October, 2015

Swimmers concentrate on dropping times as state championships loom

By Chris Moffitt, This is the part of the season where TPA swimming truly begins to shine. Our swimmers have begun to perfect their techniques and really distinguish themselves. Swim Co-Captain Bronson Stephens made a remarkable [...]

Tempe Prep’s Junior High football team has unblemished season

By Hayden Sampson, Junior High football is an amazing experience for all of the athletes on the team. Many of the great high school players came from here. The season so far this year has gone [...]

Knights varsity undefeated in Div. V, eyeing playoffs

By Emma Moriarty As fall progresses and the days get colder, the Tempe Prep football team’s plays get hotter and hotter. At all of the recent football games, cheering fans have filled the stands and encouraged [...]

Sister Cities exchanges spark lifelong friendships

By Chris Moffitt, Imagine stepping off a plane in a foreign country to live with a family you’ve never seen before. This summer, Tempe Prep had five rising Seniors do exactly that through the Tempe Sister [...]

Art Club not only a classroom activity

On Sept. 18, Art Club Adviser Mr. Savaglio took a small group of Art Club students to Pita Jungle in Tempe where he hangs artwork in as part of his second job as an Art Curator. [...]

New website helps with college search

From the Juniors’ preparation for the SAT and ACT to the Seniors’ college applications and senior thesis, this time of year can be very difficult for students and parents to take the time to evaluate colleges [...]

Students organizing two new clubs at Tempe Prep

Environmental Club   The Earth is a beautiful and perfect environment to sustain life. Unfortunately many people in our society don’t see the importance of respecting the Earth’s environment. Marisa Bennett and Nizhoni Saenz of 11A [...]

TPA Students dazzle audiences at the Valley Youth Theater

By Clara Moffitt At TPA, many talents lurk in people you least expect. Although there are several talents at our phenomenal school, we’d like to take some time to single out a few students who have [...]

Preston Smith recounts tour with the Phoenix Boy’s Choir

By Rachel Dinh Imagine that you’ve been invited to tour all of Spain for three weeks. No that’s not all; you’ll also be traveling as a renowned member of the Phoenix Boys Choir. Preston Smith, eighth [...]

National Honor Society aims to exemplify service

By Rachel Neglia People typically take honor societies for granted. For every academic subject, philanthropic goal, and even racial category imaginable, there seem to be a plethora of national organizations that exist to honor exemplary individuals [...]