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51 minutes ago
Tri-Cities Prep

Construction is underway on the 25th annual Tri-Cities Prep auction! “Nailed It - Bulding a Better Future” will take place March 12, 2022 at Tri-Cities Prep High School. Mark your calendar now! Invitations will be sent out in a couple of weeks.

If you’re interested in sponsoring our auction or donating an item, contact Katie Nelson, knelson@tcprep.org.
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Construction is underway on the 25th annual Tri-Cities Prep auction! “Nailed It - Bulding a Better Future” will take place March 12, 2022 at Tri-Cities Prep High School. Mark your calendar now! Invitations will be sent out in a couple of weeks. 

If you’re interested in sponsoring our auction or donating an item, contact Katie Nelson, knelson@tcprep.org.
6 days ago
Tri-Cities Prep

Tri-Cities Prep Fish Farming has begun!
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Tri-Cities Prep Fish Farming has begun!
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Upcoming Events
  1. Prep @ KI-BE

    January 18 @ 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  2. FIRST SEMESTER ENDS

    January 19
  3. ASB-Pizza Hot Lunch

    January 19 @ 11:30 am
  4. Prep Vs. River View

    January 21 @ 3:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  5. Prep @ Warden

    January 22 @ 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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 as part of their Social Justice Class.

Service Requirements for Social Justice Class

40 hours of service working with those marginalized in society- the impoverished, homeless, elderly, at-risk youth, mentally disabled, etc.

30 hours may be done during the summer as long as the service contract is filled out. The remaining 10 must be done during the semester you are taking the class.

The Social Justice Service Contract must be filled out, signed and turned in to Mr. Potter prior to beginning your service hours.

You will be required to do another 20 hours of service for Apologetics class. This has to be completed during the semester you take Apologetics unless you receive prior permission from Mr. Powers.  This service may be done at any agency.

Service Hours Slip Form (PDF)

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