest speakers that could speak about nutrition, exercise, time management and other topics that would benefit high school students. In his proposal, he said that students are called to have compassion and that he wanted to “reach out to my […]
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Today some of Tri-Cities Prep seniors were fortunate to hear from Tracci Dial, co-anchor of the evening news for KNDU in a new program at Prep called “The Best Advice Series.” The program will host various influential Tri-Citians to speak to Tri-Cities Prep students throughout their senior year to share their “best advice” and to help prepare students for college and life beyond. Tracci’s best advice to our seniors is Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance.  
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Two teams represented Tri-Cities Prep in the Mission Support Alliance, Connect Tri-Cities STEM Competition on Tuesday, October 10th, competing against other area high schools both private and public. Each of the 11 teams were challenged to work on a solution to a hypothetical community earthquake scenario that would harness the power of a chlorine maker to aid in the survival of rural victims trapped in the local high school.  A panel of 6 judges reviewed their written summaries, listened to team presentations and asked questions of each team member.  The top 3 teams would earn scholarship prizes.  The winning team members could potentially earn a $2,000 scholarship each. The two Prep teams were: Team One:  Temo Mayorquin ’19, Tedra LeFreniere ’19, Sarah Carlson ’19, Hannah DeSmet ’19 & Colin Sweeney ’20 Team Two:  Evan Sweeney ’18, Chandler Jenkins ’18, Jacob Meeuwsen ’18, Christian Shink ’18 & Michael Sun ’18 Congratulations […]
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Congratulations to Prep parents, Joe and Sherry Schroeder, on being honored with the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Award by the Central Washington Catholic Foundation. According to the Central Washington Catholic Foundation website, the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Award is “presented to those who have dedicated their time, talent and treasure to religious education, faith formation and RCIA programs in their parishes.”   https://cwcatholicfoundation.org/2017-champions/ We are honored to call Joe, Sherry, and their children, Leo and Delaney, part of our Tri-Cities Prep family!
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    October 20
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    October 21 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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    October 22 @ 7:30 am - 8:00 am
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    October 22 @ 2:45 pm - 3:15 pm
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    October 23