9612 St. Thomas Drive
Pasco, WA 99301
Tri-Cities Prep students are required to complete 140 service hours prior to graduation. Freshman and Sophomore service focuses on neighborhood, parish and school, while the upper classes make independent service commitments to agencies within the community. The service component of campus ministry is aimed at forming students to be men and women of conscience and compassion who recognize that love of God finds true expression in our love of neighbor and our concern for others.
The spirit of Campus ministry is woven into the very fabric of Tri-Cities Prep. It invites students to a deeper relationship with God and with Jesus Christ whom He has sent, and helps make our school a vibrant community of faith.
By the time students graduate from Tri-Cities Prep they should have completed at least 140 service hours. These hours are divided within the four years.
Freshmen and Sophomores are concerned with helping the neighborhood, parish, and school. While the Juniors and Seniors broaden their horizons by becoming committed with an agency.
The Seniors are expected to volunteer at an agency in the fall of their senior year as a requirement for graduation and their Senior Project.
Catholic Family and Child Services
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Habitat for Humanity
The Chaplaincy and Hospice
Boys and Girls Club
Safe Harbor Crisis Nursery
Tri-Cities Food Bank
Girls on the Run
Senior Life Resources Northwest
March of Dimes (Nicki Kennedy: 541-602-6661)
Hope Medical of Washington
Tri-Cities Cancer Center-Babe Nyberg
Pathways to Literacy: 545-3511
Fields of Grace
Union Gospel Mission
St. Vincent DePaul
Ignite Youth Mentoring
Tri-Cities Retirement Inn