Families who wish to reenroll their students in Prince Avenue Christian School for the 2012-13 academic year may now go online through Renweb's Parents Web to begin the process. For detailed information about the steps that need to be completed to assure students' place in classes for next year, download the Reenrollment packet below.
Prince Avenue Christian School elementary students will perform the original musical Grammar Jammar, by Bryan Shaw tonight at 7:00 pm in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center. Student in the elemantary Drama Club will take the lead roles, with special songs performed by each of the elementary classes. The performance is free and open to the public.
Prince Avenue Christian School students have the opportunity to prepare and fill shoebox gifts which will be distributed to children in need throughout the world through the Operation Christmas Child program.
Information brochures were distributed to all lower school students. Middle and high school students may pick up a copy in the front office, or visit www.samaritanspurse.org for more information.
Students should bring packed shoeboxes to the Wolverine Den when they arrive at school in the mornings during the week of November 14-18.
We are so excited for our Wolverine Football Team as they advance to the semifinals of the GHSA Class A playoffs! We will play Savannah Christian Preparatory School on Friday, December 2, at Garden City Stadium near Savannah. Kickoff will be at 7:30 pm.
Annabeth Pruett’s track injury was relatively minor, but her visit to Athens Orthopedic Clinic gave the Prince Avenue Christian School junior a major idea for helping others who faced injury and needed help.
Annabeth quickly recognized a need for a storehouse of well-maintained, durable medical equipment which could be distributed to people who needed such things as crutches, knee braces, walking boots, walkers, and other medical supplies which, even with insurance coverage, could be expensive if purchased new.
The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department will presents he second show of The Odd Couple by Neil Simon tonight, Saturday, November 19 at 7:00 pm, in the Children's Theatre of Prince Avenue Baptist Church.
The female version of the classic hit made popular in the 1970s, will star Prince students juniors Kristin Witcher as Olive , Titus Campbell as Manolo, Marian Douglas as Sylvie, sophomores Elli Heath as Florence, Nicole Addington as Mickey, and freshmen Rachel Adams as Renee, Erica Wise as Vera, and Josh Whalen as Jesus.
Congratulations to the undefeated Region 8A Champion Wolverines. Prince Avenue Christian School secured the top spot in the region with a 29-14 victory over Athens Christian School on a cold rainy night at Brad Akins Field. The last regular season game will be played at Riverside Military Academy on Friday, November 4. The Wolverines will host the first round of the state playoffs against the fourth place team in Region 7A.
Five Prince Avenue Christian School fifth grade students will join 450 other children from across the state for a day and half of intense rehearsal followed by a mass choir performance Saturday the 29th at 1:30. The rehearsals and performance will be held at Jonesboro First Baptist Church October 28-29. The Prince Avenue students participating in the honors chorus are Caitie Sue Medford, Allye Richt, Eliza Taylor, Gracie Ricketts, and Drew Wright.
Fourteen Prince Avenue Christian School Upper School students have been nominated to participate in the Georgia Music Educators Association District Honors Chorus on Friday through Saturday, October 28-29 at the Classic Center in Athens.
The students will rehearse several times with other students from all over north Georgia, and then perform in a free public concert on Saturday. The Middle School Honor Chorus will perform at 2:00 pm, with the high school performance set for 4:00 pm.