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Tri-Cities Prep received a $1,000 gift from Battelle for assistance in purchasing much needed laboratory stools for the Battelle Lab.  This donation is also made in support of Team Battelle volunteers. Thank you Battelle!  
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The following was taken from a September 14th, 2016 article published in the Tri-City Herald: An organization that helps those struggling financially to cover the costs of school activities such as homecoming and prom plans two events for those unable to buy a dress and those wanting to exchange a dress. A Dresses for Hope event is from 3 to 7 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Cynergy Centre, 4309 W 27th Ave. Ste. 100, Kennewick. The event is for those in need of a dress. Dresses are free. An Exchange for Change event is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17 at the Cynergy Center, and is for teens to bring formal dresses they want to exchange. If parents or teens want to donate dresses, come by anytime during the events or call for a dress to be picked up. For more information or to donate, call Jordan at […]
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(The following was taken from a September 9th, 20146 article in the Tri-City Herald.) By: Paul Erickson Tri-Cities Prep graduate Leslie Maya of Kennewick received the Saint Martin’s University Abbot Scholarship. The scholarship is for seniors graduating from Catholic high schools in Washington and is for full tuition, or about $35,000 a year, for up to four years. Maya is active in martial arts and was a member of her school’s BASIC Club and Recycling Club. She volunteers at Kennewick’s St. Joseph Church and has served as an escort at Lourdes Medical Center in Pasco. She plans to take a pre-professional program in medicine at the school in Lacey. Read more here: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/education/article100977537.html#storylink=cpy
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The following students were named on the honor roll at Tri-City Prep: Presidents’s List (3.85-4.0 grade-point average) 12th grade — Rachel Armijo, Bridget Hohl. 11th grade — Emma Carlson, Mary Jane Coffey, Lauren Fong, Isabella Ghirardo, Jordan Myer, Kendra Nies, Emma Slahtasky, Amanda Suter, Chase Wilson. 10th grade — Selam Coffey, Sierra Foster, Stefan Geist, Kenny Ireland, Chandler Jenkins, Grace Kruschke, McKenna Lovejoy, Alexandra Moore, Grace Noble, Grace Portch, Colby Richards, Michael Sun, Evan Sweeney. 9th grade — Sarah Carlson, Hannah DeSmet, Gretchen Gormley, Scott Jacobs, Tedra LaFreniere, TJ Mercer, Max Nelson, Delaney Schroeder, Aubrey Scott, Skyler Younkin. Principal’s List: (3.55-3.84 GPA) 12th grade — Katie Casazza, Phil Geist, Gillian Gormley, Lauryn Green, Devin Hirsch, Alli Jacobs, Hannah Jilek, Hogan Jones, Daniel Kim, Adam Lewis, Marlo Lovejoy, Cesar Robles, Mary Seiner, Maddie Spets. 11th grade — Will Dituri, Jared Hartwig, Laurel Hermann, Shane Hill, Stella Jackson, Trent Mercado, Lily Mortenson, […]
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(The following was taken from a May 12, 2016 article in the Tri-City Herald. To see more media at the TCH website please visit: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/article77331312.html) BY SARA SCHILLING sschilling@tricityherald.com Hogan Jones and Gillian Gormley glided across the stage. Rehearsal was over for the day, but opening night wasn’t far off and the teens were taking every opportunity to work on, well, everything — including their waltz. They play Oberon and Titania in Tri-Cities Prep’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The show makes its debut May 13. It’s taken months of work to arrive at this moment, from auditions in January to tech rehearsals the last few days. And the stakes are high. Midsummer is a comedy, which means it’s lighter fare than, say, Othello. But, still, it’s Shakespeare. So when 7 p.m. hits, Hogan, Gillian and about two dozen of their friends will have to juggle mouthfuls of “thys and […]
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Alli Jacobs had never gardened before this summer. The Tri-Cities Prep senior’s foray into horticulture came with lessons in hindsight, particularly when it came to the organization and spacing of the 40-by-60-foot garden on the private Catholic school’s grounds in west Pasco. “We had to cut the tomato plants back so we could actually walk between the rows,” said Alli, 18, adding it took more than three hours to do the pruning. But considering she also convinced numerous fellow students to help her care for and harvest the garden throughout the summer, resulting in more than 1,000 pounds of fresh produce donated to a local food bank, Alli and others at Tri-Cities Prep consider the project a success. “I got to drop the produce off at the food bank sometimes and it was great to see how much was weighed in,” said senior Cesar Robles, 17. “Sometimes they were out […]
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