April, 2016

Economical front office renovation makes for more efficient traffic flow

By Lindsay Newfeld Tempe Prep is currently undergoing a time of many changes, but a number of these changes are decided behind the scenes by the Board of Directors and are not always immediately visible to [...]

Congressional Award Club encourages students to set and achieve ambitious goals

By Jasmyn Genchev These days many of us are looking for a way to “stand out” in the eyes of colleges. The Congressional Awards Club is a great opportunity to do so, without the hassle that [...]

Hope Crew finishes two fundraising projects intended to ease hardships

By Rachel Neglia De Equitibus last spotlighted Tempe Prep’s Hope Crew in the club’s formative stages. Since the beginning of the semester, the club has grown in support among the student body. Hope Crew – according [...]

Small softball team savors success

By Carter Sampson Nobody expected our softball team to be successful. Well, nobody even expected Tempe Prep to field a softball team. But thanks to unexpected people stepping up, TPA softball is not only surviving, but [...]

Mr. Thurston’s Trip

By Rachel Dinh You survey your surroundings and notice streets densely packed with honking cars, huge buildings stacked side by side, historical monuments on any corner, the occasional squirrel scurrying around, and life booming on every city [...]

Individual Skills and Teamwork Lead to the Jr.High Boys’ Success

By Hayden Sampson Although basketball is a team sport, it’s made up of individuals. It’s made up of individuals that win, ones that lose, ones that show leadership, and ones that don’t. Tempe Prep Junior High [...]

Jr.High Basketball Fights through Adversity

By Hayden Sampson Mark Twain once said,” It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.” This is true for Tempe Prep’s Junior High Girls basketball [...]

Junior High Odyssey Wins Big!!

By Clara Moffitt Odyssey of the Mind (OM) is a program that allows youth from elementary school to high school to get together in teams and compete in solving problems. There are “long term” problems that [...]

‘My Fair Lady’ opening soon

By Cole Klassen Lights! Camera! Action! Soon, the Zelman Center will be filled with singing, as the musical kicks off into high gear. This year, the musical is My Fair Lady, which opened on Broadway in [...]

Junior Classical League

Harish Ilango “I came, I saw, I taught.” This is what co-founder Carter Sampson said about the new Junior Classical League (JCL) introduced at TPA. A slight twist to the Caesar quote, Mr. Sampson decided to [...]