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Students Plan Summer Getaways

Natalie Nowak, Staff Writer

June 3, 2019

“It’ll be sick, bro!” -Mark McClean

Au Revoir Madame

Au Revoir Madame

Sophie Jurion, Staff Writer

June 3, 2019

After 15 years at Prep, Madame Davis is retiring from teaching French class. She will be missed by her co-workers, students, and the entire Prep community! Most importantly, her legacy as a fun and a dynamic teacher will live on! Madame says her final ‘au revoir’ to the Prep family: “Teaching...

Prep Students Serve Communities In-Need During Break Trips

Prep Students Serve Communities In-Need During Break Trips

Tia Flores, Staff Writer

June 3, 2019

“Building houses felt so good because I knew that I was changing someone’s life.”  

Finding the Magis in the ASC Program

Finding the Magis in the ASC Program

Grace Weiand, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

When asked if she would have ever anticipated herself coming back to Prep after graduation, Ms. Cacabelos said, “Whether I wanted to admit it or not, I knew that I would eventually come back to Prep… and I’m not even mad about it.” In her year of service at Prep, Ms. C has been involved in a...

Soak in a Good Book with Prep’s New Summer Reading Program

Audrey Frigon, Managing Editor

May 21, 2019

Seattle Prep summer reading is about to go through some major changes leading into summer 2019. The long-rumored shift is finally reality for Prep students. The Library, namely Ms. Borgen and Mrs. Lovejoy have been working with the English Department Chair-Ms. Slevin, Assistant Principal for Academics-Ms....

Peace Studies and Justice Highlight New Senior Seminars

May 21, 2019

The Senior curriculum is receiving a major revamp this year through the creation of two new seminars—"Peace Studies” and “…And Justice for All”. The two seminars will be replacing two current options, Forgiveness and Reconciliation and Economy, Ecology, and Ethics. In order to understand the...

Building from the Ground Up

Building from the Ground Up

Kellen Carr, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019

This story beings on the Day of Service at Seattle Prep. Instead of the usual handful of people that stay at school for Day of Service, there was well... about two handfuls of people staying on campus. “Ok ladies and gentlemen we are gonna be moving some trophies from the gym lobby today” were the...

New teachers reflect on first year

Paige Stanley, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

These staff members view their first year in a variety of ways. Some of the words used were “awesome,” “great,” “refreshing,” “amazing,” and “exceeding expectations.”

Dr. Beyer Takes Final Bow at Prep

Dr. Beyer Takes Final Bow at Prep

Cece Brown and Paige Stanley

April 30, 2019

The Prep community is grateful for the growth of the music program as well as the one of a kind energy that Dr. Beyer brings to the choir and presence at Prep.

“One Acts” Revamped for 30th Anniversary

Abby Malzewski, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

Previously known as The Festival of One Acts, the annual Student Theater Festival has returned to the Seattle Prep stage this spring for the 30th year. Set to hit the stage the week of May 13th, theater students are hard at work to be show-ready after six weeks of rehearsals. This year, seven different...

Jazz Band: More Than Just a Band

Jazz Band: More Than Just a Band

Clara Malone, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

“The atmosphere makes you want to join and play," Kevin La '21

Art Can Be Found Anywhere, Even on the Soles of Someone’s Shoes

Art Can Be Found Anywhere, Even on the Soles of Someone’s Shoes

Caroline Casey, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

“I loved designing the shoes because I felt that I had full creative control and could express myself through that art. There was no specific process that we followed when we were designing the shoes, we kind of just drew and painted things as inspiration struck!”

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