Five Prince Avenue seniors signed this week to play their respective sports at the college level.
Hope Hewatt signed to play golf at Truett McConnell College. Prince Avenue Coach Elizabeth Barry says the Prince program will miss Hope’s talent and leadership on the team. “Hope is a hard-working young athlete with such a positive
On Monday, November 12th, the Prince Avenue Christian School student body gathered for a special Veterans Day Ceremony. The school extended an invitation to local veterans to attend the ceremony and to be honored on their special day. Many of the veterans in attendance were family members of students.
Because this was the first time the school had
Written by: Amy Frierson
As I stepped into the room, I could hear animated discussion sprinkled with laughter. “Do you really think so? My impression was completely different.” And from a different student, “If you look on down in the text, you can see where that is the point he was trying to
The Prince Avenue Christian School Softball Lady Wolverines advanced to the Private A Elite 8 State Tournament last week in Columbus. Although the team was expecting to compete well, they defied many odds, making it all the way to the championship game.
In their first game of the tournament, the Lady Wolverines defeated Tattnall Square 2-1. Taylor Bond
On Tuesday, November 6th, PACS is integrating our two major software systems (FACTS and RenWeb ParentsWeb) to better serve our school community. While this change will have many positive effects school-wide, there are a few items that will impact our families in the near future:
ParentsWeb will be temporarily unavailable for several hours in the morning on November 6th.
The cast and crew of the Prince Fine Arts Department production of Oklahoma! had an excellent showing in the Region One Act Competition over the weekend winning 3rd place. This is the second time in school history the department has placed in the top three at this competition.
Juniors Jack Johnston and Emilie David won All-Star Cast
The Prince Avenue Christian School Varsity Girls Cross Country team made school history this week when they qualified in regional competition to compete in the State Cross Country Meet to be held Friday, November 2nd in Carrollton, Georgia.
Five Prince runners placed in the top 40 with four of those in the top 25. Sophomores Olivia Shiver and Elizabeth Coleman
Prince Avenue third grade teacher Mrs. Helen Zeagler recently received the Above and Beyond Award for the first quarter of school. The Above and Beyond Award recognizes teachers and staff members through a nomination and evaluation process conducted by members of the school’s Administrative Leadership Team. This individual is selected based on
The Prince Avenue Christian School Interact Club has launched this year's "The Big Thank You” Campaign in which students in all grade levels have the opportunity to write letters to US soldiers stationed overseas during the holidays.
PACS students are encouraged to participate in this effort by writing heartfelt handwritten letters to troops who will be away from
Prince seniors Mack Simmons and Delaney Cook were selected by their high school peers as Mr. and Miss PACS 2018.
Mack is the son of Marcus and Carol Simmons and has attended PACS for 14 years. His favorite academic subject is Math. Mack attends Athens Church. His favorite Bible verse is Joshua 1:9 “Have I not commanded you? Be