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 [...]

Students tackle vital state issues at League of Cities meeting

By Maya Kostov The League of Cities and Towns is a national organization dedicated to discussing important laws and current events. This program has been around for over 90 years with over 1900 cities in this [...]

University summer programs abound for TPA students

By A’ser Mostafa While most of us were trying to find something to do during the summer, three Tempe Prep students had it all planned out. These students attended summer programs at two prestigious universities.  Two [...]

Here’s a program that can help you hone your leadership skills

By Maya Kostov Ever thought about how to be a good leader and develop leadership skills? Well, Peter Surin, Abbi Harb, Charlotte McIntosh, and Alex Wait, all sophomores, were all selected by Mrs. Moffitt to have [...]

Some colleges will pay you to visit their campus

By Rachel Dinh Every year, the fall season brings wonderful things: cool weather, colorful leaves, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course, college fly-in programs! These programs are meant to give outstanding students the opportunity to see [...]

Sixth graders master Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

By Rebekah Stein When you think Shakespeare you usually don’t think 6th grade kids.  But TPA’s 6th graders are taking on Shakespeare in the entertaining production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.  Two of the 6th grade [...]

Speech and Debate teams strive to dominate once again

By Theresa O’Connor Arizona state champions 8 YEARS in a row?! Yep, that’s right. The speech and debate won eight straight state titles starting in 2003. While the school year is starting up, so is Speech [...]

911 remembered as tragedy that changed America forever

By Elizabeth Hollman No one could have predicted that Tuesday that in a few short hours, the clear blue New York skyline would be covered in smoke. No one could have predicted that 16 years later, [...]

Don’t underestimate importance of preparing for PSAT

By Clara Moffitt The PSAT. That dreaded test you hear Mrs. Moffitt ceaselessly talk about. The test your parents hassle you over, the test you started taking in 9th grade when you thought you had escaped [...]

New clubs expand experiences outside classroom

By Ashlynne Myrick Classics Club: Who wants to study some myths and history while playing fun quizzes on Fridays during high school lunch in room 404? Both Dr. Riesbeck and Mr. Hansen started the new Latin [...]