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School News

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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The Class of 2018 went on a field to Broetje Orchards last week and came home with more knowledge than just how to process apples. Our students quickly learned that Broetje Orchards is not your typical orchard.  As their website suggests, it is a community of people that are all connected by a common mission ‘bearing fruit that will last’. One common observation was how well they appreciate and respect their employees and community members.  “They even treat the apples with care, like they treat the people.” “Everyone is taken care of.  They started the orchard for the good of the people.” “They treat all of their workers with dignity and respect, people who may be marginalized or taken advantage of in today’s society.” The students began talking about the boarding school and how cool the kids were.  How most of the kids looked just like them but once they […]
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A big Tri-Cities “congratulations” to Colby Richards, ’18 and Evan Sweeney, ’18 on their 2018 National Merit Scholarship Commendations. We are so proud that they are Jaguars and are very excited for their futures! Read the Press Release here.
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Unfortunately for Griffin Linn ’20, a bum knee prevented him from playing on the state bound Prep baseball team last spring, however, he did not let that stop him from contributing to the success of the program. Griffin decided that he would lend his other talents to both the softball and baseball teams by constructing benches to be used in the dugouts of the Ray Whitlow Memorial Athletic Complex.  He said that he was looking for a way to stay involved and connected with the team. Griffin developed a plan, created a budget, presented to the building and grounds committee and asked the Prep community for its support in raising the money needed to construct the benches. His fundraising efforts included asking current and former baseball and softball families for donations. He also reached out to the broader community and contacted Tri-City Lumber to see if they would be willing […]
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Upcoming Events
  1. ARC Visiting

    February 18 @ 1:40 pm - 2:30 pm
  2. ASB Pizza Hot Lunch

    February 19 @ 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
  3. Board Meeting

    February 19 @ 5:30 pm
  4. ARC Visiting

    February 20 @ 1:40 pm - 2:30 pm
  5. 3rd Quarter Mid-Term

    February 21