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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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Caitlyn Richey

Caitlyn Richey, Graphic Designer

Caitlyn Richey is currently a senior at PHS. She is excited to continue to develop her graphic design, photography, and writing skills as she works with ENO for a second year. Caitlyn has been dancing since she was three years old and focuses mainly on ballet among a few other styles. She hopes to continue to study dance with a focus in exercise science and kinesiology at Brigham Young University. Caitlyn has been a member of the Millennial Choirs and Orchestras for seven years - a Billboard chart-topping choir and orchestra with locals across the country, and she is also a member of Prosper High School's varsity choir. In her free time, she enjoys photography, playing piano puzzles, working out, spending time with family and friends, and anything Disney.


Adobe Photoshop Certified Associate

Adobe Illustrator Certified Associate


Best of SNO: Column: Senior reflects on life without influence of social media

Award of Journalistic Excellence


Prosper High School Class of 2022 - Top 10%

National Society of Collegiate Scholars Member

National Society of High School Scholars Nominee

National Society of Leadership & Success Nominee

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Nominee

National English Honor Society Prosper High School Chapter (2021-present)

National Honor Society Prosper High School chapter member (2019-present)

Mu Alpha Theta Prosper High School Chapter Member (2020-present)

Rho Kappa Prosper High School Chapter Member (2020-present)

American Sign Language Honor Society (2018-present)

PHS American Sign Language Club (2018-present)

PHS Diverse & Inclusive Society

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Paddle in hand, math teacher Thomas Gomez reaches for a high-five after a ping pong match against Christopher Max Miller. Gomez, who began playing ping pong at an early age, founded the Prosper High School Ping Pong Club in 2015. The club provides many students with the opportunity to make new friends, develop their skills in the sport and have an after school activity to look forward to each week.

Math and Motion

Caitlyn Richey, Graphic Designer
February 2, 2022
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