On Saturday, March 25th, the Prince Avenue Christian School Varsity Academic Team placed 2nd in the Georgia Academic Team Association State Tournament at Flowery Branch High School.
This victory marks the end of the season which began in September. This year's team members are Emily Weaver, Marlan Adams, Chase Deatrick, Danny Lee, Matthew Butt, and Robert West. The
Prince Avenue Christian School has announced the schedule for Summer at Prince 2017. Both the Athletic and Fine Arts Departments will host a variety of opportunities for students from Prince and the surrounding area to participate in action packed and fun-filled camps directed by Prince Avenue coaches and teachers.
For more detailed descriptions, please visit the SUMMER AT PRINCE PAGE
Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) Co-Chairs Ashley Harper and Gigi Lastinger spent the day on Thursday meeting with members of the school’s administrative leadership team and select faculty and staff to coordinate efforts on behalf of parents within the areas of Discipleship, Academics, Fine Arts, and Athletics.
The meetings served as a time to get acquainted and plan for
Thursday, March 23
The Prince Avenue Christian School Varsity Girls Tennis Team played against Athens Academy at Oconee Veterans Park. Overall, we lost the match 1-4. Detailed match results are as follows.
#1 Singles: Taylor Titshaw vs. Emmaline Smith
The Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts Department will present The Phantom of the Opera on Thursday, March 23rd at 7 pm, Friday, March 24th at 7 pm, and Saturday, March 25th at 2 pm and 7 pm. All performances will be in the Seney Stovall Chapel. Friday night is SOLD OUT. Tickets are still available
Gabe Norris, Co-Founder of Connect Ministries and Director of WinShape Camps for Communities, was the Prince Avenue Christian School Distinguished Speaker for Spring Semester. Mr. Norris gave a dynamic and relevant presentation to middle and high school students on the topic of fear and not allowing fear to create a wall between oneself and God.
Mr. Norris based
PACS junior, Rebecca Hathaway, tied for 2nd place at the State Literary Meet on Saturday. Rebecca wrote a monologue based on the Junie B. Jones books and competed in the Humorous Dramatic Interpretation category.
Tuesday, March 21
Girls: The Prince Girls golf team is composed of three sophomores—Delaney Cook, Hope Hewatt, and Molly Howard. The girls have played four matches and are steadily improving. Expectations are high following last year’s Second Place finish at the Area Tournament.
Boys: The Prince Boys Golf Team is on a record-setting pace this season. In
The Cross Country Program for Prince Avenue Christian School is beginning the planning process for Fall 2017.
Coach Michael Palmer encourages boys and girls in 5th – 12th grades to participate in the growing program. “We are working very hard to build a tradition of excellence in both middle and high school. Cross Country is a great
The Prince Avenue Christian School Advanced Band recently performed at the Georgia Music Educators Association District Performance Evaluation. Band Director Miles Adams explains, “The District Performance Evaluation is the ‘standardized test’ for band programs in our state. It is comparable to the SAT for academics or the region tournament for athletics.”
The PACS Advanced