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UPDATED: Thu., June 6, 2019

G-Prep’s Taylor Kelly stepped out of his comfort zone and grew into leadership through service

Retreats at Gonzaga Preparatory School are important milestones in the student experience. They’ve been important to Taylor Kelly for another reason: He helps plan them.

UPDATED: Wed., Dec. 19, 2018

Gonzaga Prep points out error in Jesuit list of accused priests

The president of Gonzaga Prep says a widely circulated list of priests accused of sexual abuse contains at least one inaccuracy about a priest who worked at the Catholic school …

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 25, 2017

Religion notebook: Watoto Children’s Choir returning to area for two concerts

The Watoto Children’s Choir this weekend will perform in two locations in the Spokane area.

Gonzaga Prep senior continues to share love of her Irish heritage

Bailey Plumlee, a senior at Gonzaga Preparatory School, has hobbies including painting and drawing, but one she has shown much dedication to: Irish Step Dancing.

Gonzaga Prep senior a light in many communities

The first thing immediately noticeable about Mason Plese is the sincerity in his smile. When he looked around at the strangers surrounding him in Starbucks, they all returned it, glowing …

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Lee is leaving Prep with goal of service

Gonzaga Preparatory School senior Keum Lee remembers well the moment when he decided to live a life of service. “Coming into Prep, everyone hears a lot about faith and service. …

G-Prep wrestlers build, raffle off cedar canoe

Gonzaga Prep wrestlers are pinning their annual fundraising goals on a 17-foot, cedar-strip canoe they built with their own hands. “We started during summer and we’re just doing the hand-caned …

Outdoor Writing Contest finalist: Pecking Order

My family has a knack for acquiring unexpected pets. The parakeets were the first. We were just babysitting the two birds for a couple days, but the owner did not …

Father Cataldo statue dedicated

The Rev. Joseph Cataldo was born in 1837 in Sicily, where he went through his religious education, probably never imagining that he would be sent off to the Inland Northwest …

Gonzaga Prep unveils statue portraying founders of Jesuit order

It was still sunny last Tuesday evening, when faculty, students, parents and friends of Gonzaga Preparatory School gathered at the center of campus for the blessing of a new bronze …

Cancer a setback, but rebound strong

When the going gets tough, real friends stick around. That’s one way to summarize how Keith Tatham, 18, has survived and excelled during his last year of high school. In …