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Service

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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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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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 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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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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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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Tri-Cities Prep students have not been sitting idle this summer.  A group of students dedicated to making a difference have decided to raise money for the Tri-City World Relief Center.  Taking advantage of the beauty of a Tri-City summer evening, the group is hosting a Summer Movie Night.  Watch Moana under the stars with your family and friends and support a worthwhile cause. The show will be held on August 11th beginning at 8pm at 516 N. Rd. 45 in Pasco.  Remember, the movie will be viewed outdoors amongst the moon and stars so bring a blanket and/or chairs for your viewing comfort. Ticket prices are $5 student/$8 Adult and all proceeds go the Tri-City World Relief Center. For questions, please contact Mandi at 509-380-7196.    
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Emma Slahtasky, Jordan Myer, Angelina Rudolph, Kendra Nies and Mary Jane Coffey will have a busy but rewarding weekend ahead of them.  They have been preparing for an event called Dresses for Hope and it is happening this weekend at the Cynergy Centre on Friday, March 24th from 3pm-7pm & Saturday, March 25th from 11am-4pm.  (The Cynergy Centre is located at 4309 W. 27th Avenue in Kennewick) These ladies have been collecting prom dresses since July of 2016 for this special event.  They have over 300 dresses that have been generously donated by students, parents, and even grandparents from the Tri-Cities and even Walla Walla.  Their goal is to give young ladies who may not have the financial means to purchase a new dress for their school’s prom, an opportunity to still have a beautiful dress to wear.   Girls can opt to bring a dress to exchange for another or just choose one […]
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Tri-Cities Prep is dedicated to graduating young men and women of character, competence, and compassion.  Class of 2002 Prep graduate, Dr. Bart Roach, is one of many alumni who is putting his time, talent and treasure to use by helping those less fortunate. Read the following article published by the Tri-City Herald on November 19th, 2016 to learn more about the tremendous dedication and passion he has for the citizens of a small fishing village in El Paredón, Guatemala. http://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/article115997978.html
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Upcoming Events
  1. Semester Finals/Alternate Schedule

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

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

    December 20, 2017 - January 2, 2018
  4. Free Youth (1st-6th grade) Boys & Girls Basketball Skills Clinic

    December 27 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
  5. Prep Vs. Seton Catholic

    December 27 @ 2:00 pm - 8:30 pm