The Prince Avenue National Art Honor Society's 7th Annual Empty Bowls silent auction was held Friday, January 18th. PACS high school NAHS members, along with faculty members, created 33 beautiful handmade pottery bowls and filled the bowls with goods. A variety of themes were presented such as coffee, edible goodies, handmade jewelry, and small potted plants.
Two Prince Avenue Christian School students were recently honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Apalachee Chapter Awards Luncheon.
Eighth-grade student Grace Townley was selected as the winner of the DAR American History Essay Contest. Grace responded to the prompt “The Women's Suffrage Campaign” and was honored as the PACS school winner and the
Re-enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year is now open!
Please plan to re-enroll early to help us prepare for the upcoming school year. Re-enrollment fees increase after February 28th.
Please review the attachments and follow the instructions to complete the online re-enrollment process for your student(s).
If you have any questions, please contact Admissions Director, Victoria Carter,
The Prince Avenue Christian School Middle School Fine Arts Department will present the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr. on Thursday, January 31st and Friday, February 1st at 7:00 pm in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Children’s Theatre.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is the story of an eccentric inventor named Caractacus Potts who, with the
Senior Abby Frost was named the first semester Prince Avenue Christian School's Rotary Student of the Semester selected by teachers for her demonstration of the Rotary Club motto of "Service Above Self."
Abby is the daughter of Jerry and Justin Frost and has attended Prince Avenue for five years. She chose high school math teacher Katie Gilbert
Four Prince Avenue Middle School Band students recently qualified for the 2019 Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) Middle School District Honor Band. Sixth-grader Jennifer Dunn, seventh- graders Brock McDonald and Andrew Gilmore, and 8th grader Zach Hester competed against over 1200 middle school band students from throughout northeast Georgia to earn membership in this prestigious ensemble. They
Prince Avenue Christian School lower and middle school students recently supported Kids First Ministries through the Holiday Hoodies project.
Twenty-five Prince families donated new hoodies for 48 girls and 54 boys that will be presented to local children in need when Kids First Ministries has their yearly Christmas party on Friday, December 21st.
Kids First Ministries was begun in 2003 by former Prince
The Prince Avenue Christian School Academic Team recently competed in WSB's High Q Competition. The team, consisting of juniors Hunter Melton and Jaden Drudge and seniors Daniel Harper and Danny Lee, defeated Killian Hill Christian School 550 - 495 and will advance to the next round of the tournament in February to face off against the winner in
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