Our Future is Unfolding...All Prince Avenue Christian School families are invited to the Vision of Excellence, Tuesday, Ocotober 30, 2012 where our fine arts students will perform, andHead of School Danny Howell will unveil the future design for the campus. The event will begin at 6:30 pm in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center.
Congratulations to the 2012 Homecoming Court: Seniors Kadijah Arnold, Collyn Cown, Madeline Meeks, Chappel Talley, Ward Evans, David Richt, and Devan Schwartz; Juniors Anna Cail and Christian Payne; Sophomores Sarah Farriba and Sutton Norris; Freshmen Mary Martin Harper and Duncan Taylor.
Prince Avenue Christian School students are ready to show their school spirit September 17-21, with a full week of activities scheduled to celebrate Homecoming 2021! This year’s theme is “Wolverines...We are Family!”
A Valentine Art Camp will be held for kindergarten through fifth grade students Monday and Tuesday, February 3-4 from 3:00 - 4:30 pm at Prince Avenue Christian School. The camp will be taught by elementary art teacher Hannah Morrill.
Students will have the chance to create some specail valentine-themed art. Cost is $22 per student.
Prince Avenue Christian's lower school students will host grandparents and special friends on campus on Tuesday, November 26. The day will begin with an assembly at 9:00 am in the Prince Avenue Baptist Worship Center. Following the assembly, guests will visit classrooms, meet teachers, and enjoy the Prince Pride Party in the Wolverine Cafeteria.
The school Book Fair will be open in the Media Center, and the Wolverine Outfitters spirit store will be open from 9:00 - 11:00 am.
The Region 8A Prince Avenue Christian School Wolverines will play at Calvary Day School in Savannah in the second round of the GHSA Class A-Private State Football Championship Playoffs, following their 51-0 victory over the Brookstone Cougars. The game will begin at 7:30 pm. Admission is $12 per person.
The game will be broadcast on WMSL, FM 88.9.
The winner of the second round game will play the winner of the Eagles Landing Christian vs Darlington School game the following Friday.
Have you ever wondered what it was like for the heavenly host when Jesus was born?
Prince Avenue Christian School’s own host of fourth- and fifth-grade angels are banding together to shed light on a possible answer to this question in Celeste Clydesdale’s Angel Alert! on November 25 in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center. The 7:00 pm performance is free and open to the public.