November, 2017

Nature’s Sting

By Cara Cordova Take a moment to stop and look, take a moment , admire each nook. Think and listen to beautiful nature, think and look at a beautiful glacier. Look at the spring, so pretty [...]


By Jasmyn Genchev Sometimes silence is difficult to understand. It comes, and it goes, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worst. Sometimes it secures you from feeling like you’re small Sometimes it locks you down, [...]

Endless mileage pays off for cross country qualifiers

By A’ser Mostafa When the High School Cross Country season comes to a close, it is time to see how that hard work pays off. This year’s Tempe Prep team was fortunate to see three runners [...]

Lady knights defy expectations, finish 3rd in state

By Katherine Camberg Great memories live on from the fall sports season. Our Lady Knights volleyball team entered into the state tournament ranked 30th. They finished the tournament as underdogs, making it to the semi-finals and [...]

Tempe Prep swim teams finish ‘amazing’ season

By Nolan Bailey Let me start off by saying great job to our TPA swimmers. “We had an amazing season” says Head Coach Jenn Stephens, and they certainly did. The junior high girls team finished first [...]

Middle school Knights capture state championship

Hayden Sampson Tempe Prep football has always been looking for a championship, and under the leadership of head coach Chris Kartchner, that dream has become a reality. On Nov. 4, our middle school Knights took it [...]

Strong football season comes to a close for Knights

By Lillian Moffatt As disappointing as it is, high school football is officially over, but it ended strong. The team beat Parker High School to advance to their first playoff game against Gilbert Christian. The game [...]

Izzy Werner excels in male-dominated martial art

By Emma Moriarty   To stay healthy, some people run. Others might do volleyball or golf or maybe even fight people. Although the last type is very rare, one of your peers does this for sport [...]

Tempe Prep College Day helps students set course for future

By Clara Moffitt College Day at TPA, held on Oct. 22, was an opportunity for any high school student to become acquainted with a variety of colleges and universities, and the application process. Senior Rachel Dinh [...]

Alum Kayla Phillips can’t get enough of Japanese culture

By Theresa O’Connor Have you ever wanted to study in a foreign country? Kayla Phillips, an alumna from the Class of 2014, has dreamed of studying in Japan all her life, and in college her dream [...]